Archive for category DevOps
I delivered this session yesterday at the IBM Systems Symposium in Herndon, VA. The abstract of the session is as follows: Government agencies and contractors must build the competency to deliver software with greater predictability, quality, speed and frequency. The alternative of higher costs and late delivery is no longer acceptable – politically, economically or […]
Another great presentation by Gene Kim. Check it out: Did you get your copy of The Phoenix Project yet?
As discussed in my last post defining and contrasting Continuous Delivery and Deployment, there is a distinction between the two. When adopting DevOps, Continuous Delivery is a core capability to adopt. Continuous Deployment to Production is an optional capability that you may or may not adopt, based on your needs and constraints. So, what does […]
What is Continuous Deployment? Companies like flickr have in the past posted on their blog how many ‘deploys’ they had so far that day/week. Looking at the an organization that deploys to production 89 times in a week can be very intimidating. More importantly, it begs to ask – what do you deploy to production […]
This summer I had the opportunity to author the ‘DevOps for Dummies: Limited IBM Edition’ book. This is in lines of the ‘Agile for Dummies‘ and ‘Service Virtualization for Dummies‘ books that IBM has published in the past. The book is finally done and available for download from the ibm.com/DevOps page. Here is a direct […]