Deployment Production Line Checklist

Setup Checklist [frontend-checklist name=”Setup”] Developer Practices Checklist [frontend-checklist name=”DevPractices”] Process and Documentation Checklist [frontend-checklist name=”Processes”] Deployment Production Line Bootstrapping Checklist [frontend-checklist name=”ProductionLine”] Commit stage checklist [frontend-checklist name=”Commit”] Acceptance stage checklist [frontend-checklist name=”Acceptance”] Capacity stage checklist [frontend-checklist name=”Capacity”] Pre-production stage checklist [frontend-checklist name=”Pre-Production”] Production stage checklist [frontend-checklist name=”Production”] Self-service deployment checklist [frontend-checklist name=”Self-Service”] Crosscutting concerns checklist Read more…

Stelligent: Continuous Delivery/DevOps and Cloud Resources Reading List

Continuous Delivery/Continuous Integration Continuous Delivery (CD) Patterns and Antipatterns (Duvall): http://refcardz.dzone.com/refcardz/continuous-delivery-patterns Anatomy of a Deployment Pipeline (from CD book): http://www.informit.com/articles/article.aspx?p=1621865 Continuous Delivery Assembly Line: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=SIaVsG7m8n4 CD Reference Implementation in AWS (Duvall) Pragmatic Automation? (Duvall) DevOps is not only Infrastructure Automation (Duvall) Continuous Delivery book (Humble, Farley): http://amzn.com/0321601912/ Continuous Integration book (Duvall, et al.): http://amzn.com/0321336380/ Recipes Read more…

Continuous Integration in the Cloud

This article is the third part of the Cloud Delivery Blueprints series. It discusses how to go from no cloud infrastructure and no continuous integration set up to having a functioning Deployment Pipeline in Amazon Web Services. It discusses high level topics while also providing a reference implementation so it’s easy to follow along with. Read more…

Laying the Foundations of a Continuous Delivery Pipeline

This article is part of the Continuous Delivery Blueprints series. It discusses how to go from no cloud infrastructure and no continuous integration set up to having a functioning Continuous Delivery Pipeline in Amazon Web Services. It discusses high level topics while also providing a reference implementation so it’s easy to follow along with. You Read more…

Getting Started with AWS (the right way)

This article is part of the Continuous Delivery Blueprints series. It discusses how to go from no cloud infrastructure and no continuous integration set up to having a functioning Continuous Delivery Pipeline in Amazon Web Services. It discusses high level topics while also providing a reference implementation so it’s easy to follow along with. Everyone Read more…

Continuous Delivery in the Cloud Case Study for the Sea to Shore Alliance – Introduction (part 1 of 6)

We help companies deliver software reliably and repeatedly using Continuous Delivery in the Cloud. With Continuous Delivery (CD), teams can deliver new versions of software to production by flattening the software delivery process and decreasing the cycle time between an idea and usable software through the automation of the entire delivery system: build, deployment, test, Read more…

AWS Elastic Beanstalk

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