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Wednesday, July 27 • 2:00pm - 3:15pm
Can we do that here? Implementing Devops at the speed of government (Joshua Seckel) POPULAR

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Abstract:
Government is often known for large formal gate reviews before anything is allowed to deploy to production. Often with multiple stakeholders holding sway over different parts of the deployment approval with the result of a time consuming process to get functionality to users. DevOps is premised on fast deployment to production to deliver functionality into the users hands and getting quick feedback from all interested parties (operations, users, stakeholders, etc). This implementation of Continuous Integration, Continuous Delivery, and other practices within the government sector can be daunting. Providing the teams themselves the authority to deploy code to production to speed the process would seem to be anathema.
This talk will show practices and policies to allow teams to deploy to production in a governement environment while maintaining the required oversight, auditability, and compliance required for these applications.
Learning Outcomes:
  • At least one option for team deployment to production in a government environment
  • How to maintain compliance at the team level
  • Configuration Management and Release Management practices that work for these deployments
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Joshua Seckel

Chief of Applied Technology Division, USCIS
I lead the Applied Technology Division at US Citizenship and Immigration Services. That division includes architecture, independent test, quality assurance, change and release management, strategic vendor management, and agile coaches helping to transform USCIS to deliver better value to business faster.


Wednesday July 27, 2016 2:00pm - 3:15pm
Lenox