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on Martin Fowler
mcfunley: 'I think at least 50% of my career has been either contributing to or unwinding one [Martin] Fowler-inspired disaster or another.'

See also: continuous deployment, polyglot programming, microservices

Relevant meme: https://twitter.com/mcfunley/status/857641303521206272/photo/1
funny  quotes  architecture  architecture-astronauts  martin-fowler  cargo-cults  coding  design-patterns  enterprise  continuous-deployment  cd  polyglot-programming  microservices  experts 
12 weeks ago by jm
Concourse
Concourse is a CI system composed of simple tools and ideas. It can express entire pipelines, integrating with arbitrary resources, or it can be used to execute one-off builds, either locally or in another CI system.
ci  concourse-ci  build  deployment  continuous-integration  continuous-deployment  devops 
march 2015 by jm
HP is trying to patent Continuous Delivery
This is appalling bollocks from HP:
On 1st March 2015 I discovered that in 2012 HP had filed a patent (WO2014027990) with the USPO for ‘Performance tests in a continuous deployment pipeline‘ (the patent was granted in 2014). [....] HP has filed several patents covering standard Continuous Delivery (CD) practices. You can help to have these patents revoked by providing ‘prior art’ examples on Stack Exchange.

In fairness, though, this kind of shit happens in most big tech companies. This is what happens when you have a broken software patenting system, with big rewards for companies who obtain shitty troll patents like these, and in turn have companies who reward the engineers who sell themselves out to write up concepts which they know have prior art. Software patents are broken by design!
cd  devops  hp  continuous-deployment  testing  deployment  performance  patents  swpats  prior-art 
march 2015 by jm
How to make breaking changes and not break all the things
Well-written description of the "several backward-compatible changes" approach to breaking-change schema migration (via Marc)
databases  coding  compatibility  migration  schemas  sql  continuous-deployment 
june 2014 by jm
deploy_to_runit
A nice node.js app to perform continuous deployment from a GitHub repo via its webhook support, from Matt Sergeant
github  node.js  runit  deployment  git  continuous-deployment  devops  ops 
january 2014 by jm
Don’t get stuck
Good description of Etsy's take on continuous deployment, committing directly to trunk, hidden with feature-flags, from Rafe Colburn
continuous-deployment  coding  agile  deployment  devops  etsy  rafe-colburn 
january 2014 by jm
Moving to Multiple Deployments Per Week at thetrainline.com
continuous delivery using Thoughtworks Go. The UI is quite similar to the internal Amazon C-D system, notably
thoughtworks  continuous-delivery  continuous-deployment  devops  deployment 
december 2013 by jm
Next Generation Continuous Integration & Deployment with dotCloud’s Docker and Strider
Since Docker treats it’s images as a tree of derivations from a source image, you have the ability to store an image at each stage of a build. This means we can provide full binary images of the environment in which the tests failed. This allows you to run locally bit-for-bit the same container as the CI server ran. Due to the magic of Docker and AUFS Copy-On-Write filesystems, we can store this cheaply.

Often tests pass when built in a CI environment, but when built in another (e.g. production) environment break due to subtle differences. Docker makes it trivial to take exactly the binary environment in which the tests pass, and ship that to production to run it.
docker  strider  continuous-integration  continuous-deployment  deployment  devops  ops  dotcloud  lxc  virtualisation  copy-on-write  images 
july 2013 by jm

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