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Jez Humble on Continuous Delivery

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Great interview…

I am sure we’ve all been to places where there is a CI server and it’s red and no one is paying any attention to it, at that point you are not doing continuous integration.

…the important follow-on to restoring service is doing recourse analysis and actually working out why that happened and being able to put guards in place to prevent it happening again, which certainly mean tests at some point so that problem can never occur again.

I think one of the primary messages is that continuous delivery is it’s not a zero-sum game. This is why I like to talk about the Flickr example because they are releasing more frequently, the stability of their production systems is also increased.

I worked for the last three years within studios, I was the product manager for our continuous integration and release management tool called “GO” and we were very heavily into that to the extend that we built “Go” using “Go” and when we had a good build of Go it would redeploy itself in order to rebuild itself again

via InfoQ: Jez Humble on Continuous Delivery.


Written by bernardhornet

October 17, 2011 at 8:21 am

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