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ABSTRACT: The promise of DevOps is to quickly deliver robust features and new value to the marketplace. To realize this, organizations must do more than simply improve configuration management processes and coordination between development and operations teams.

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They must also test application changes in a realistic, repeated manner. Without testing, quality problems will quickly undermine any productivity gains.

Learn how continuous integration and in-container testing—as well as testing applications in an environment that closely mimics a production environment—can ensure high quality code changes. The topics in this webinar include:

  • Automated building with Jenkins as a continuous integration server.
  • Satisfying dependencies with Maven and official JBoss repositories.
  • Testing Java EE applications with Arquillian.
  • Pushing applications to staging or production.


John Doyle principal product marketing manager, Red Hat

John Doyle is responsible for Red Hat® JBoss® Enterprise Application Platform and Red Hat JBoss Web Server. Formerly, John was a senior software engineer for Red Hat JBoss Data Services. He has also held engineering positions at Vignette Corporation and Oberon Software.

Andrew Rubinger developer advocate and program manager, Red Hat

Andrew Rubinger is an open-source engineer, developer advocate, program manager at Red Hat, and author of "Continuous Enterprise Development in Java" from O'Reilly Media. He's the creator of the ShrinkWrap project and founding member of the Arquillian Testing Platform community. Andrew frequently enjoys sharing his experience in testable development in conferences across the globe and via @ALRubinger on Twitter.

Register and view the recording: Introduce DevOps through continuous integration processes.

Last updated: February 7, 2024