Modernize your Java CI/CD pipeline

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Adam Close

Adam Close

Solutions Architect

Octopus Deploy

Shawn Sesna

Shawn Sesna

Senior Solutions Architect

Octopus Deploy

Working on projects with older technologies and tools is very common for teams. It’s possible to configure a modern CI/CD pipeline for older applications, making it easier to ship updates and new features.

Join Adam and Shawn from our advisory team as they demonstrate how to modernize the CI/CD pipeline of a real-world Java web application.

What you’ll learn:
- The core concepts of Octopus Deploy. - What a modern CI/CD pipeline looks like for a typical Spring application. - How to integrate a Jenkins pipeline (Jenkinsfile) with Octopus Deploy. - How to design a modern deployment process for a Spring web app and MySQL database deployments with Flyway. - How to manage your Spring configuration file from your local machine to production.

Meet the speakers

Adam Close

Adam Close

Solutions Architect – Octopus Deploy

Adam Close is a Solutions Architect at Octopus Deploy. Adam helps our customers by providing advice to improve and automate their CI/CD pipelines. He also contributes to blogs and webinars to educate both new and experienced Octopus users. His extensive knowledge of Octopus comes from using the product since version 3. Before starting with us, Adam worked for organizations that supplied healthcare software to the NHS.

Shawn Sesna

Shawn Sesna

Senior Solutions Architect – Octopus Deploy

Shawn Sesna is a Senior Solutions Architect at Octopus Deploy. He helps our customers by providing advice, trouble-shooting features, analyzing instances, and creating examples on samples.octopus.com. He’s also written many [blog posts] (https://octopus.com/blog) on maximizing your use of Octopus Deploy. Before Octopus, Shawn was with the Washington state government for 21 years. His positions included developer, database administrator, configuration manager, and DevOps engineer. In 2015, Shawn implemented Octopus Deploy, replacing a homegrown solution he developed in C#.