The CI/CD Pipeline: Correcting Misconceptions and Avoiding Missteps

Date: Tuesday, February 8 at 11am PT / 2pm ET

CI/CD—continuous integration and delivery/deployment—is a DevOps best practice that helps bring development and operations teams together around the building, testing, and deployment of code changes. The CI/CD pipeline introduces monitoring and automation into the process to create a conduit for delivering code changes frequently and reliably.

In this live Tech Talk, veteran technology journalist John K. Waters talks with Stephen Walters, solution architect at xMatters, a subsidiary of critical event management company Everbridge, about the CI/CD pipeline. You'll learn:

  • The many moving parts of a CI/CD Pipeline
  • Attributes of a good CI/CD Pipeline
  • How to quantify the efficiency of your CI/CD Pipeline
  • How to improve the efficiency of your CI/CD Pipeline
  • How to maintain your CI/CD Pipeline

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About the presenters:

Stephen Walters: Field CTO for CEM Digital

Stephen works as Field CTO for CEM Digital, providing a Service Reliability Platform for integrating and orchestrating better, faster Incident & Defect Management for Critical Event Management in enterprise scale corporations. He has extensive expertise with Business and IT Strategy alignment, design and implementation of Software Development Lifecycle Frameworks, including CMMI, ITIL, TOGAF, SCRUM, SAFe & DevOps.

John K. Waters: Editor in Chief,

John K. Waters is the editor in chief of a number of sites, with a focus on high-end development, AI and future tech. He's been writing about cutting-edge technologies and culture of Silicon Valley for more than two decades, and he's written more than a dozen books. He also co-scripted the documentary filmSilicon Valley: A 100 Year Renaissance, which aired on PBS. He can be reached [email protected]

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