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Peace in Our Time: Bringing Ops and Dev Responsibilities Together

Everyone wants to use a stable and secure foundation to build applications, but getting one isn't easy. Developers want and need tools that move quickly, operations needs and wants trusted platforms that are up-to-date and stable. You can have it all—if you do it right.

Join this session to hear about a win-win toolchain that operations and developers can collaborate on.

You’ll learn how this toolchain:
- Gives ops everything it needs in terms of stability and security.
- Allows developers to build on with the most recent tools.
- Can be fully automated and integrated to trigger an update for the entire stack when an update to the base OS occurs.
Recorded Mar 16 2017 30 mins
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Christopher Goern, Principal Software Engineer, Red Hat
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