How a flawed CI/CD process can blow you off
Everyone is aware about the benefits which Continuous Delivery (CD) and Continuous Integration (CI) can bring to any organisation but nobody talks about the day-today obstacles where if the process of CI/CD not followed seriously, can turn out to be a myth/fallacy.
Things can go wrong if following things are not properly designed/configured:
- End-To-End Pipeline setup
- Deployment Schedule (Daily vs weekly vs fortnightly deployments)
- Two-way compatibility (Code vs Schema change)
- Trunk based development vs Multiple Branches
- Discipline around feature Flags
- Deployment Downtimes (blue-green deployments)
- Discipline around Test Automation
Join us and learn the loopholes and the barriers in the Continuous Delivery/Continuous Integration process as we share our personal experiences.
Outline/structure of the Session
Quick introduction to Continuous Delivery (CD) and Continuous Integration (CI) development practice.
The importance of Continuous Delivery (CD) and Continuous Integration (CI) process in agile in a right way.
Things to be taken care of when implementing CI/CD in a project.
Challenges faced in the CI/CD process and how to overcome them.
The attendees will learn:
- things to be taken care of when implementing CI/CD in a project.
- the hurdles in the process of CI/CD and how to overcome them.
Scrum leads who are trying to adapt to CI/CD, Stakeholders, Business Analysts, Developers, Quality Analysts, DevOps
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I have been meditating since quite some time now. Meditation gives me peace of mind. It allows me to be more conscious and aware of things around me. Interestingly, I have experienced the benefits in Coaching & Mentoring, in Testing and also in Automation activities on Agile projects.
In this talk, I will be sharing how Meditation helped me in Testing on Agile projects - while working on various activities that help my team build a Quality product. I will also be sharing experiences of the way we approach certain testing activities - and how that correlates to the conscious mind, or not! These experiences can be applicable to any role on Agile projects.
PS: I will be referring to some Meditation techniques that work for me. This is not about any religion / faith / practice.