DevOps 101: Introduction to Package Management
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Webinar Description:

When you’re new to an industry, you encounter a lot of new concepts. We tend to use a lot of jargon, the documentation may be written for someone more experienced in mind or rely on contextual knowledge of the rest of the space, and it often doesn’t explain the “why” for the tool. This can make it really difficult to get your feet underneath you in an unfamiliar landscape, especially for junior engineers.

In the next episode of DevOps 101, I’ll break down what package or artifact management is -- what that even means, when and why you should use a tool for it, and how something like this can make your life easier whether you’re just writing JavaScript or you’re working with Docker, too. I’ll also give you a practical example of how you can get started yourself, so you’re ready to experiment on your own!

Who should attend:

Anyone still in school for computer science, junior developers, or anyone from a technical or tech-adjacent background who has no hands-on experience with DevOps practices and tooling but wants a clear, introductory explanation of relevant concepts.

The Agenda:

  • What is the definition of DevOps?
  • What does DevOps mean for developers?
  • What is package management?
  • What is a binary repository manager?
  • What are build artifacts?
  • Why might you need to manage your build artifacts?
  • Binary repository setup in Artifactory
Register for this Webinar:
Date: November 25th
Time: 11:00 AM CET
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Duration: 1 hour
Host: Kat Cosgrove
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Presenter Information
Kat Cosgrove
Developer Advocate
Kat Cosgrove is a chronic early-adopter of new technologies and a real-life cyborg. Her professional engineering background is in web development, IoT, and programming education, but today she's a Developer Advocate for JFrog. She loves finding creative solutions for hard problems, especially if they're a little hacky. When she's not building demos or at a conference, she spends her time gaming, watching e-sports, and working on useless but entertaining side-projects. She also volunteers with area non-profits geared towards getting more women and other underrepresented minorities into tech.