continuous delivery software

Scaling DevOps Deployments with AWS CodePipeline & Dynatrace

AWS CodePipeline is a more recent addition to Amazon Web Services – allowing development teams to push code changes from source check-in all the way into production in a very automated way. While code pipelines like that are not new (e.g: XebiaLabs, Electric Cloud, Jenkins Pipeline), Amazon provides seamless integration options for AWS CodeCommit, S3, CodeDeploy, Elastic Beanstalk, Cloud Formation as well as integration options for popular external DevOps tools … read more

Scaling Continuous Delivery: Shift-Left Performance to Improve Lead Time & Pipeline Flow

Transforming from Agile to Continuous Delivery by embracing DevOps Best Practices and a high degree of Automation is a desirable goal for many IT organizations. The biggest challenge I’ve seen when recently talking with companies such as Capital One, BCI, BCP, BBVA, and even our own engineering teams, is scaling that transformation. Just as Adam Auerbach (Sr. Dir Continuous Delivery and DevOps at Capital One) explained in our recent PurePerformance Podcast: … read more

Measure More Frequent Successful Software Releases

Cultural change, automation and continuous delivery allow companies like Amazon, Etsy, Facebook, Target, CapitalOne, Verizon, Netflix and others to deliver more frequent successful new software releases “at the speed of business” (every 11.6 seconds for Amazon). And do it with a 99.9% deployment success rate! If you’ve missed these stories, read Velocity 2015 Highlights, Continuous Delivery 101, Software Quality Metrics for Continuous Delivery or watch Rebuilding an Engineering Culture: DevOps @ … read more

Cool new stuff on the NGINX front

Although NGINX conf 2015 took place back in September, not a day passes without someone asking me to summarize highlights from the event, future NGINX plans, what’s coming up, and related information requests, so I prepared this blog as an update on “what’s up with NGINX”. But first, I would like to once again thank the NGINX team for organizing a fantastic (sold out) event at a a very cool venue: Fort Mason, San Francisco. With … read more

Learning from Today’s DevOps Leaders

Google, Amazon, Netflix, Facebook, Etsy and Microsoft have adopted DevOps principles. So have The Gap, Nordstrom, the World Bank and GM. And just about every tech start-up has it in their DNA. These organizations know that their revenue, their market share—their very futures depend on satisfying their customers’ ever-increasing demands for new features, greater speed and their personal ‘perfect’ experience—every time.  These companies continuously deliver new value to their customers … read more