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Thursday, December 5 • 13:45 - 14:30
Is Data Friction Putting a Crimp in Your CI/CD Flow?

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The end goal of establishing a CI/CD pipeline is to achieve a continuous 'flow' of releases as new features get built, integrated, tested and deployed to production-like non-prod environments, and eventually to production. This flow depends upon the continuous integration and delivery of small batches of code, data schema and environment changes. Data friction results in the inability to have the right data being provisioned to the right non-prod environment, when it is needed by the right practitioner, causing the flow to be interrupted or at best slowed. Data friction, in turn, is caused due to the time and cost it takes to provision test data sets to multiple development and test environments in a secure, compliant manner. Practitioners who manage and those who secure data need to be brought into the cross-functional teams of those who need data, eliminating these 'silos' and extending DevOps practices into the data realm.

This session will go into client tested and proven methods and practices to address data friction in the CI/CD pipeline, and show how to bring secure, compliant data, on-demand to practitioners and achieve CI/CD flow.

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Gary Hallam

Director of Channel Enablement, Delphix
Gary is currently responsible for Enabling Channel Partners in EMEA, helping them to sell, implement and support Delphix's DataOps solution across the region. He has a broad application development and consulting background and prior to joining Delphix he worked for Oracle in Spain... Read More →

Thursday December 5, 2019 13:45 - 14:30 PST
Sala 3A