Continuous Delivery Archives

Over the years we’ve provided an extensive number of articles, videos, and infographics that provide a wealth of knowledge about Continuous Delivery.

Below are some of these resources…

Video Series: Testing in DevOps & Continuous Testing

Infographic: The DevOps Lifecy­cle

Infographic: The Continuous Delivery Deployment Pipeline and how it relates to Software Testing

5 parts of a Successful DevOps Implementation

Interview: with Skytap’s Sumit Mehrotra on what you need to know before making the transition to EaaS

Continuous Testing Part 1: DevOps for Test Teams

Continuous Testing Part 2: Strategy and Automation Goals for Test Teams

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For this month’s book review, I read Continuous Testing for DevOps Professionals: A Practical Guide from Industry Experts, by various authors and edited by Eran Kinsbruner. The book is divided into 4 sections: Fundamentals of Continuous Testing, Continuous Testing for Web Apps, Continuous Testing for Mobile Apps, and The Future of Continuous Testing. The Fundamentals ...
LogiGear Magazine – February 2013 – The Rapidly Changing Software Testing Landscape
Continuous Testing and Continuous Monitoring What is the goal of Continuous Integration? Is it to enable Continuous Delivery of the code developers’ produce out to users? Yes, eventually. But first and foremost it is to enable ongoing test and verification of the code. It is to validate that the code produced and integrated with that ...
Do you want to speed up your automated tests by a factor of 10 and deploy your application continuously? In this article we share how the JIRA development team at Atlassian has accomplished this using Stages in Bamboo. Stages have allowed the JIRA Development team to take a week’s worth of testing and condense it ...
LogiGear Magazine June Issue 2020: Transform Your SDLC With Continuous Testing
    Eric Minick is internationally recognized as a leading authority on continuous delivery and DevOps. Eric joined IBM four years ago with the acquisition of UrbanCode where he had worked as a developer, technical seller, and evangelist for a decade. Today, he has responsibility for leading the product management team overseeing continuous delivery solutions ...
Disclaimer: This article was originally published in the LogiGear Magazine, but has been updated for the June 2020 issue. Leading an organization into Continuous Delivery is a daunting task that usually takes software development teams months if not years. This guide covers the main points that organizations need to consider to increase their chance of ...
DevOps has been described as Agile on Steroids; DevOps has also been described as Agile for Operations/IT. I like both of those descriptions. Many organizations want Development, Test, and Operations teams to move to DevOps now. DevOps is a big topic, but DevOps is not the focus of this article. We will not be talking ...
From the culture shift, to differences in Agile, Dave Farley and Michael Hackett discuss the nitty gritty of Testing in DevOps. For this issue of LogiGear Magazine, our very own Michael Hackett sat down with one of the godfathers of Continuous Delivery, David Farley. In this exclusive interview, David discusses how test teams and automation ...
Introduction Everything changes. It’s the only constant. The landscape of software testing is undergoing a fast and dramatic change driven by societal, business and technology changes that have placed software everywhere. Computing is ubiquitous. There is hardly anything today that doesn’t contain a CPU or information transmission capability, with software to drive it. From smart toasters ...
This post is part of the Pride & Paradev series With continuous deployment, it is common to release new software into production multiple times a day. A regression test suite, no matter how well designed, may still take over 10 minutes to run, which can lead to bottlenecks in releasing changes to production. So, do ...
Making the leap to CT is easier than you think— follow this guide to transform your testing process No pain, no gain! Achieving Continuous Testing shouldn’t take a “Hans and Franz” attitude. It should be painless, more like a natural progression from implementing certain practices over time.

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