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Containers are an increasingly important way for developers to package and deploy applications. Amazon Container Services are highly scalable, easy to use container management and registry services. AWS offers multiple container services, like Amazon ECS, Amazon Elastic Container Services for Kubernetes (Amazon EKS), and AWS Fargate to help you run containers in production. AWS Marketplace, a curated digital catalog, has just announced first batch of trusted container products. Container products are offered in popular categories such...

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One of the major cost factors in integrating with 3rd party tools and services in your application is the availability of the tool in your dev/test environment.  Whether there is a cost to use the tool in pre-production or there is downtime for that 3rd party causing an interruption to your schedule, both situations cost time and money in the application development cycle. The answer to this is not to pull back from 3rd party integrations, it’s to...

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About 20-years ago, cars just had one processor in them. Now cars have over forty processors and more than 100 million lines of code, five times the amount of code in a Boeing 747. Leading companies like General Motors are reinventing themselves by bringing more software development in-house as a competitive differentiator to address this trend. This involves rethinking the way they build applications for the cars themselves, and the business processes involved in building,...

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The Hitch-hiker’s Guide to Continuous Delivery Hopefully, having read the title to this article, you are now picturing in your mind the front cover of the Hitch-hiker’s Guide to the Galaxy. If so, there is hope for you my friend! In said guide, I have it on good authority that the entry for “Continuous Delivery” reads thus: “A right royal pain in the caboose brought to you by the same geniuses that, having inflicted Agile...

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Continuous Testing: Build The Thing Right & Build the Right Thing In the world of DevOps and Continuous Delivery, testing has quickly emerged to be the bottleneck to the process that aims to constantly put new features into the hands of users. Not surprisingly, Continuous Testing has now become a “buzz-word worthy” concept.    What is continuous testing and why should business owners care? What are its business benefits? What is continuous testing? The Definitive Guide For Continuous Testingdescribes it as follows – “Continuous...

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They say that “old habits die hard,” and recently I learned this is truly the case in Software Development as I met with a large enterprise organization in the financial services space. As I sat across the conference room from these DevOps leaders, they laid out their story of how they were trying to define the role of QA in their DevOps transformation journey within the IT organization. Continuous Testing was front and center of our conversation. Why is...

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Continuous Testing – Have Agile & DevOps Fallen Short? If we practice Agile and DevOps, why do we now need Continuous Testing? Well, as enterprise organizations try to measure the impact that Agile had towards achieving business agility, most are realizing it didn’t fully deliver on the promise. Consensus seems to be Agile has certainly accelerated the process of turning a business idea into application code, but it stopped there. DevOps came in to fix the rest...