Topic: cicd

How these companies can help you enhance the CI/CD pipeline

Patrick Poulin, founder and CEO of API Fortress API Fortress was specifically built for today’s agile architectures: A collaborative platform that bridges the gap between development, QA, and DevOps. By using the simple GUI, teams can work together to create a series of powerful API tests in one place. tThose tests then can be executed … continue reading

CI/CD: The driving force behind DevOps

DevOps was not created solely on the idea that developers and operations should play nice together. DevOps is the cultural transformation organizations go through on the road to modern application delivery. The end goal is the ability to release high-quality software more frequently. DevOps enables this by promoting communication and collaboration. “Today, teams are supposed … continue reading

GitLab adds CI/CD integration with GitHub

GitLab 10.6 has been released, featuring new CI/CD integration with GitHub and further integration with Kubernetes. With GitLab CI/CD for GitHub, developers can create a CI/CD project in GitLab and connect it into GitHub. According to GitLab, while it already has received position feedback from its built-in CI/CD features, the company felt GitHub integration was … continue reading

Three metrics for measuring engineering speed

Companies want to deliver high quality software fast, but how fast is fast enough? A recently released report by CircleCI found three important development metrics to predict an organization’s velocity and maturity. The metrics are: mainline branch stability, deploy time and deploy frequency. “Most teams have no idea what speed actually means,” said Jim Rose, … continue reading

Split Secures $17 Million in Series B Funding To Expand Investment in Feature Experimentation

Split, the leading platform for Feature Experimentation, today closed a Series B Funding of $17 million led by LightSpeed Venture Partners. Also participating in this round was existing Split investor, Accel Partners, and a new investor, Harmony Partners. The round brings Split’s total funding to date to $26.8 million. Split’s Feature Experimentation Platform unifies continuous … continue reading

Release automation: All about the pipeline

To many, release automation is that last stage of the DevOps pipeline, when software is made public. Yet, to many, release automation remains largely misunderstood and so is not as widely utilized in organizations that claim to be agile and doing DevOps. “I don’t know if people are recognizing the benefits of application release automation … continue reading

CloudBees invests in Kubernetes technology for enterprise DevOps

CloudBees has announced it is investing in Kubernetes technology across all areas of its business. The company is providing full support for Kubernetes in CloudBees Jenkins Enterprise, has acquired key Kubernetes talent, and has joined the Cloud Native Computing Foundation. “Kubernetes is all about simplifying how software is built, deployed and managed. Companies also want … continue reading

CollabNet announces new Agile and DevOps features in Winter 2018 release

CollabNet has announced the VersionOne Lifecycle and Continuum Winter 2018 Release with a number of new features and capabilities. VersionOne Lifecycle for Agile ALM is the company’s agile lifecycle management solution while VersionOne Continuum for DevOps is a continuous delivery solution that allows teams to speed up software deployments while reducing risk and ensuring quality. … continue reading

Infrastructure and Configuration as Code come to the CI/CD rescue

The triple effect of cloud adoption, DevOps and CI/CD has dealt a blow to the old tried-and-tested means of infrastructure provisioning and configuration. Thanks to the increasing size of software, its dependencies and support of various platforms, these predominantly manual and script-based tasks have been getting increasingly cumbersome, time-consuming and error-prone. This is where Infrastructure … continue reading

DigitalOcean finds majority of developers aren’t using AI or CD

Despite the benefits artificial intelligence brings to the lifecycle, not a lot of developers are taking advantage of it. A newly released report from DigitalOcean found only 17 percent of respondents worked with artificial intelligence or machine learning in 2017. However, 73 percent of those not using AI, plan to at least learn more about … continue reading

A guide to continuous integration and delivery tools

CA Technologies: Comprised of the CA Application Test, CA Mobile Cloud, CA Release Automation and CA Service Virtualization solutions, the CA Continuous Delivery product portfolio addresses the wide range of capabilities (from pre-production to release) necessary to compete in today’s evolving digital economy. CA’s highly flexible, integrated solutions allow organizations to fully embrace the evolving … continue reading

What continuous integration/delivery challenges does your company’s solution solve?

XebiaLabs’ Tim Buntel, Rogue Wave’s Rod Cope, HPE’s John Jeremiah, CA’s Stephen Feloney, Tasktop’s Nicole Bryan, and CollabNet’s Thomas Hooker make a case for their company’s continuous integration and delivery solutions. Tim Buntel, vice president of products at XebiaLabs: For small companies or greenfield projects where you’re starting from scratch or you’re working with one … continue reading

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