Eddie Webbinaro

Head of Solutions Engineering @ CircleCI

Previously the Head of Software Delivery Platforms at a Fortune 100 insurer, Eddie Webbinaro has spent the last 15 years working in the convergence of Agile, CI/CD, DevOps, and ITSM. Eddie currently leads CircleCI’s global Solutions Engineering teams, helping small startups and highly regulated organizations adopt the culture, tooling, and training to elevate trust and accelerate delivery.

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Architecture & Concepts
  • API Management Platforms
  • Configuration as Code
  • DevOps
  • DNS
  • Disaster Recovery & HA
  • GraphQL
  • Firewalls
  • Microservices
  • REST
  • SOA
  • SaaS/FaaS/PaaS/IaaS
  • Webservices
Languages, Operating Systems & Dev Tools
  • Java
  • Python
  • git
  • go
  • subversion
  • linux
  • maven
  • bash
  • php
  • cypress
  • selenium
Platform, Container & Cloud Administration


A collection of articles, presentations or talks around software delivery or continuous integration.

Talk - Organically DevOps: Building Quality and Security into the Software Supply Chain at Liberty Mutual

This talk looked at Liberty Mutual’s transformation to Continuous Integration, Continuous Delivery, and DevOps. For a large, heavily regulated industry, this task can not only be daunting, but viewed by many as impossible.

November 2016

Panel - DevOps Pipeline best practices using an open toolchain | Team '22 | Atlassian

Panel with Atlassian, CircleCI, Snyk, and Mabl on best practices in an open DevOps toolchain.

April 2022

Webinar - Policy in your Pipelines - CircleCI Config Policies

Clip from a larger 3-part series on Software Empowerment in the Enterprise

May 2023

Demo - Atlassian Demo Den - CircleCI & Jira

Partner event with Atlassian, I got the chance to visit participate in Demo Den and answer a Spicy Question!

June 2019

Webinar - Orchestrating your Software Pipeline with CircleCI and Artifactory

This joint webinar introduces CircleCI Orbs and demonstrates the ease of integrating with JFrog Artifactory for scanning, attestation and confidence in your software deliver pipeline.

November 2018


A collection of projects authored by Eddie, and likely shared out with the community as an open source project. Mostl likely integrations supporting CI, CD or DevOps tooling maturity.

Pipeline Flow for Bamboo

Enables deployment environments to behave as stages within the pipeline, triggering additional build stages. Also adds sweet visualization.

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Enterprise SSH Key Management for Bitbucket

Adds Enterprise Key rotation/enforcement policies to Atlassian Bitbucket.

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LED Energy Show

Using python on a Raspberry Pi Zero to visualize energy flow of solar panels to grid.

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BOSH release for Bamboo & Remote Agents

Large scale orchestration of Bamboo server, agents and database using BOSH

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Atlassian Marketplace Plugins

Multiple plugins used by thousands of teams that provide enhanced functionality of Atlassian’s core products (primarily JIRA and Bamboo) to enrich CI/CD capabilities, DevOps automation, or productivity.

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Open Source Contributions

A collection of efforts to which I contributed, but did not create. Contributing back to Open Source projects is a strong passion of mine, and requires a considerate approach to learn norms, standards and approach for each community for a successful merge!

Fix Performance in Atlassian Bamboo - Deployment Triggers

Using jQuery and REST APIs enables real-time searching to eliminate large data load.

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Maven SCM Plugin Security Fix

Addressed vulnerability that leaked passwords on failed SVN or git operations.

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Schema.org Structured Data documentation fixes

Not all pull requests are glorious code, documentation is really important too! This commit fixed some invalid JSON found in some example specs.

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Global Director, Solutions Engineering


Supporting technical sales and strategic consulting across North America, EMEA, APAC and Latin America

June 2021 - Present

Solutions Engineer


Accelerating teams of every size and concern.

March 2020 - June 2021

Global Director, Solutions Engineering


Supporting technical sales and strategic consulting across North America, EMEA, APAC and Latin America

January 2019 - March 2020

Solutions Engineer, East Coast, EMEA & Enterprise


Supporting sales with technical expertise in Enterprise DevOps and CI/CD consulting for companies large and small. Exceeded quotas for ~8 months before promotion to Director.

April 2018 - December 2018

Director, Enterprise Software Delivery

Liberty Mutual Technology Group

Led in development and software delivery and enterprise cloud adoption strategy. Collaborating across IT functions (security, compliance, networking, etc) to expand automation and self-service to reduce time for new applications from weeks to days.

February 2016 - April 2018

Manager, Enterprise Software Developer

Liberty Mutual Technology Group

Led team delivering Liberty Mutual’s first PaaS, modernizing software delivery. Elimination of legacy hardware and introduction of full configuration-as-code deployments accelerated the adoption of cloud delivery and deployment platforms by 800%.

March 2014 - February 2016

Principal Software Developer

Liberty Mutual Technology Group

Led strategy for Continuous Integration strategy and testing automation across the company. Worked closely with market representatives, providing education and assisting planning and migrations into the environment. Market decision makers relied significantly on Eddie’s recommendations for how they adopt and apply software delivery concepts to their application areas.

February 2013 - March 2014

Senior Software Developer

Liberty Mutual Technology Group

As team Tech Lead expanded platform offerings and ability to scale while providind Continuous Integration and Continuous Delivery coaching to teams that have a wide range of CI and CD experience.

September 2011 - February 2013

Software Developer

Liberty Mutual Technology Group

Implmented Liberty’s first shared software delivery platform exposing Continuous Integration and automated testing across the company. Particpated in cross-market working groups to create the future vision of Application Lifecycle Management.

March 2010 - September 2011

IT Analyst I and II

Liberty Mutual Technology Group

Developed various web services across several technical rotations, automating testing and deployment practices to save hundreds of hours of manual effort.

August 2008 - February 2010


Rochester Institute of Technology

Bachelor of Science
Management Information Systems

Beta Gamma Sigma, High Honors

2006 - 2008

Clinton Community College

Associate of Applied Science
Computer Information Systems

2004 - 2006


This section contains mostly articles migrated from my old Wordpress site. It was more of notes to myself that I hoped would help others. A few got quite popular. Who knew Oracle SQL was still so hot.

Anyway, I migrated them from wordpres to hugo, integrity suffered, Forgive the formatting please :)

You can check out my Adventure Riding Blog for something different.

Eddie Webbinaro Elected School Board Member

Wow. I am just awed by the support and turnout from this community. You all just totally blew me away. Thanks for everyone who voted, read, shared, attened, and asked. While the current board still needs to approve my election next month for my term beginning July I’m not going to lose any momentum. I already have a list of things to research and understand better, and I look forward to start building relationships with the team.
May 17, 2022

Vote Tuesday, May 17

This is a reprint of my campaign email for School Board Friends and neighbors, We’re just 2 days from the annual Peru CSD vote. When: Tuesday, May 17 from 12 noon to 9pm Where: high school gym, 17 School St. Voter Resources There are 4 propositions on the ballot as well as the vote for your next school board member. I’m hoping this email is an effective reminder to make the time Tuesday, and support me with your vote, but I also wanted to share a few resources to help your decisions.
May 15, 2022

I'm running for School Board

This is a reprint of my campaign email for School Board Hello Friends & Neighbors! I’ve submitted my nomination to be on the ballot for School Board Member for the Peru Central School district. The vote is May 17th from 12:00 noon to 9:00 p.m. (want reminders?) in the High School Gymnasium. I am very excited for this chance to support of our community, and I need your help: If you have any questions or perspectives to share, I’d love to arrange time to chat.
April 4, 2022

We're going metric!

Did you know metric is the preferred system for all U.S. agencies, and required for interactions with commerce?

I feel fortunate that my employer is based in Australia. It’s continued to push me to re-evaluate my ethnocentric views of measure.

It started during a recent converation in our “Makers” channel discussing where and when we see imperial and metric measures used, some of them left the question there for us “Is the US really that averse to metric? Don’t they sometimes use both types of measures?”

Turns out the United States is already a “metric nation” and has been since 1880’s or 1970’s depending on your interpretation.

So if the U.S. Government is metric, why isn’t the nation?

Us. Me.

So read on to see how our household is moving forward!

February 23, 2021

New Name, Same Game

I’ve pushed some changes to this site to reflect an important change - my name! Moving forward I will be using the surname Webbinaro, which is the marriage of my wife’s family name and my own. Webb + Rendinaro = Webbinaro Now, despite the low-hanging joke for an SE and tech speaker it does not sound like webinar but rather Webb-i-nair-o, respecting the roots in my wife’s family surname. Although COVID-19 has slowed our process with the courts a bit, after 4 months of paper pushing we did it.
April 2, 2020

Using passwordless login on PuTTY and Cygwin using Keys over SSH and SCP

Get Started - Installing the Tools Cygwin PuTTY WinSCP Generating our Keys Disseminate our Public Key The Dissemination Scripts Script 1 - Called Locally Script 2 - Called remotely - Name important (addPublicKeyRemotely.sh) Testing Cygwin Importing to PuTTY Repetitive Entry Avoidance (A.K.A. Enter the passphrase once, and only once) Using Pageant Using SSH-Agent for Cygwin Conclusion Tools like PuTTY and Cygwin allows users trapped in a window’s world to retain some of the power and functionality of ‘nix platforms.
May 10, 2009

Oracle SQL: Use sysdate for start and end of previous month and year

Wow, that title is a mouthful. Basically i figured out how to use SYSDATE and some other temporal methods to automatically determine the first and last day of the previous month, or previous year. I needed this to hand off a canned query that can be used by many users without the need to constantly update the date parameters of the query. For instance “Show me sales totals for the previous month!
March 30, 2009

Getting Started with ACL in CakePHP

The ACL component of CakePHP can be a daunting undertaking for those new to CakePHP or ACLs. Once you take the plunge though you’ll never look back. The flexibility and power of the ACL component are worthy of your site, I promise. In order to help some fellow bakers into the water I wanted to offer some advice. What is ACL? ACL, or Access Control List is a common means to control access to applications or sites at a granular level.
March 24, 2009

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