There’s a lack of trust that develops amongst stakeholders when the gap between “developer done” and “I can see that it’s done” is too great. In a perfect world, everyone trusts everyone, but that’s just not the case on real projects a great deal of the time. You want to know how to cultivate trust? Deliver consistently. Perhaps, continuously.
We have Continuous Delivery, Continuous Integration, Continuous Testing, Continuous Monitoring, continuous this, continuous that, continuous everywhere. We have gone from the city that never sleeps to a world that is continuous. That’s right, it seems along with the world shrinking, it is always on, someone is always watching or doing. Continuous has become the new black.
We’re gradually eliminating everything about big companies that slows them down. The result is organizations at velocity – agile enough to innovate and fast enough to deal with any change that comes their way.
DevOps promises to break down the barriers between the developers and the systems operators, but success with DevOps hinges on the company's culture and flexibility. Steve Ropa, agile coach at VersionOne, explains in his recent blog that DevOps is that unusual scenario where getting good at, is both a technical and people problem.
In this webinar you will learn how your organization can implement continuous delivery as a step toward your own DevOps transformation. With continuous delivery, you can accelerate application delivery which will allow I.T. to better meet the needs of the organization. With continuous delivery, I.T. becomes a business enabler.
The roots of agile gile relies on the belief that individuals and interactions are more important than tools. It turns out that this belief is much more than just that. Individuals do work more productively in teams. Social cognitive neuroscience research strongly suggests that there are good brain-based reasons why agile is so effective.
With great growth and interest comes the need for new developers and contributors. And if you’re in other areas of development, you may be surprised to know that joining the community is easier than you think. Here are three little-known facts about OpenStack development from those of us on the inside.
If you haven't noticed software development is moving fast. No I mean break neck fast. New frameworks, technologies and solutions constantly coming out to solve problems we never could have dreamed of a few years ago. In this post I have compiled a list of tips that help me stay up to date and prioritize what to learn using the 70/20/10 rule.
This new release will allow Pivotal CF users to leverage the new Jenkins Workflow capabilities introduced in CloudBees Jenkins Enterprise 14.11 and covers the fixes for the Jenkins Security Advisories 2015-02-27 and 2015-03-23.
CD Summit will be two days packed with insight, knowledge and inspiration to help you achieve your continuous delivery and DevOps goals. We are in the process of selecting amazing speakers and finalizing the agenda. Please check back soon for the complete agenda.