Boston DevOps Show and Tell

The March 24 Boston DevOps meetup was a show and tell, a series of short talks from the community on tools and techniques they find helpful in their daily work.


 Jenkins (2.0) Pipeline as Code - Thomas McGonagle

Tom shares the new Pipeline as Code plugin for Jenkins that allows you to define your entire build pipeline in a Jenkinsfile.

Slides: https://speakerdeck.com/boston_devops/pipeline-as-code-in-jenkins-2-dot-0

 Workflow Abstraction - Don Luchini

Don shares how you can simplify your software delivery pipeline by standardizing interfaces.

Slides: https://speakerdeck.com/boston_devops/designing-a-project-lifecycle-using-contracts-and-constraints

 Summon - Dustin Collins

Dustin shares an open source tool that makes working with secrets easier.

Slides: https://slides.com/dustinmm80/summon-secrets-source-control

 Self Service Permissioning Approaches - Mark Ferry

Mark shares how to set up AWS IAM policies to great people the access they need when they need it.

Slides: http://www.slideshare.net/roundarchuser/self-service-cloud-shared-access-approaches

 Security as Code - Apollo Clark

Apollo shares a different way to think about security, as a component of quality.

Slides: http://www.slideshare.net/ApolloClark/security-as-code

 Lightweight microservice blue-green deployment - Phil Lombardi

Phil shares the success he’s had with blue-green web application deployments.

Slides: https://speakerdeck.com/boston_devops/lightweight-microservice-blue-green-deployment


Thanks to all the presenters, as well as Anastas Dancha for recording video!

We hold a meetup every month. If you haven’t joined us yet next month is a great time to do so. http://www.meetup.com/Boston-Devops/

If you’d like to keep the conversation going, join us on Slack.

https://bostondevops-invites.herokuapp.com

 
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