DevOps For Small Teams

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Good user story, the solutions to the problems were there, but a little more structure about where each tool falls in the overall picture would have been helpful.

Rated 4

Anonymous at 13:38 on 14 Nov 2015

Good presentation, could have used more detail about how to implement.

Rated 3

Anonymous at 14:00 on 14 Nov 2015

Liked the topic and presentation, but it sometimes felt a little scattered, jumping from one set of resource links to another. I would have preferred a little more depth (as opposed to breadth) on things other than console windows (which was interesting).

Rated 4

Anonymous at 14:10 on 14 Nov 2015

Great talk also, I thought your story was great. I would have liked more info on ansible, why you liked it over other cm tool. Also any info on Travis, Jenkins etc. I know it was am intro talk, so that may be a bit off subject. Overall though a very polished well done talk.

Great intro to Dev Ops and the challenges that need to be addressed along with good practical tips.

Rated 5

Anonymous at 15:44 on 14 Nov 2015

Very good talk, would've preferred a bit more in-depth look at some of the discussed tools.

Enjoyed listening to this familiar story. Good lessons in here, felt like it digressed towards the end away from dev-ops, but gave a good overview of good practices.

I enjoyed the journey/history of Joe Ferguson's experience with devops. Then the final third or so of the presentation was packed with name dropping of some interesting tools that I now need to explore further. Very good over all.

Rated 4

Anonymous at 17:47 on 14 Nov 2015

Very helpful. Complete info to get me started in devops. Would love to have a full example.

Rated 5

Anonymous at 08:18 on 15 Nov 2015

A good presentation about the evolution and steps that were taken to solve your problems. I liked the resources shared and over view of the tools used.

Rated 4

Anonymous at 10:21 on 17 Nov 2015

Rated 4

Anonymous at 10:48 on 17 Nov 2015

Started as a DevOps talk, turned into a Linux shell talk.