Coordinating IoT Software Releases

Developing software for the Internet of Things (IoT) comes with its own set of challenges.  Security, privacy, and unified standards are a few key issues.  In addition, each IoT product is comprised of at least 3 separate application components: the software embedded in the device, the backend big-data service, and...

DockerCon Hackathon: Continuous Dockery

Last year, team Electric Cloud participated in the first annual DockerCon Hackathon, and won as one of the top-three submissions. This year, Nikhil and I returned to a bigger and badder hackathon event, evidence of Docker’s massive growth. How it works 40+ teams of 1-10 hackers spent 24 hours working on...

So, You Want to Orchestrate A-L-L Your Tools, Do Ya?

We know that your software delivery pipeline is complex, and that it is comprised of A LOT of tools. You probably want to be able to orchestrate all of your tools - across your entire delivery pipeline - with one platform. This enables you to: Support end-to-end automation of all your workflows Accelerate cycle...

Maximize Infrastructure Utilization with Dynamic Resources

One of the key topics discussed during yesterday's #c9d9 episode around resource utilization was dynamic resources.  Dynamic resources are virtual hosts or containers that are spun up and torn down as needed during the automated software build/test/deploy processes. These processes are typically coded into an orchestration tool like ElectricFlow that...

Accelerate Your Tests and Your Coverage and All The Things!

Martin Fowler states the following when discussing Continuous Integration (CI) builds: Try to speed up the commit build. Continuous Integration on a build of a few hours is better than nothing, but getting down to that magic ten minute number is much better. This usually requires some pretty serious surgery...

DockerCon Hackathon

This past weekend, I took part in the DockerCon Hackathon with teammates Sid & Nikhil. It was an incredibly rewarding experience and worthy of my first post to the EC blog.   How it works There were 17 teams of 1-3 people.  We had 24 hours to create something showcasing Docker after which we would present...

Tanay Nagjee

Tanay Nagjee

As a Software Engineer for five years, Tanay Nagjee developed several core features of a highly scalable orchestration/automation platform. A generalist at heart, he assumed various responsibilities and especially enjoyed working with customers on real world use cases. As a Solutions Architect and manager of the Solutions Engineering team, he tackles complex software delivery problems every day.
Tanay Nagjee

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