These are the slides of my JavaOne presentation. The abstract goes like this:
How do companies developing business-critical Java enterprise Web applications increase releases from 40 to 300 per year and still remain confident about a spike of 1,800 percent in traffic during key events such as Super Bowl Sunday or Cyber Monday? It takes a fundamental change in culture. Although DevOps is often seen as a mechanism for taming the chaos, adopting an agile methodology across all teams is only the first step. This session explores best practices for continuous delivery with higher quality for improving collaboration between teams by consolidating tools and for reducing overhead to fix issues. It shows how to build a performance-focused culture with tools such as Hudson, Jenkins, Chef, Puppet, Selenium, and Compuware APM/dynaTrace
Clipping is a handy way to collect important slides you want to go back to later.