Take Advantage of Free Tools to Automate Your End-to-End Release Pipelines

stackworld2016A couple of weeks ago I had the pleasure of speaking at StackWorld conference in San Francisco. In addition to my talk on DevOps metrics, I also had the chance to deliver a virtual workshop and demo with my colleague Sam Fell.

This virtual talk focused on “Automating all the things”, and how you can take advantage of free tools – such as ElectricFlow community edition to orchestrate your entire end-to-end release pipeline, which is often comprised of many other free tools, such as Git, Jenkins, Selenium, Chef, Docker, and others.

As you know, today’s modern software delivery involves a myriad of point-tools, frameworks and infrastructures – from development, through build, testing, deployment, all the way to a Production Release. While many of these tools are free/open source, the operational and technology overhead of orchestrating the hand-offs from one tool to the next in the process – are not without cost.

To improve developer productivity and resource utilization – and to enable enterprise-scale, cross-project visibility and shorter time to market – organizations are working to automate and orchestrate the entire tool chain across the end-to-end delivery pipeline.


Today’s Software Delivery Pipeline(s)

Sam Fell started us off by explaining today’s release pipelines and the complexities of orchestrating the – often dozens – of tools involved in the process. I then followed with a demo showing a fully-automated release pipeline with the free edition of ElectricFlowdeploying a cloud Java application, tying-in common tools that you, likely, also use in your process from CI to Release: including Git, Jenkins, Selenium, Chef, Docker, and more.

Watch the short demo video below to learn how to:

  • Seamlessly orchestrate third-party tools to automate your entire process- from start to finish
  • Get visibility into your end-to-end application release pipeline
  • Deploy any application to any environment using any tool-set – for free.

You can also download the deck here, and be sure to download the Community edition of ElectricFlow below to give it a try yourself!


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Avantika Mathur

Avantika Mathur

Avantika (Avan) Mathur is the product manager for ElectricFlow. She helps large enterprises across #Finserv, Retail, Embedded accelerate their #DevOps adoption, design complex automation solutions & optimize delivery pipelines. Avan holds a degree in Computer science. Previously, she was the Global Technical Account Manager for large customers at Electric Cloud. Prior to working at Electric Cloud, Avan worked as a software engineer at IBM for five years doing Linux kernel development.
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