#continuous delivery

What’s hot and what’s not in software development

Microservices are in, monoliths are out & everyone should switch to automated testing for CI/CD deployment

Finding out the latest trends for development can be difficult for the average developer. That’s why Atlassian’s recent survey is such a helpful look at what’s going on in the field. Apparently, microservices are in, monoliths are out, and absolutely everyone has to switch to automated testing for CI/CD deployment.

Plus JAX DevOps 2019 Blind Bird Special

2018 in review: Top 7 DevOps stories

As 2018 is almost over, it’s time to do a full review of the last year. Our focus? DevOps, of course! In this article, we take a look at the top 7 DevOps stories of 2018. But that is not all! At the end of the article, we have a special JAX DevOps offer for you to light up that holiday atmosphere!

Interview with Daniel Jones, CTO of EngineerBetter [VIDEO]

“The road to Continuous Delivery is paved with frustrations of trying to get people to understand it”

Is Continuous Delivery *just* a technical transition? How should companies change in order to successfully implement Continuous Delivery? JAXenter editor Gabriela Motroc caught up with Daniel Jones, CTO and co-founder of EngineerBetter to talk about why Continuous Delivery is better for your brain and what’s the role of technical debt in all this.

Interview with Tommy Tynjä, Senior Software Engineer and Continuous Delivery Consultant at Diabol

The dos, the don’ts, the checklist: “Continuous Delivery is true agility”

What are the dos and don’ts when going down the Continuous Delivery path? What are the most common obstacles that teams will hit when moving towards CD? JAXenter editor Gabriela Motroc talked with Tommy Tynjä, Senior Software Engineer and Continuous Delivery Consultant at Diabol at JAX DevOps 2018 about all this and more.

Time between releases has accelerated & the amount of work has expanded

Is your release cycle process costing you a fortune?

Organisations may have started with a simple release cycle with a small number of developers and QA testers but projects have quickly become more complex, requiring more developers, more teams and more time. In this article, Bob Davis explains why the case for continuous delivery management is likely to become indisputable over time.

Interview with Helen Beal, Head of DevOps at Ranger4

Common #DevOpsFail: Think of DevOps as synonymous with Continuous Delivery

DevOps has cultural change at its core but sometimes organizations find it hard to grasp the importance of the cultural aspect of DevOps. We invited Helen Beal, Head of DevOps at Ranger4 and speaker at JAX DevOps 2017 to talk about the contributing methodologies that converge and combine to drive DevOps evolution and to weigh in on the steps for DevOps success.

Interview with DevOps evangelist Anton Weiss

“The codebase is a minefield —there will be casualties”

Continuous Delivery is the antidote for stressful, scary and fragile releases. A proper CD pipeline gives us the certainty that most of the mines got detected and disarmed and even if anything was overlooked, we have a way to quickly revert the damage. We invited Anton Weiss, Principal Consultant and CEO at Otomato and DevOps evangelist, to talk about the pitfalls of not putting continuous delivery into practice and the advantages of having a proper CD pipeline.

Interview with Eduards Sizovs, leader of the Latvian Software Craftsmanship Community

“With the rise of the serverless movement, you only have to care about code”

It’s very easy for organizations to pick good practices from forward-looking companies and put them here and there, but truly effective teams are those that constantly question the status quo. We asked Eduards Sizovs, the leader of the Latvian Software Craftsmanship Community, to comment on the myth of one-size-fits-all Continuous Delivery, the importance of automation and more.

How to use microservices and containers for enterprise continuous delivery

Microservices and containers such as Docker are among the most discussed topics in the world of enterprise software today. Many DevOps practitioners are looking at these technologies as a key part of delivering large software projects faster. While successful implementations are most common among smaller, “born in the cloud” organizations, larger enterprises can benefit from microservices and containers too — as long as they address some challenges head-on.

Interview with Eduards Sizovs

“Continuous Delivery is not a technical transition” | DevOpsCon

“Continuous Delivery is a journey.” Organizations are complex systems, but if people and departments do not share the same goal, they are bound to fail. JAXenter editor Gabriela Motroc talked to Eduards Sizovs, leader of the Latvian Software Craftsmanship Community, at DevOpsCon about shadow continuous delivery and its pitfalls, and also about the importance of communication between teams and departments.