Graham Jenson

Infrastructure Tech Lead @Coinbase

Graham Jenson is an infrastructure engineer at Coinbase helping developers securely and reliably deploy software. He has worked on making infrastructure-as-code collaborative, creating large scale cloud systems, and building out the Coinbase monorepo. His driving passion is removing hurdles between a developer having an idea and that idea deployed to production. Follow Graham @ https://maori.geek.nz

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Paving the Road to Production

"Paved roads" are the paths walked by developers to get their code into production. They are a contract that core teams (like infrastructure and security) have with developers about features and support they will receive if they tread a common path. The benefits of staying on a paved road for a developer is that they get a lot of functionality (like security, logging, metrics) out-of-the-box. For core teams, paved roads are a point of focus where even small improvements can have a big effect.

In this talk, I will share my experience of creating "paved roads" and deploy pipelines at Coinbase for the past 5 years. Describing how these roads look and have scaled as the company grew from 10 to 500 engineers. I will also talk about the advantages of having a paved road, how to build new paved roads, and how applications might be moved onto one. I am hoping that this talk will convince you to pave your own roads to production.
 

DATE

Thursday Nov 5 / 10:40AM PST (40 minutes )

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Paths to Production Panel

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Thursday Nov 5 / 11:30AM PST (40 minutes )

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