One week ago I was at InterOp New York, where we announced the release of Maestro 3, and talked to people attending the conference and analysts on the product and our ideas behind it, and we got some coverage on Maestro 3, including a video interview with InformationWeek, which covers some of the ideas behind the product, not all of them given the format and duration of the interview, but I thought it was worth posting it anyway.
We are doing webinars this Wednesday 3rd and 10th, showcasing how it may help organizations improve their build-test-release-deploy process, so if you are interested you can just check the times and sign up on our Build Through Deploy in a Single Interface – Introduction to Maestro 3 page.
Tomorrow I’ll be in Atlanta for ApacheCON, along with Brett Porter that is doing a training on Maven today. I’ll be at the BarCamp on Tuesday and the Maven Meetup on Wednesday for sure. BTW BarCamp and Meetups are free for everybody, so if you are in the Atlanta area you can just come by even if you don’t attend the show.
At Interop NYC, Maestro Dev showcased its latest Maestro 3 app dev choreography environment — a cloud-based solution that stitches together the discreet steps (build, test, deploy, etc.) of application development, using existing tools for each step
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