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Presentation: "Establish a Continuous Delivery Pipeline: IBM UrbanCode Deploy"

Track: Transform Application Delivery for Faster Innovation / Time: Tuesday 11:30 - 12:20 / Location: Frederik

In order to achieve Continuous Delivery, you need to do more than just push code around. Attend this session to learn techniques used in Continuous Delivery that enable teams to deliver software faster with less risk. We’ll show how the IBM UrbanCode enables rapid deployment of components and composite applications in concert with other delivery steps like configuring environments and automating tests.

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Khurram Nizami, Senior Software Engineer within the IBM Competitive Project Office (CPO)

Khurram Nizami

Biography: Khurram Nizami

Khurram specializes in helping customers apply practical solutions to SDLC challenges. Khurram’s prior experience and roles include Software Development & Delivery Manager and Technical Lead for multiple full software development lifecycle projects tied to multi-million dollar revenue sources for Fortune 100 companies. Prior to joining IBM, he was a manager in the Systems Development & Integration practice for Cap Gemini. He has 17+ years of experience in software development & delivery.

Khurram holds a Master of Science degree in Management of Technology from the University of Minnesota and a Bachelor of Science in Computer Science from Oakland University. He is a PMI-certified Project Management Professional. He is a co-author of the redbook, 'Collaborative Application Lifecycle Management with IBM Rational Products'. He has written multiple articles & papers for industry leading publications such as the Agile Journal and Dr. Dobbs.