This is a guest post from Markos Rendell, a Senior Manager at Accenture.

I am very much looking forward to the Jenkins User Conference in Berlin next week which I will be attending with a three other members of my team. We are all very passionate about automation, infrastructure-as-code, configuration management and of course… Jenkins.

My team and I specialize in implementing continuous delivery for large scale transformation deliveries. We work with a wide range of technologies from open source, packaged products, through to software-as-a-service. We work with physical infrastructure, private cloud, public cloud and platforms-as-a-service, but there is one almost uniquely common factor… using Jenkins.

At the conference I will be expecting to exchange views with others using Jenkins at similar scale and am particularly interested in sessions covering using Jenkins with Docker and making Jenkins more resilient.

I am also looking forward to presenting this lightening talk where I will be demoing ways in which we’ve extended Jenkins to implement complex integrated pipelines for large-scale software implementations. See here for a sneak preview.