Published on May 3, 2017 by Docker

Tim Tyler – Lead Solutions Engineer, MetLife

Docker and microservices allowed our development teams to create what once was inconceivable; a unified front-end application for our customers, employees and agents connecting them to over 400 legacy back-end systems of record. On the engineering side, our challenge was identifying the right infrastructure approach to deliver this new solution on a global scale. In our exploration of solutions; we threw out the book on our traditional design approach and brought our first Docker environment and Microservice app to production in 5 months from start to finish. This talk discusses some of the key changes we made to ensure our success, from tossing out waterfall, to quickly establishing design stan

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4 Comments on "Docker 0 to 60 in 5 Months: How a Traditional Fortune 40 Company Turns on a Dime"

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5 months 9 days ago

Great talk! My company is in desperate need for DevOps. But the problems are not technological. They are cultural. The dev teams are stuck in their methods and ways of thinking, and won't embrace change. This seems to be the most difficult part of it all.

Rolando Amir Mirabal Hinojosa
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Rolando Amir Mirabal Hinojosa
6 months 9 days ago

What chat tool do you recommend for chatOps?

Kevin Lamse
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Kevin Lamse
10 months 17 days ago

You mention automated testing with "batch", is that correct? (on gitbub) Can I get a link to the project?

Tim Tyler
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Tim Tyler
10 months 17 days ago

BATS actually, I hope this helps: github.com/sstephenson/bats

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