Engineering the Future of Software
November 13–14, 2016: Training
November 14–16, 2016: Tutorials & Conference
San Francisco, CA

Clouds ahead: Work with @WalmartLabs's hybrid, multicloud environment

Faraz Mohammed (Nisum), Jason Vanzyl (Walmart Labs)
1:15pm–2:05pm Wednesday, 11/16/2016
Integration architecture
Location: Tower Salon A Level: Beginner
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Prerequisite knowledge

  • Professional development experience
  • An understanding of DevOps principles

What you'll learn

  • Gain an overview of Walmart's internal open source platform, OneOps

Description

Faraz Mohammed discusses lessons learned working with @WalmartLabs’s internal open source software project OneOps—used by developers to both develop and launch new products faster and more easily maintain them throughout their entire life-cycle. OneOps enables developers to code their products in a hybrid, multicloud environment, allowing them to switch between different cloud providers in order to take advantage of better pricing, technology, or scalability without being locked into one cloud provider.

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Faraz Mohammed

Nisum

Faraz Mohammed is the director of advanced technology solutions (ATS) at Nisum, where he helps valued clients choose cutting-edge technologies and solutions. Drawing on his deep technical expertise in retail and CRM technologies, Faraz is responsible for implementing end-to-end ecommerce solutions in critical functional areas such as content and catalog management, payment integration and checkout, pricing and promotions, order/inventory management and returns, SEO, and fulfillment automation and leads cross-functional teams in delivering solutions on a cloud/EC2 platform using Agile practices such as continuous integration, TDD, BDD, and test automation.

Jason Vanzyl

Walmart Labs