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DevOps in Walmart

  • Yesterday · 6:00 PM

While we spend a lot of time to perform analytics, we spend even more time to prepare the data and data infrastructure, maintaining the health of the cluster and data pipeline. DevOp is one important part of this operation. We are very pleased to invite WalMart to share their experience in DevOp. 

Walmart is not only an industry leader in global e-commerce and brick-and-bortal retail, but also a leader in the user of Hardoop-based technologies to implement the new data-driven approach to business. It is a typical example of big data meets big retail in an impressive way. However, in my talk, I will mainly talk out DevOps in Walmart, how we used OneOps to deploy our applications into the cloud.

OneOps is a cloud management and application lifecycle management platform. OneOps can deploys apps to any cloud with an OpenStack endpoint. Couchbase has integrated its NoSQL technology into the OneOps platform. OneOps also supports Node.js, ElsticSearch and enable any organization to achieve the same cloud portability and developer benefits.

The topic will mainly cover the OneOps basics, operations and challenges in the real production environments

Sparker Bio:

Qingsong Zhang:

April, 2016 - now: Sr. Manager, DevOps
April, 2014 - April 2016: Sr. Staff, DevOps, GE Digital
June, 2005 - April 2014: Software Development Manager, Affymetrix
Oct, 1993 - June, 2005: Sr. IT Architect, Hewlett Packard / Agilent

6 pm -- door opens
6 pm -- 6:30 pm networking + light dinner.
6:30 pm -- 7:30 pm main talk
7:30 pm -- 8 pm closing
8:30 pm -- office closed.

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