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Tuesday, October 24 • 23:15 - Wednesday, October 25 •00:00
Disposable Development Environments

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Vagrant, then Docker, changed the way we can develop applications.  Django  `runserver`? ... nope ... evil. Nginx reverse proxy to  UWSGI or Gunicorn? ... now you\'re talking.

Developers must have the ability to work with the production configuration if they are going to be responsible for the production operation. As a DevOps practitioner, we have learned that the more things we can put in to source control, the more wins everyone in the software value chain experiences. 

Vagrant and Docker are tools that separate the run time of the software from the software itself. They make infrastructure and configuration as code easy to do. Once infrastructure and configuration are code they become collaboration points the same way a code base is. Testing, experimenting and sharing are greatly eased leading to gains in critical non-functional requirements like security, stability and performance. 

This presentation will motivate the use of tools such as Vagrant and Docker for better developer participation in operations.

You know ... DevOps!

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Boyd Hemphill

CTO, VictoryCTO
Boyd Hemphill is the CTO at VictoryCTO where he helps customers win in their respective markets by realizing the potential of their technology. | | Boyd is a DevOps raconteur and thought leader in the silicon hills of Austin Texas. Boyd founded Austin DevOps and plays a role... Read More →

Tuesday October 24, 2017 23:15 - Wednesday October 25, 2017 00:00
Modern Infrastructure: USA/Central