Building and maintaining complex distributed systems
June 19–20, 2017: Training
June 20–22, 2017: Tutorials & Conference
San Jose, CA

Continuous delivery made easy: Removing barriers in the modern software factory (sponsored by CA Technologies)

Stephen Feloney (CA Technologies)
11:25am–12:05pm Wednesday, June 21, 2017
Location: LL20 C
Level: Intermediate
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The ability to continuously develop and deliver high-quality software is a goal for nearly every organization—or it should be. Continuous delivery accelerates the pace at which you can deliver high-quality code, at lower cost. While the pursuit of continuous delivery is a noble goal, many organizations struggle to achieve it, for a variety of reasons. For instance, tools can be costly or difficult to acquire and implement or are only available to select groups.

Stephen Feloney shares new technologies, solutions, and best practices that make it easier for organizations to attain continuous delivery and leads a live demonstration showing end-to-end orchestration throughout the continuous delivery toolchain.

This session is sponsored by CA Technologies.

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Stephen Feloney

CA Technologies

Stephen Feloney is vice president of products for the Continuous Delivery business unit at CA Technologies, where he is responsible for the company’s service virtualization, application test, release automation, and test data management solutions. Previously, Stephen held product management roles with a focus on enterprise software at companies spanning from HP to startups. His most recent position was senior director of products at Dynatrace, where he worked on analytics and application monitoring. Stephen also spent 12+ years a software engineer. He holds a BS in computer engineering from Santa Clara University.