Tales of a Mobile DevOps
Android Infrastructure Engineer
If you're developing mobile apps, you probably know what's one of your most important KPI: Store Rating.
In such an environment, speed is key. You want to be able to iterate fast and ship beautiful apps to your users frequently. But with growing mobile teams, this is becoming more and more challenging.
The Mobile DevOps imposes a prospective shift to the "classical" DevOps perspective. Tools and processes should be adapted to the mobile release flow. You need to have tools to monitor your application, rollout a feature safely, and react to incident and 1-star reviews.
Mobile DevOps engineers to the rescue. They play a fundamental role in adapting your development flow to deliver mobile apps to your end-users.
In this talk, I will share my experience as a Mobile DevOps engineer, some of my preferred tools, and some of the lessons learned while building mobile infrastructures.
Nicola Corti has been an Android Software Engineer since 2.2, and a Free and Open Source lover for as long as he remembers. He’s currently working as an Android Infrastructure Engineer at Spotify, building the audio experience for millions of Android users worldwide.
Nicola usually calls himself a ‘community addict’. He can’t survive without learning every day, sharing knowledge, and having fun with other developers. He’s also currently managing the GDG chapter in Stockholm and the one in Pisa.
In his free time, he also loves open-source, photography and running.