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Title:
Eclipse Maven Jenkins Lars and Docker. A continuous delivery pipeline using WebSphere Liberty
Stream:
Hybrid Cloud & DevOps (4)
Speakers:
Jeremy Hughes
Abstract:
Organizations that deliver value quickly gain the competitive edge. Long release cycles with waterfall processes requiring long maintenance windows are yesterday's way. Today, development teams have adopted Agile processes to deliver valuable function in small, short increments. DevOps makes that real by enabling the automated testing and configuration management required to maintain an enterprise application in production. This session will show the build out of a continuous delivery pipeline for an application developed in Eclipse with the WebSphere Developer Tools and Apache Maven, pushed to Git, built by Jenkins into a Docker image, by making use of the Liberty Asset Repository Service (LARS), and deployed to 'production'. This is just one combination of technologies you can use to build a continuous delivery pipeline with WebSphere Liberty.
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Bio:

Jeremy Hughes:

Jeremy Hughes is the WebSphere Application Server development architect for DevOps and Open Source, based at IBM's Hursley development laboratory in the UK, recently focusing on enabling the Liberty Profile to be managed by popular DevOps frameworks, including Chef. He is an IBM Lab Advocate, helping customers make the most effective use of WebSphere products. He has led technology development in OSGi Applications and Web Services delivering to many WebSphere Application Server releases. He is a committer and PMC lead on the Apache Aries project. He is passionate about building a wider ecosystem of technology, often Open Source, around IBM products to help customers build their solutions.

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