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Java and Continuous Delivery: Releasing Twice a Week with 99.9% Uptime


Software is pervasive! It helps us stay productive and competitive. But as our users’ needs evolve, they expect software updates without any loss in service or reliability. 

Watch how you can make releases frequent and trivial, without disrupting users or altering processes. I will show you how we at ZeroTurnaround, use LiveRebel and Jenkins to release 32 apps on 17 servers, twice a week with no prep or maintenance windows, while still achieving 99.99% up-time and no release failures.


Dr Jevgeni Kabanov is the founder and CEO of ZeroTurnaround, a development tools company that focuses on productivity. He wrote the first version of the ZeroTurnaround flagship product, JRebel, a class-reloading JVM plugin. Jevgeni has been speaking at international conferences since 2005, including Devoxx, JavaZone, JAOO, QCon, TSSJS, JFokus and JavaOne, where he was named Rock Star in 2011 and 2012. Jevgeni also started the first Java conference in Estonia, Geekout. He has done research in programming languages, types and virtual machines, publishing several papers on topics ranging from category theoretical notions to typesafe Java DSLs.

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  • A former member
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    February 12, 2014

  • James D.

    Great presentation, well thought out. Jevgeni was sometimes a little hard to understand (a combination of mumbling and his accent). And the presentation was still a bit product centered. But Jevgeni did take effort to present stuff outside of the product pitch so I'm only docking him one star total :)

    February 12, 2014

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