DevOps – a controversial term?

Recently I had the pleasure of chatting with a gentleman who had some extremely strong opinions on the use of the term DevOps by vendors.  To put it bluntly, he hated the way vendors are using the term DevOps.  To him, DevOps is purely a mindset, not a product suite...

Communicating with external systems using ElectricCommander (continued)

In an earlier blog post I covered how to push information from internal systems into ElectricCommander.  Since then we have some new developments which are released already or coming in ElectricCommander 4.2. Jenkins plugin for ElectricCommander The plugin allows ElectricCommander to easily manipulate jobs or get information from a Jenkins...

Changing, growing, thriving

Growing, changing, thriving. These three words sum up both Electric Cloud as a company and it’s employees. Now that I’m no longer one of the youngsters, I notice that I am viewing the workplace with a new perspective. One of the things I am really excited about is the growth...

Pearls from our Annual Summit

We just finished our annual summit a couple of weeks ago. And it was a great opportunity to see our customers & prospects, talk to them about how they are using our solutions today and discuss their visions for the future. While I cannot discuss all the details due to...

Accelerating Time To Market for Android Devices

One billion – it’s a big number. It’s the number of dollars it cost Facebook to purchase Instagram and a little more than 3x the population of the United States. It’s also the number of Android devices expected to be activated within a year. What makes it a staggering figure...

Fixing Recursive Make

Our Chief Architect Eric Melski just blogged about the consequences and limitations with correctness and performance when you're dealing with recursive makes, backed up by some interesting metrics and insights. Eric's also detailing how the design of Electric Make in ElectricAccelerator eliminates the biggest problems attributed to recursive make, without...

Design time vs runtime complexity

I've been spending a lot of time using ElectricDeploy recently.  What I really like about ElectricDeploy is the clean separation between design time and runtime actions.  Many products I have used have complexity at design time and carry that complexity through to runtime. I believe we have hit the right...

Practice makes perfect

In the spirit of the Olympics, here’s to what makes true champions. Olympic athletes know the trick to absolutely error-free performance is practice.  Michael Phelps can out-swim the best of them, yet he practices every day to get ready for the big event. He practices the same stance, the same dive, the same...

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