Webinar

Testing hotfixes to Production without rolling back Staging

Host of the webinar:
Chris Stephenson
VP Product & Engineering at Humanitec
Oct 13, 2020 11:00 AM
Duration
45min
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It’s a frustrating situation: a major bug urgently needs to be fixed in Production, but your staging environment has been rolled forward to the next major release. Do you roll back to Staging to fully test the fix or do you risk it and hot-fix Production with minimal QA?

Using an Internal Developer Platform can take the stress out of these kinds of situations through comprehensive environment management.

This webinar will provide a technical demonstration of how Humanitec can help. We’ll detail:

  • How to Clone a Production environment
  • Analysing material changes between different environments
  • Patching multiple environments with a hot fix

After a 30 minutes demo, there will be 15 minutes for Q&A.

Audience

DevOps Engineers, Site Reliability Engineers, System Engineers, Infrastructure Kubernetes Administrators, Technical Architects, Application Developers with an affinity with DevOps and Technical Management

This webinar takes place in cooperation with our partner Nuaware.


Speakers

Chris Stephenson, VP Product & Engineering at Humanitec

Luke Hasty, Sales & Solution Director at Nuaware


Testing hotfixes to Production without rolling back Staging

October 13, 2020 11:00 AM

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October 13, 2020 11:00 AM

CEST

Chris Stephenson

VP Product & Engineering at Humanitec

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Chris is fascinated by the tackling of tough questions in cloud-native development. He headed the high-performance computing group at Lloyds of London, played several integral roles in building a number of tech-setups, at startups and acted as a product manager at Google working on an internal developer platform used across the company. At Humanitec Chris is responsible for all things technical. He holds a degree in Information and Computer Engineering from the University of Cambridge and also studied at the Massachusetts Institute of Technology.