Q&A with John Willis – The 7 Deadly Diseases of DevOps

DevOps aims to define a set of practices and patterns to turn human capital into high performance organizational capital. As a trifecta of people, process and technology, the DevOps movement is flourishing but there is still a lot of work to be done to create and enable high performance, particularly on...

Code is the Fuel to Get your DevOps Engine Screaming 

What is the “As-Code” Paradigm?  Over this holiday break I spent a lot of time watching my son crash in ever more creative ways as he tried to get the fastest lap time playing Forza on the XBox.   Just like racing, releasing software is complex, and requires people and technology to...

How To Stop The Grinch From Stealing Continuous Delivery

Every retailer in Retailville loved the holiday shopping season a lot. But the Grinch of continuous delivery and DevOps most certainly did not! Last month, several retail giants including J. Crew, Lululemon, and Lowe's suffered major website outages that left a taste in the mouth's of customers as bad as...

Comcast DevOpsDay 2018

Growing DevOps Inside Out This November, Comcast invited Electric Cloud to sponsor and speak at the 5th Annual Philadelphia #comcastdevops Day held at the Comcast Center in downtown Philly. The Comcast DevOpsDay is an internal event put on by Michael Winslow (@michaelswinslow) and Chuck Mountz (@mountzcjr) for promoting DevOps practices...

Webinar Recap: The 12 Days of DevOps

Last week, DevOps thought leaders Gary Gruver (GaryGruver.com) and Anders Wallgren (CTO, Electric Cloud) helped kick off the spirit of the holiday season with some early gifts for DevOps practitioners and enthusiasts. Brought to you by DevOps.com and Electric Cloud, The 12 Days of DevOps webinar brought forth tidings of practical and...

AI, DevOps, and Employment Law: Thinking Ahead

Last summer, Electric Cloud announced ElectricFlow DevOps Foresight, which, among other things, uses machine learning to help organizations weigh the value in a release (re: Jira User Stories) against a “release risk score,” based on Developer and Team Contribution.  This data can be used to assess the strengths and weaknesses...

Loving Your Pipeline’s Middle Child: 60X Test Acceleration

You’ve tuned ElectricAccelerator for maximum performance by having enough agents and using JobCache. Builds are happening at a fraction of the time on fewer resources.  Everyone’s happy with time to market, right? Well, maybe not. There’s that middle child of your pipeline: the QA cycle.  Hundreds to thousands of tests that...

More Speed with ElectricAccelerator – Part 2

More Speed, Part 2: Less Building, More Caching Formula One and Sports Prototype racers have KERS (kinetic energy recovery systems) for capturing a race car's kinetic energy under braking to apply a burst of power at the push of button. They don't have expend additional fuel to go faster -...

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