We have determined that it will not be possible to hold DevOps World 2020 in person as planned for September 21-25, 2020 in Las Vegas. The DevOps World event team is working on plans for a global, multi-day, virtual event that will take place in September 2020 and will be open to all, free of charge.
You wish there was a way to avoid these big-bang releases. Enter feature flippers or feature flags. Read this blog post to learn exactly what a feature flipper is, what it is that’ll turn you into a raving fan, and what a good toggle management system helps you do.
It's been 10 years now since Marc Andreessen made his famous statement that software is eating the world. These days, everybody is building software into their products. What remains a competitive edge, though, is how quickly you can turn around updates, enhancements and fixes.
This post is the first of a series introducing how to use CloudBees SDM to solve real-life, daily problems faced by software teams. It examines a reoccurring task: identifying pull-requests that have not been reviewed across all the repositories contributing to my product and relating them with the Jira issue that could be delayed.
Host Brian Dawson is back on the mic with Daniel Ritchie, Distinguished Engineer at Broadridge, the leading provider of investor communications, technology-driven solutions, and data and analytics to the financial services industry. This episode is chock full of metaphors as Daniel and Brian try to define DevOps and how Broadridge defines DevOps within its organization.
Being able to disable code in production is a power that many developers aren’t aware of. And that’s a shame. The ability to switch off some portions—or even complete features—of the codebase can dramatically improve the software development process.
As the world reels from the human suffering of just the first few months of a pandemic of a scale not seen in more than a century, every organization is asking itself not just how to take care of the employees and customers that directly depend on its survival, but also how its unique capabilities can be applied to helping humanity minimize and recover from the effects of this crisis and emerge into a better world when it is all over.
Have you ever added a new feature to your mobile application and only wanted to distribute and test it with a percentage or designated segment of users? Or have you ever had the issue where a feature you just released has a defect and you need to hide it immediately from your user base?
Experimentation like A/B testing is a popular way to test variations of an application. Feature flag management solutions have further simplified creating multiple versions (by varying one element) and then routing the versions to end user groups.
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