Enterprises face unique challenges when trying to implement modern software practices due to the scale and complexity of their tools and teams. Read this whitepaper to learn the five practices organizations must employ to be successful at software delivery today.
This whitepaper provides an overview of common patterns that tend to arise in organizations as they scale their usage of feature flags. Whether you choose to grow your self-built system or migrate externally, planning ahead is key
Jenkins is arguably one of the most popular development tools on the planet. However, it’s easy for some of the maintenance that comes with building and scaling Jenkins pipelines across an enterprise to grow burdensome. In working with many of the Fortune 100 enterprises, CloudBees has identified the five common reasons enterprises struggle to scale Jenkins and how to fix those issues.
While CI/CD is no longer a new process for many companies, the concept of feature flagging and progressive delivery creating the “next generation” of CI/CD is something that few companies have embraced. Learn how feature flags are one of the tools that make your CI/CD pipeline work better.
As more developer teams realize the benefits to be gained from using Jenkins, many organizations start to become a victim of their own success. In this whitepaper, we explain what a monolithic controller is and how to avoid having one, as well as the best practices you can follow to horizontally scale Jenkins in the future.
Organizations that have adopted DevOps struggle to justify investments made in their software delivery processes. This informative whitepaper arms you with the information you need to demonstrate real business value from DevOps initiatives.
Feature flags are gaining popularity as a way to provide safer and more effective deployments. This guide, written by developers for developers, answers all the questions a beginnger to feature flags might want to know. Whether you are brand new to the world of feature flags or have been using them for a while and want tips for managing them better, this eBook is for you.
Outstanding software sets businesses apart from their competition. Aligning teams on a common set of goals and increasing visibility and communication across teams are the keys to creating excellent applications that meet customer expectations. Successful businesses are rethinking their software delivery process through the adoption of a Software Delivery Management framework. This new approach gives you the technical underpinning to enable collaboration throughout your business. Prepare your teams to collaborate around common data and a shared set of goals that are focused on customer and business success.
Continuous Delivery(CD) is not a new concept, yet it is one that few companies have fully mastered. Why? Simply put, CD can be really hard to do well. Increasingly complex testing requirements, shifting infrastructure and ever-changing customer needs are some of typical CD speed bumps. So what can release teams do? Add feature flags to their CD processes, of course! Adding feature flags to CD can rapidly increase CD maturity while simultaneously reducing risk.
The software industry is moving towards developing and delivering complex systems deployed on hybrid and multi-cloud environments and developed using multiple technology stacks. This reality creates significant challenges for organizations managing multiple interdependent supply chains in delivering software. Accelerated Strategies Group surveyed and spoke one-on-one with enterprise technology leaders about the greatest challenges posed by modern software delivery. The resulting research was compiled into the 2020 State of Software Delivery Management Report.
DevOps provides a huge opportunity for better security. Many of the practices associated with DevOps, such as standardized automation, fast feedback loops, improved visibility, collaboration and consistent release practices are fertile ground for integrating security and audit as built-in steps. When done right, DevSecOps goes well beyond “shifting security left” to “shifting security everywhere.” It ensures software is secure in development, delivery and in production.
COVID-19 forced a dramatic and immediate shift from onsite to remote work for almost everyone. This research, conducted by Accelerated Strategies Group and commissioned by CloudBees, sets out to explore how many software teams were already working remotely, how the use and importance of remote work tools and applications changed since the pandemic began and finally, in what ways has COVID-19 informed and changed organizations’ ability to create software.
Learn how organizations are driving digital transformation forward through software innovation. Bonus: See aggregate business value metrics realized by 100 enterprises in various stages of DevOps and continuous delivery adoption.
Our adoption of a “feature flag-driven development culture” has permanently changed the way we develop, experiment with and release new features in our product. Read our whitepaper and learn more about our journey and what it could mean for you.
In the past 18 months – the search trends for “feature flags” are up nearly 300 percent. Why is that? Well, feature flags are the safest, most innovative way to continuously deliver software to end users. In this catch-all guide on feature flags, we’ll cover all the basics as well as tell you how flag-driven development can help modern software teams deliver features that are more used, stickier and ultimately more loved.
To learn more about SDM, this whitepaper will help you understand how and why SDM is evolving and the benefits it will provide to your organization. Break down the silos and see how the business of DevOps and Software Delivery Management can transform your organization into a faster software delivery machine.
The pace of software development creates challenges for businesses in addressing a continuous governance model to manage policies and risk. This eBook explains the tenets of continuous governance, how it impacts continuous everything and proposes an industry-standard governance engine architecture.
Cloud adoption is happening in every industry. However, organizations must use the cloud in ways that truly drive business value. The National Institute of Standards and Technology has identified five essential characteristics of cloud computing. Elite performers are 24x more likely to meet all five essential cloud computing characteristics than low performers. By leveraging all five essential characteristics, companies are better able to achieve elite levels of performance and make massive improvements in speed, responsiveness, scalability and customer experience. How do you rank within the five characteristics?
In this free e-book, leading experts Sacha Labourey and Nigel Willie take an in-depth look at the evolution of DevOps.
Derived from the real-world DevOps transformations of Fortune 500 companies, the DevOps Quadrant Maturity Model will jumpstart your journey to DevOps success.
This eBook examines common job requirements for release managers and describes how Adaptive Release Orchestration eliminates release anxiety by making releases systematic, predictable and repeatable.
Jenkins is one of the preeminent automation tools. Jenkins is extensible by design, using plugins. Plugins are what give Jenkins its great flexibility for automating a wide range of processes on diverse platforms. Jenkins Pipeline builds on that flexibility and rich plugin ecosystem while enabling Jenkins users to write their Jenkins automation as code. This technical guide will show a number of common use cases for plugins with Jenkins Pipeline.
Read this eBook to learn how DevOps practices and Adaptive Release Orchestration help make releases systematic, predictable and repeatable to eliminate release anxiety and allow organizations to release on business demand.
Learn why mapping and management of software value streams is so important, and how you can create living maps of your value streams that enable continuous delivery optimization.
Read this research sponsored by CloudBees and conducted by DZone. Learn what over 400 IT professionals had to say about the state of DevOps.
Transforming to a DevOps culture greatly accelerates software delivery. Yet, DevOps is a fundamental shift in how companies deliver software. More organizations realize they need to embrace DevOps or they will be left behind.
Providing enhanced services and a positive customer experience require the continual delivery of new and improved software. Telcos have many challenges – improving core services, meeting demand for new services, fending off competitors – thus, telco executives demand speed from their IT teams. Teams must build, test and release software in ever-faster cycles.
Today, every vehicle is powered by millions of lines of code. Software powers everything, from safety features to body electronics. Software is also key to meeting ever-increasing regulations, satisfying customer expectations and staying ahead of intense competition.
Continuous delivery practices return tremendous value to an organization in the form of higher software quality, reduced costs, greater data-driven decision making, easier experimentation and overall accelerated time to value.
The DevOps 2.0 Toolkit encompasses the full microservices development and deployment lifecycle using some of the latest and greatest practices and tools. You’ll take a look at Docker, Ansible, Ubuntu, Docker Swarm and Docker Compose, Consul and much more! You’ll go through many practices and even more tools. Learn more by downloading this latest toolkit.
Federal IT leaders have a difficult challenge when developing or enhancing applications — constituents want to consume digital services in the same way they consume them from companies in the private sector. Government must streamline and improve constituent digital interactions while efficiently delivering services and information.
More and more organizations recognize the value of adopting DevOps practices to accelerate delivery cycles while improving quality, reliability and security. As a result, the disparities between organizations who have begun a DevOps transformation and those who have not yet are becoming more pronounced.
It seems that everyone in IT these days is talking about DevOps. From conferences to articles and books, the term DevOps has taken the IT world by storm. So what, exactly, is it? Why should you care? Is it just a passing fad? Get all the answers to common questions about DevOps in this whitepaper.
Delivering valuable, high-quality applications to market quickly has become a top business and technology priority for banks and financial services firms of all sizes. However, finance firms are facing a number of significant challenges and concerns as they strive to become more efficient at building and launching these applications. Read this eBook to gain an understanding of the complicated landscape for all financial organizations and suggested best practices for addressing them.
This new book explains how our industry has reached the cloud native era, which impacts how software applications are developed, tested, deployed and managed.
A slow software build process can be a bottleneck in getting new functionality to market. Download this whitepaper and learn how you can run parallel builds up to 20x faster than you currently do.
Read this eBook to learn the shortfalls of traditional solutions for shortening AOSP build times and how CloudBees Accelerator cures for slow builds and long test cycles.Read this eBook to learn the shortfalls of traditional solutions for shortening AOSP build times and how CloudBees Accelerator cures for slow builds and long test cycles.