December 16, 2016

Case Study: Santa’s Continuous Delivery Toy Factory DevOps

Folks, it’s coming… the biggest delivery of the entire year! In mere days, Santa will deliver all the toys and goodies to kids around the world. Talk about a launch party on Christmas day! But, how is it possible for Santa to deliver all of these quality goods on time, conjuring magic and spreading smiles across the globe? And, what secrets of speed and quality can we learn to make our software delivery a better experience?

>Read the source article at dzone.com

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Using Test Automation For Continuous Test and Delivery - In this webinar, you will learn the benefits of test automation, CI and continuous test and delivery for higher quality products and faster time to market. More specifically how to: Set up a CI framework via Jenkins (or other CI servers), Assess the thoroughness of existing testing through code coverage analysis, Conduct change impact analysis to determine which tests must be run for each code change, Significantly reduce test time from days to minutes with change-based testing, and Employ parallel testing to maximize test speed

VectorCAST for DevOps Testing - In the age of Internet of Things (IoT) product development, more than ever, time to market is critical. Reducing the code-to-deployment time requires much greater collaboration between teams. Yet surprisingly, many organizations are still operating in silos when it comes to product development

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