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Paths to Production: Deployment Pipelines as a Competitive Advantage

Enabling developers to push to production at ever increasing velocity has become a competitive advantage. Paths to production examines how some of software’s most well known shops supercharge developers and keep their companies competitive by balancing speed and safety.


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Production Infrastructure Cloning++: Reliability and Repeatability

Thursday Nov 5 / 12:00PM EST

A QA tester greenlights a production deployment which works in their environment but fails in production because of a mismatch in a private dns between the environments. A load test passes in a load testing environment although the same scenario would fail in production because of a mismatch in...

JD Palomino

Backend Infra Engineer @flexport

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Safe and Fast Deploys at Planet Scale

Thursday Nov 5 / 12:50PM EST

Can you write code, review, test, verify, and ship it safely to millions of users, all in the same day? Absolutely!Every week thousands of Uber engineers push out several thousand changes to millions of users. This means that during working hours, some part of the Uber system starts upgrading...

Mathias Schwarz

Software Engineer @Uber

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Paving the Road to Production

Thursday Nov 5 / 01:40PM EST

"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...

Graham Jenson

Infrastructure Tech Lead @Coinbase

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Paths to Production Panel

Thursday Nov 5 / 02:30PM EST

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JD Palomino

Backend Infra Engineer @flexport

Mathias Schwarz

Software Engineer @Uber

Graham Jenson

Infrastructure Tech Lead @Coinbase


Speakers from this track

JD Palomino

Backend Infra Engineer @flexport

J.D. Palomino is an infrastructure engineer at Flexport, the startup bringing freight forwarding to the standards of the new age. In his role, he is responsible for maintaining and procuring the cloud resources in the various accounts, as well as most of the CI/CD pipelines. J.D. and his team...

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Mathias Schwarz

Software Engineer @Uber

Mathias Schwarz has been an infrastructure engineer at Uber for more than 5 years. He and his team is responsible for the deployment platform for stateless services used across all of Uber engineering. Mathias has a PhD in Computer Science from the Programming Languages group at Aarhus University.

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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...

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Thursday Nov 5 / 12:00PM EST

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Luke Demi

Engineer @DoorDash ex @coinbase

Luke Demi is a Software Engineer on the Reliability Team at Coinbase. In his spare time he enjoys ultralight backpacking and competing against Folsom St Strava segments.

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