Adam Zimman - VP of Platform & Partnerships at LaunchDarkly
The world's elite software teams have figured out how to do Continuous Delivery safely. They employ techniques such as feature flagging, blue-green deployments, and canary launches—to name a few—that allow them to continuously deploy to production with little risk. While these sorts of techniques originated in a CI/CD context, together they represent a new approach to software development, one that prioritizes risk reduction, business outcomes, and control. This new approach is called "Progressive Delivery."
In this webinar, you will learn:
- How Progressive Delivery differs Continuous Delivery, and why it matters
- The two major tenets of Progressive Delivery: Release Progression and Progressive Delegation
- How enterprises are putting Progressive Delivery into action in the real world
Jason Bloomberg - Analyst and President at Intellyx, Heidi Waterhouse - Principal Developer Advocate at LaunchDarkly
More and more enterprise organizations are looking to adopt DevOps practices. It's a way of thinking about processes so that everyone can move faster, and when executed well, it should help teams tear down walls. But it's important to remember that DevOps isn't just fast waterfall.
Jason Bloomberg, Analyst and President at Intellyx, is joined by LaunchDarkly's Developer Advocate Heidi Waterhouse and Lead Solutions Engineer Lev Lazinskiy in conversation on how enterprises are actually achieving DevOps. They'll also look at how Continuous Delivery fits into this new paradigm.
Heidi Waterhouse, Principal Developer Advocate at LaunchDarkly
This is the second of a three-part series on "Talks in Production" with LaunchDarkly's Developer Advocate Heidi Waterhouse. This session focuses on how you write a presentation and work through your idea to present it effectively.
* How long is your talk slot and how do you judge your content
* How to do audience analysis
* Learn your own talk process
* Slide deck tips
* Promoting your talk
Software development has changed in the past 15 years. Release cycles have gotten shorter allowing teams to release features quicker, get more feedback, and iterate faster. See how teams are using LaunchDarkly to mitigate risk in their product release cycles.
Learn more about how Lanetix uses LaunchDarkly: https://launchdarkly.com/case-studies
There's a lot of talk about software ownership, but what does "owning code in production" really mean for developers, day to day? In this talk, Christine Yen will discuss how to learn from your code's future—production—to improve the software you ship now.
Chad Burnette - Sr. Director of Platform at Pendo, Rich Manalang - Principal Developer Advocate at LaunchDarkly
This is a recorded webinar featuring LaunchDarkly + Pendo.
At its core, product ops is the intersection of product, engineering, and customer success. It exists to support the R&D team and their go-to-market counterparts to improve alignment, communication, and processes around product development, launch, and iteration.
During this webinar we will discuss product ops’ specific role in release management and progressive delivery. Learn how product ops, product management, and engineering can work together to target feature releases to the right audiences and capture valuable feedback in-product to innovate and go to market faster.
Talk given by Ramin Khatibi, an SRE and infrastructure consultant, at the November Test in Production Meetup at Heavybit in San Francisco. Want to join us at a future Meetup? Sign up here: https://www.meetup.com/Test-in-Production/events/265223625/
Yoz Grahame, Developer Advocate at LaunchDarkly, Ramin Khatibi, SRE and infrastructure consultant, and Larry Lancaster, Found
Panel discussion on the topic of "Teams, Processes, and Practices in DevOps" at the November Test in Production Meetup at Heavybit in San Francisco. Panelists included Yoz Grahame, Developer Advocate at LaunchDarkly, Ramin Khatibi, SRE and infrastructure consultant, and Larry Lancaster, Founder and CTO at Zebrium.
LaunchDarkly co-founder and CEO Edith Harbaugh tells in her own words the ways that software development is changing and what first-in-class teams will need to do to support this demanding environment.
LaunchDarkly is a feature management platform that empowers all teams to safely deliver and control software through feature flags. By separating code deployments from feature releases, LaunchDarkly enables you to deploy faster, reduce risk, and iterate continuously. Microsoft, IBM, Atlassian, and 1000+ organizations use LaunchDarkly to build, operate, and learn from their software.