By Eberhard Wolff
Using non-stop supply, you could convey software program into construction extra speedily, with higher reliability. A functional advisor to non-stop supply is a a hundred% sensible advisor to development non-stop supply pipelines that automate rollouts, increase reproducibility, and dramatically lessen risk.
Eberhard Wolff introduces a confirmed non-stop supply expertise stack, together with Docker, Chef, Vagrant, Jenkins, Graphite, the ELK stack, JBehave, and Gatling. He publications you thru utilising those applied sciences all through construct, non-stop integration, load checking out, attractiveness checking out, and tracking. Wolff’s start-to-finish instance tasks supply the foundation to your personal experimentation, pilot courses, and full-fledged deployments.
A functional advisor to non-stop supply is for everybody who desires to introduce non-stop supply, without or with DevOps. For managers, it introduces middle methods, necessities, advantages, and technical outcomes. builders, directors, and designers will achieve crucial talents for imposing and handling pipelines, and for integrating non-stop supply easily into software program architectures and IT organizations.
- Understand the issues that non-stop supply solves, and the way it solves them
- Establish an infrastructure for max software program automation
- Leverage virtualization and Platform as a carrier (PAAS) cloud solutions
- Implement construct automation and non-stop integration with Gradle, Maven, and Jenkins
- Perform static code experiences with SonarQube and repositories to shop construct artifacts
- Establish automatic GUI and textual attractiveness trying out with behavior-driven design
- Ensure acceptable functionality through capability testing
- Check new positive aspects and issues of exploratory testing
- Minimize possibility all through automatic creation software program rollouts
- Gather and research metrics and logs with Elasticsearch, Logstash, Kibana (ELK), and Graphite
- Manage the advent of continuing supply into your enterprise
- Architect software program to facilitate non-stop supply of recent capabilities
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