Go + Maven + Chef - a webinar

https://github.com/ThoughtWorksInc/go-book-config

https://github.com/ThoughtWorksInc/go-book-website
https://github.com/ThoughtWorksInc/go-book-inventory
https://github.com/ThoughtWorksInc/go-book-management

Notes:
https://dl.dropboxusercontent.com/u/6691653/webinars/go-maven-chef-notes.pdf

Update: 14th June 2013
Here's how the demo pipelines look (minus the logos) with the new value stream visualization


Update: 29th March 2013
Recording now available at the studios website.

Maven based build pipelines are fairly common. Chef based deployment pipelines are also gaining traction. In this demo, I will demonstrate how to design and connect the two using Go. Along the way I'll explain why not to use maven-snaphosts, how to make Chef talk to Nexus and provide several tips on Go usage. The resulting end-to-end automated build and deployment pipeline will provide overarching visibility, traceability, orchestration and access control for the entire continuous delivery value stream.

Date: 21st March 2013
Time: UK 10:00 AM | IN 3:30 PM | AUS 9:00 PM

5 comments:

  1. Hi, here can I download the VM you mentioned in the webinar?

    Thanks.

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    1. Hi

      We'll send an email with download information to all registered participants today. Thanks for asking.

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    2. Hi, I didn't get the email, could you please post here or send me by email - henrique@gontijo.org?
      Thanks.

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  2. I am watching the recording of the demo - where can I get the VM you used?

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  3. hi

    Could you please share your email address or write to me at my fname.lname@thoughtworks.com?

    thanks
    Sriram Narayan

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