Reducing risk with continuous delivery

Reducing risk with continuous delivery

What is continuous delivery and how does it reduce risk with case studies.

This was a lunch time talk at Pivotal (http://www.meetup.com/Pivotal-Labs-Tech-Talks/)

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Joel Chippindale

November 05, 2014
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    Benefits • QA have time to check each release before

    it goes live • Marketing can announce releases • Defined process sounds reliable
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    • Bugs found in QA can delay ALL features. •

    Features may miss the ‘release window’ • How are bugs fixed that are found AFTER QA? • Scheduled downtime?
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    • Bugs found in QA can delay ALL features. •

    Features may miss the ‘release window’ • How are bugs fixed that are found AFTER QA? • Scheduled downtime?
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    Benefits • Features and bug fixes available as soon as

    they are ready • Most deployments can be made with zero downtime
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    More than 1 billion dollars worth of sales made on

    Etsy in 2012 Source: Contniuous deployment at Etsy
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