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Are you looking for ways to improve your software delivery cycle into production? Is your automation process more of a manual process? Are you wondering what Chocolatey and NuGet are?

Join Northwest Cadence for this complementary webcast series on Continuous Delivery. Learn why Continuous Delivery is important in today’s software process and how it can improve your delivery cycle. I hope to ‘see’ you there!

Continuous Delivery with Team Build and Octopus Deploy|June 17, 10:00 AM PT
Team Build is a very powerful platform for enterprise build automation. It can effectively handle hundreds of simultaneous builds, supporting everything from ad-hoc, on demand builds to complex continuous integration scenarios. Octopus Deploy is a simple, yet powerful, product that integrates tightly with Team Build to provide a deployment pipeline. Together, these two products provide the tools necessary to implement a fully automated, easy to use, trackable release pipeline that can dramatically speed deployments of new code changes to Test, Pre-Production and Production environments. In this session you’ll see the tools in action to provide a powerful deployment pipeline.

Enterprise Dependency Management with NuGet and Chocolatey | June 20, 9:00 AM PT
Dependency management can be a painful and scarring experience but are the battle scars really necessary? Over the past few years, dependency management in the .Net world has taken great leaps forward and it is time to take it to the enterprise. In this session, we will walk you through how NuGet and Chocolatey can provide a clean and automated approach to dependency management within your organization.

Automating your Software Delivery Pipeline | June 24, 9:00 AM PT
Any manual process in your software delivery pipeline is holding you back from delivering more value with higher quality and greater speed. Continuous delivery, continuous deployment, continuous testing, and configuration as code are terms you may have heard as possible solutions to your problems. But how do you get there? In this session, we will take a practical approach for getting started with automation across your software delivery pipeline. Our specific areas of focus will be on the most commonly found manual processes: build, deploy, test, and environment configuration.

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