Posts Tagged ‘ continuous delivery ’

DevOps Discussion with ScriptRock

March 28, 2014
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I recently read a great article by Alan Sharp-Paul, cofounder and co-CEO of ScriptRock, called “You’re Doing DevOps Wrong. Automation in the Enterprise.” So I reached out to Alan for a Q&A session about DevOps. The following is a recap of our discussion.

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Barriers for DevOps Adoption

November 1, 2013
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Companies that embrace the DevOps movement and implement the proper processes, tools, and culture change can greatly increase business agility and achieve higher levels of performance. What does high performance look like?

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Agile without Ops Is Not Really Agile

October 25, 2013
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Many companies use some flavor of an agile methodology today with mixed results. I have written about agile fail patterns in the past, but some companies do an excellent job of applying agile best practices yet still suffer from missed dates, botched deployments, and low quality. Why is that, you may ask? Because most agile…

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How DevOps Can Help Automate the Pain Away

September 2, 2013
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I spent two days at PuppetConf 2013 in San Francisco this week, and the common themes were automate everything, monitor everything, provide feedback early in the process, and focus on culture. All four of those topics aligned with the DevOps movement, with the goal of faster and more reliable deliveries. Companies that can deliver software…

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Recap of PuppetConf 2013 in San Francisco

August 29, 2013
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I was fortunate enough to have the opportunity to attend PuppetConf 2013. When I walked into the first keynote session, I was shocked by the size of the audience. Over 1300 people were packed into the ballroom. Another 3700 had signed up to watch the event streaming online. Last year there were 800 people at…

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Continuous Operations for Zero Downtime Deployments

August 19, 2013
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The old way of delivering software was to bundle up the software and ship it, sell the software off the shelf, or allow customers to download and install it. In the "shipping model", it was the buyer's responsibility to install the software, manage the uptime, patch, monitor, and manage capacity. Sometimes the buyer would perform…

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How DevOps Can Turn Fragile to Agile

July 3, 2013
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DevOps is not a role. It is a cultural shift towards building better quality software faster and more reliable through great collaboration and teamwork.

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