This morning on #c9d9 we talked about some of the differences between traditional “Big bang” releases, and today’s need for CD-style release pipelines. This cadence of releases into production often requires advanced deployments patterns to support high updates rates, while mitigating the risk of failed deployments and maintaining zero-downtime for end users.
Deploying to hundreds (or hundreds of thousands) of servers can be complicated. What are some of the prerequisites and deployment patterns for reliably releasing at scale?
How do you ensure zero downtime — and quick recovery if things go wrong — for mission critical apps?
Watch the replay of the episode for the tips our experts shared around patterns such as Rolling Deployments, Blue/Green Deployments, Canary, Feature-flags, and more.
Snake, Gopher & Whale handler. Frequent Flyer. Automates all the things. Continuous Delivery Evangelist. @johnharris85 | johnharris.io
On the next episode of Continuous Discussions:
Episode 50: Special Episode with Gene Kim and the DOES16 Speakers
Join us tomorrow, September 7, to hear from Gene Kim and some of the DevOps Enterprise Summit (DOES16) speakers about how to do DevOps in the enterprise, and some of the highlights for the upcoming show.
This episode will feature:
DevOps enthusiast, The Phoenix Project co-author, Tripwire founder, Visible Ops co-author, IT Ops/Security Researcher, Theory of Constraints Jonah, rabid UX fan. @RealGeneKim | www.realgenekim.me/
DevOps and improving how businesses operate is my thing. SimplifyOps, DTO Solutions, my family gets all of my time. Sometimes I write at http://dev2ops.org . @damonedwards | dtosolutions.com
Senior director for the Platform Engineering team at Target and a DevOps enthusiast. Heather has a passion for technology, building high performing teams, driving a culture of innovation, and having fun along the way. @hmickman | http://target.github.io/
VP @ Hearst. DevOps and Lean Leader. Lecturer and presenter. Startup Volunteer. Continuous Improvement is my path to success. Also, Gene Kim fanboy. @paulycomtois | devopstherapist.com
Anders Wallgren is Chief Technical Officer of Electric Cloud. Anders brings with him over 25 years of in-depth experience designing and building commercial software. Previously, Anders held executive and management positions at Aceva, Archistra, Impresse, Macromedia (MACR), Common Ground Software and Verity (VRTY). Anders holds a B.SC from MIT.