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Continuous Delivery: The Atlassian Way

At the recent DEVNEXUS conference in Atlanta, Sonatype’s Mark Miller (@TSWAlliance) caught up with Ian Buchanan (@devpartisan) for our 2016 DevOps Leadership Series. Ian discussed his experiences at Atlassian, including continuous delivery, ChatOps, and use of tools like Bamboo, Nexus, Puppet, and Datadog.

Faster, Smarter DevOps

Call it DevOps or not, if you are concerned about releasing more code faster and at a higher quality, the resulting software delivery chain and process will look and smell like DevOps. But for existing development teams, no matter what the velocity objective is, getting from here to there is not something that can be done without a plan.

Rugged DevOps: Less Capture the Flag, More Teamwork

At the recent DEVNEXUS conference in Atlanta, I caught up with Chris Corriere -- DevOps Engineer at AutoTrader -- to talk about his experiences in the realm of Rugged DevOps. We discussed automation, culture and collaboration, and which thought leaders he is following. Chris also shared insights on the upcoming DevOps Days Atlanta conference where he serves on the organizing committee.

Manufacturing Without a Warehouse = Development Without an Artifact Repository

Can you imagine a large manufacturer like Toyota, Samsung or General Electric managing all their parts without one or numerous warehouses? Probably not, because it's simply inefficient or even impossible to manage.

Continuous Delivery: How to Transform Application Release

This past November at CA World 2015, we participated in a panel discussion on transforming application development and release with Continuous Delivery and DevOps practices.  The panel included:

Sonatype Closes $30 Million Financing

At Sonatype, we know that two things are true:

  1. Security, quality, and speed are critical to modern software (business) success, and
  2. The world’s best software starts with the world’s best components.

Legos, Death Stars, and Millennium Falcons, Oh My

Summary: Sonatype now offers a new revolutionary way to instantly give your teams access to vulnerability, license, and quality related data for the components they are consuming.