There are several tooling related anti-patterns that have derailed CD initiatives. In this video, learn to recognize symptoms of these anti-patterns in order to address them.
- Very few enterprises started up … in continuous delivery from a clean slate. … At least some teams have typically been exposed to … or adopted some continuous integration … or continuous delivery tooling. … Automated builds and tests … in a central continuous integration server … are a common starting point. … Making the build and test parts … of the process more repeatable … and independent from local machines … is an important step to get started. … However, there are many pit falls … when trying to move from this approach … to true continuous delivery. … One common anti-pattern … is retrofitting continuous delivery practices … in the current continuous integration tooling. … This happens when we try to bolt on new tools … and tasks to existing builds and test jobs. … Not considering the overall pipeline design goals … and requirements results in lack of clarity … on what a successful pipeline really means. … Further the tool chain … might be integrated in a fragile fashion, … frequently causing failures in the pipeline. …
In this course, instructor Manuel Pais shows leaders how to rethink CD in their organization to boost the speed and safety of their delivery workflow. Manuel explains why true continuous delivery is an organizational capability, and why software releases should be treated as business decisions. Plus, learn how to define a single path to production that balances speed and reliability; extract and transform data to enable faster release decisions; improve key metrics for high performance sustainably; and more.