Deployment within a traditional IT environment
Not all web applications are deployed to Linux or the cloud. Building and deploying for clients with traditional IT departments is challenging, and ensuring we can deploy with confidence within unusual infrastructures and IT constraints requires flexibility. Rob Allen explores these complexities and shares some solutions.
|Talk Title||Deployment within a traditional IT environment|
|Conf Tag||Build resilient systems at scale|
|Location||Amsterdam, The Netherlands|
|Date||November 7-9, 2016|
Building line-of-business web applications for clients with traditional IT departments brings its own set of challenges when it comes to DevOps. In particular, the IT department adds additional constraints that you may not see in more forward-thinking companies. Rob Allen explores these complexities and shares some solutions he and his team came up with in order to use modern development practices in nontraditional environments. You’ll learn how CI tools with appropriate scripting enable reliable delivery of a quality product on IBM i and Windows. Rob also covers the organizational and technical challenges encountered when IT departments are not used to developers having a say in the server environment and shows you why it’s worth spending time getting them on board.