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DevOps Days Mountain View 2011: To Package or Not to Package (Video)

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Lively and sometimes contentious panel at DevOps Days Mountain View 2011. To Package or not to Package – Cutting Edge Software Distribution

Jordan Sissel (Loggly)
Joshua Timberman (Opscode)
Phil Hollenback (Yahoo Mail)
Noah Campbell (DTO Solutions)

Moderator: Kris Buytaert (Inuits)

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DevOps Days Mountain View:
http://devopsdays.org/events/2011-mountainview/

Special thanks to LinkedIn for hosting DevOps Days Mountain View 2011.

Also, thank you to the sponsors:
AppDynamics  DTO Solutions  Google  MaestroDev  New Relic  Nolio
O’Reilly Media  PagerDuty  Puppet Labs  Reactor8  Splunk  StreamStep
ThoughtWorks  Usenix

 

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