The Continuous Delivery Foundation advances CI/CD

More organizations have matured from CI to CI/CD, but their paths differ as do their pipelines and results. Most enterprises are implementing a mix of open source, commercial and even home-grown tools, and they’re looking for answers.  One place to look is the Continuous Delivery Foundation (CDF) which is home to many of the fastest-growing … continue reading

How some organizations are implementing CI/CD

CI/CD implementations and the impetus for them varies among companies, but everyone wants to ensure faster delivery of high-quality software. Following are three examples of companies that have adopted CI/CD in their own way. RELATED CONTENT: CI/CD pipelines are expanding CI/CD success requires a sound approach The Continuous Delivery Foundation advances CI/CD Lucidchart improves productivity … continue reading

CI/CD success requires a sound approach

There’s considerable confusion about “the best way” to approach CI/CD when no single path exists. There are important considerations organizations should contemplate to avoid wasting time and money that could have been spent making progress, however. “One of the first things an organization should do is understand what their needs are [in terms of] the … continue reading

premium CI/CD pipelines are expanding

CI/CD pipelines are evolving as organizations identify opportunities to improve release velocity and as the industry considers what CI/CD pipelines should look like in the first place. Amalgam Insights recently released “The 2020 Guide to Continuous Integration and Continuous Delivery: Process, Projects and Products.” In it, report author and research fellow Tom Petrocelli explains what … continue reading

Process drives better feature flag management

Feature experimentation platforms make feature flagging easier to do and easier to manage, but even the greatest tools don’t contain all the DNA an organization needs to succeed. Without a process in place, developers, product managers, and even salespeople may be able to turn flags on and off at will, which may not be the … continue reading

Speed releases with feature flags

Feature experimentation platforms can help organizations deliver software faster because they are aware of expected and unexpected feature-related behavior sooner. As organizations continue to accelerate their release cycles, they continue to ship ever smaller amounts of code that should be experimented with, individually.  “It’s the next obvious step in continuous delivery [because] continuous delivery is … continue reading

Waving the flag for feature experimentation

Digital transformation is making companies more software-dependent than they’ve ever been. As analog products become digital and manual processes are superseded by their automated or machine-assisted equivalents, organizations are building more apps at the core and edge to compete more effectively. One way of hedging bets in an organization’s favor is using feature flagging to … continue reading

Perfecto: Continuous Testing at Scale

DevOps teams need to deliver high-quality web and mobile software quickly to satisfy end customers and keep their employers’ businesses competitive. But it can be difficult to assure product quality when the target devices are undergoing software and browser updates themselves.  Testing remains a DevOps bottleneck because there isn’t enough testing and quality assurance talent … continue reading

Mobile Labs Right-Sizes Testing

When it comes to mobile app testing labs, one size doesn’t fit all. App team sizes differ, as do app requirements and team preferences. Recognizing that, Mobile Labs recently announced three different solutions for teams just getting started with testing, enterprise teams and teams that need real-time testing capabilities. “The biggest testing challenge in the … continue reading

Test automation at the speed of DevOps

Remember the old adage: “Speed, Cost, Quality -– pick any two?”  This tradeoff is no longer an option. With digital transformation initiatives driving DevTest teams to scale Agile and adopt DevOps, all three vectors must be addressed. This requires a fundamental shift in how you approach testing. It’s not a matter of acquiring more or … continue reading

Why family businesses choose low-code/no-code

The typical family-owned business tends not to be known for its software development prowess. Instead, it tends to be known for serving a specific customer need such as manufacturing embroidered patches or distributing food supplies. RELATED CONTENT:  Legacy assets gain new life with low-code integrations Is low-code/no-code conducive to CI/CD? Such are the core competencies … continue reading

Is low-code/no-code conducive to CI/CD?

Organizations are maturing from Agile to DevOps and CI/CD with the goal of releasing higher quality software faster. However, the need for speed has not necessarily been reflected in a shift from hand-coding to low-code development. RELATED CONTENT: Legacy assets gain new life with low-code integrations “DevOps has always been focused on this hand-coding mentality,” said … continue reading

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