Over the past two years Mohan Raj, IT senior manager has been part of an exciting NetApp IT initiative to build our DevOps platform that provides the cloud services, automation, and CI/CD release models that our application development teams need to build cloud native applications. They call the platform CloudOne, as it provides one consistent developer experience, irrespective of the destination being private or public cloud. The team automated the processes to onboard applications onto our CloudOne platform as well as the continuous integration, continuous deployment (CI/CD) process to rapidly move application changes to production.
The New Stack Context is a podcast where the latest news and perspectives in the world of cloud native computing are discussed. They recently spoke with Mohan about the CloudOne developer experience at NetApp. Within he describes the challenges as well as benefits of launching such an ambitious multi-faceted project.
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Joseph is a Product Marketing Manager in DevOps for NetApp where he creates lively content and success stories for customers looking to become, "DevOps Ready." Prior to joining NetApp Joseph worked in Product Management and as a Creative Marketing consultant. Outside of work, Joseph spends his time in the Colorado sunshine as an active Scooterist.
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