What does it mean to "flatten" your software release process? How will this affect your organizational structure? In the first installment of the Agile DevOps series, DevOps expert Paul Duvall describes how developers and operations are working together on software delivery teams to streamline the process of developing and releasing software. He discusses such nascent topics as test-driven infrastructures, transient environments, and the Chaos Monkey — and how these techniques all work toward the goal of getting software to users more quickly and more often.
Continuous integration is a software development practice in which members of a team integrate their work frequently. Many teams find that this approach significantly reduces integration problems and allows a team to develop cohesive software more rapidly. Therefore, continuous integration, especially in the early stage of development process, can greatly improve the efficiency and help find potential issues as soon as possible. The authors describe the practice of continuous integration using the IBM® SmartCloud Enterprise as the framework.
Is your style of delivery high-risk, 'big bang' deployment? Unless you're an adrenaline junkie, you're just risking spectacular failure with your company's money and your sanity. Jez Humble, coauthor of Continuous Delivery: Reliable Software Releases through Build, Test, and Deployment Automation, provides detailed examples of how four simple principles can reduce your risk from high to low and increase your chances of success from low to high
EGit is an Eclipse Team provider for the Git version control system. Git is a distributed SCM, which means every developer has a full copy of all history of every revision of the code, making queries against the history very fast and versatile.
This article shows you how easy it is to use a build framework such as MSBuild or TeamCity to build .NET software. It also demonstrates how to add Continuous Integration (CI) with .NET applications to an Agile ALM CI ecosystem that can also integrate other artifact types, such as Java.
This article covers Flash compilation and linkages, dependency scope, RSL support, WAR packaging, build profiles and the ASDoc goal. By the end of this article you should have all the tools you need to manage your enterprise project with Maven and Flexmojos.
This article explains why Agile development teams must deliver and keep delivering on a regular schedule. The surest proof of your team's practicing Agile methodology correctly is that you continue delivering working product.