SV Dockerized - Virtual Services in Virtual Containers

Presented by

Alan Baptista, Product Marketing and Nathan Devoll, Product Manager, CA Technologies

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The open platform Docker provides is a game-changer for application development. Docker’s “deploy and destroy” model enables you to reduce cost by hosting/running your tools only when and where you need them. With Docker Containers packaging up the OS and application in a single bundle, you can easily run DevTest solutions from CA Technologies on any infrastructure or any cloud that Docker supports. This tech talk showcases how some customers have used Docker within their continuous delivery process to easily deploy CA Service Virtualization or CA Application Test to a PaaS environment (like AWS or Azure).

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