Last Tuesday on Continuous Discussions we had a lively discussion with our panelists on how do we end the problem of "It worked on my machine! ".
We've all been there - when your pipeline suffers, and your release is delayed, while you're trying ot figure out why something that worked in Dev breaks in QA, or worst- in Production.
We asked our panelists for specific tips on how to ensure fidelity across environments, some of the challenges with ensuring consistency (for example, when you can't access your production environment), and how to support an end-to-end view, instead of brittle scripting and islands of automation.
Watch the Replay of this episode to learn more:
This episode features:
Marc D. Priolo SCM with over 15 years as a consultant, DBA, TS manager, and RM manager experience. My current focus is Continuous Delivery & DevOps.
Mark Paluch Software Craftsman and Continuous Delivery Evangelist. Mark is passionate about Lean Development and enables teams at several large-scale companies to create better software. @mp911de | paluch.biz
On the Next Episode of Continuous Discussions:
Build Automation: Common problems and how to solve them.
Join us on Tuesday, May 5th, at 10am PST , when we'll be talking about Build Automation . Learn what are some of the common issues around supporting quality and velocity of your Build and CI pipeline at scale, and some best practices on how to address them.
This episode will feature:
Anthony Mastrean Anthony has experience on the support desk, in QA, as a developer, and a configuration engineer. Hes in a hurry to learn as much as possible! @anthonymastrean | www.anthonymastrean.com
Eric Melski A "developer's developer" who creates tools for developers; now principal software engineer at CloudBees, where he makes high-performance build tools. @emelski