Author: Jonathan Stagnaro author and contributor.

Incident Management and Continuous Integration

Integrating a team’s incident management process into continuous integration can be a useful way to improve communication and transparency around failed builds.  Zachary Flower, a developer and fan of continuous integration, shares his thoughts on how to improve continuous integration and deployment in his article.  Zachary believes that one of those improvements would be by integrating […]

Why Continuous Deployment Is Terrible Without Continuous QA

CEO Fred Stevens-Smith talks about how continuous QA practices “ensures that you can get up to speed with of CD without sacrificing quality”.  Fred gives a bit of background knowledge in the appearance of continuous deployment and then explains how you can optimize for minimal risk, how to bring QA up to speed of CD, and […]

Just Enough Testing at Each Stage of Your Delivery Pipeline

The continuous delivery pipeline breaks down the software delivery into several stages but how do you know that the pipeline is working efficiently?  In his article, Gene Gotimer recommends having frequent quality gates that give feedback about the quality of the software.  The fastest feedback loops have to be applied as early as possible in […]

Continuous Delivery Can Elevate Developer Productivity

An article posted by the G2 Crowd explains how an effective workflow can improve the work of all your developers while a bad workflow will compromise even the best engineer’s productivity.  The G2 Crowd also shows that the productivity of those developers will most likely affect the end user.  What better way to improve the workflow than to have […]

Why Continuous Delivery and DevOps are Product Managers’ Best Friends

Why should you care about DevOps and continuous delivery (CD)?  The main reason you should care is because CD and DevOps have positively transformed businesses.  Some examples of these businesses include Etsy, Netflix, Amazon, The Guardian, and Expedia.  The transformations businesses who are doing CD and have a DevOps culture have improved by increasing responsiveness, getting feedback […]

The Product Managers’ Guide to Continuous Delivery and DevOps

What are the terms that constantly revolve around product managers and how has the application of such terms changed throughout time?  In her article, Suzie Prince guides product managers to continuous delivery and DevOps while giving a detailed explanation about continuous integration, continuous deployment, continuous learning, and more!.  This guide is for you if you’re in tech as a […]

Blue-Green Deployment

For those who wish to revise what is blue-green deployment, reading Viktor Farcic’s short post might come in handy.  In his article, Viktor also explains the meaning of blue-green deployment and its process.  The article is basically the beginning of the Blue-Green Deployment chapter of The DevOps 2.0 Toolkit: Automating the Continuous Deployment Pipeline with Containerized Microservices book. Traditionally, we deploy […]

Powering Blue-Green Deployments With Feature Flags

In Justin Baker’s article, he explains what and why we use blue-green deployments with feature flags.  The old form of blue-green deployments was basically an all-or-nothing approach.  However, current blue-green deployment techniques help reduce risks in software releases. Blue-green deployments have long been a proven technique to mitigate risk in software releases.  By adding feature flags, […]

Continuous Delivery

This small article by Jez Humble explains what continuous delivery is and the great benefits it brings.  Some of these benefits are low risk releases, faster time to market, higher quality, and lower costs.  Jez Humble has also written some books and recorded some videos that go more in-depth into what continuous delivery is. What is Continuous […]

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