Sacha Labourey, CEO and founder of CloudBees, explains in this JAX London keynote how Jenkins-based DevOps and Continuous Delivery approaches are transforming software delivery processes.
The positive change that DevOps brings for enterprise IT is becoming more and more obvious. And yet DevOps success doesn’t come easily. When it comes to implementing a DevOps approach together with Continuous Delivery, the key to success is trust and visibility.
Continuous integration techniques are useful not only for project development, but also for software infrastructures. In this video tutorial, we find out how to improve infrastructure quality, reproducibility and speed with an infrastructure-as-code approach.
JAX London keynote speaker Jeff Sussna shares his progressive ideas regarding continuous delivery and system change with his proposal on pervasive refactoring. For Sussna, it will contribute to less overall failure, less cost and more robust systems.
Switching to continuous delivery means abandoning existing practices and habits, and applying and developing new ones. But it doesn’t need to be a fast change, says CD coach Eduards Sizovs.
Continuous Delivery is gaining recognition as a best practice, but adopting it and iteratively improving it is challenging.
Taking the microservices approach can mean adding a serious workload. So what’s the incentive? Architecture consultant Eberhard Wolff lists all the reasons why a microservices approach is worth the extra effort.
Are your continuous integration and delivery efforts for documentation floundering? It might serve you well to read up on how OpenStack treat documents like code and implement a strategy to successfully merge and publish.
Ops is becoming obsolete and the dialogue with security is improving – in conversation with Forrester’s Kurt Bittner at the recent Jenkins User Conference, we learn about some fascinating changes taking place in the DevOps world.
Jenkins creator Kohsuke Kawaguchi talks Continuous Delivery, Jenkins and why it makes all the difference being the first-mover in IT.
The path to employing and practicing continuous delivery isn’t always an easy one to take. CloudBees CEO Sacha Labourey explains how the continuous delivery process requires planning and preparedness to work.
Sidetracked with the technical specifics and implementation planning, IT teams switching to Continuous Delivery are missing the bigger picture of what CD is all about.
According to a new study by Perforce Software, the tech space is rapidly absorbing CD as a given, with 80% of SaaS companies already putting it into practice.
When you send a package through FedEx it goes through a tracked, automated process to ensure the package arrives promptly at the destination. The same should apply to every commit you make. Continuous delivery describes how this process can be made fully automated and transparent. Yevgeni Kabanov (Zero Turnaround) shows you how your commits can be “FedExed” to production on application servers like JBoss, Tomcat, Weblogic and others with the help of Jenkins and Live Rebel. Filmed at W-JAX in Munich.