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Monday, April 27 • 8:30am - 5:00pm
DevOps and Continuous Delivery: Software Architecture, Security, and Interactive Learning

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This one-day course is designed for architects and technical stakeholders such as product managers, development managers, and systems engineers who are interested in adopting DevOps practices and continuous-delivery workflows. The architecture component of the course focuses on the relationships among application software, the deployment environment, and the supporting tooling. The instructors will explore key qualities, tradeoffs, and techniques for architecting across these dimensions and provide guidance for security processes and test automation compatible with DevOps practices. Attendees will gain experience with a reasoning model that outlines various types of security automation tests to consider as well as recommendations for dealing with security processes that can’t be automated. Interactive learning exercises will provide food for thought for both newcomers to continuous integration and automatic provisioning and those who want to hone their skills.

Course Instructors
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Stephany Bellomo

Stephany Bellomo is a Senior Member of the Technical Staff at the Carnegie Mellon Software Engineering Institute (SEI). She teaches SEI courses in Service-Oriented Architecture Migration of Legacy Components and Software Architecture Principles and Practices. Bellomo is a member of the organizing committee for the International Workshop on Release Engineering 2014, hosted by Google, and a member of the editorial committee for an issue of IEEE... Read More →
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Aaron Cois

Carnegie Mellon Software Engineering Institute
Aaron Cois received his MS and PhD from the University of Pittsburgh for work developing novel systems and algorithms for medical image analysis. His research involved developing frameworks, algorithms, and data structures to efficiently perform complex statistical calculations on large amounts of data. His background in machine learning and complex systems led him toward developing features and systems for data- and analysis-driven... Read More →


Monday April 27, 2015 8:30am - 5:00pm
3. Salon E

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