Release Engineering Downstream of an OpenStack Project

Not everyone can save the world. Some of us need to make it worth saving. ~ Rainya à T-Mobile
22 Jul 2015
Release Engineering Downstream of an OpenStack Project
Release Engineering Downstream of an OpenStack Project
Release Engineering Downstream of an OpenStack Project
Release Engineering Downstream of an OpenStack Project
Release Engineering Downstream of an OpenStack Project
Release Engineering Downstream of an OpenStack Project
Release Engineering Downstream of an OpenStack Project
Release Engineering Downstream of an OpenStack Project
Release Engineering Downstream of an OpenStack Project
Release Engineering Downstream of an OpenStack Project
Release Engineering Downstream of an OpenStack Project
Release Engineering Downstream of an OpenStack Project
Release Engineering Downstream of an OpenStack Project
Release Engineering Downstream of an OpenStack Project
Release Engineering Downstream of an OpenStack Project
Release Engineering Downstream of an OpenStack Project
Release Engineering Downstream of an OpenStack Project
Release Engineering Downstream of an OpenStack Project
Release Engineering Downstream of an OpenStack Project
Release Engineering Downstream of an OpenStack Project
Release Engineering Downstream of an OpenStack Project
Release Engineering Downstream of an OpenStack Project
Release Engineering Downstream of an OpenStack Project
Release Engineering Downstream of an OpenStack Project
Release Engineering Downstream of an OpenStack Project
Release Engineering Downstream of an OpenStack Project
Release Engineering Downstream of an OpenStack Project
Release Engineering Downstream of an OpenStack Project
Release Engineering Downstream of an OpenStack Project
Release Engineering Downstream of an OpenStack Project
Release Engineering Downstream of an OpenStack Project
Release Engineering Downstream of an OpenStack Project
1 sur 32

Contenu connexe

Tendances

DevOpsDevOps
DevOpsYoshan madhumal
DOES15 - Elisabeth Hendrickson - Its All About FeedbackDOES15 - Elisabeth Hendrickson - Its All About Feedback
DOES15 - Elisabeth Hendrickson - Its All About FeedbackGene Kim
KEYNOTE | WHAT'S COMING IN THE NEXT 10 YEARS OF DEVOPS? // ELLEN CHISA, bolds...KEYNOTE | WHAT'S COMING IN THE NEXT 10 YEARS OF DEVOPS? // ELLEN CHISA, bolds...
KEYNOTE | WHAT'S COMING IN THE NEXT 10 YEARS OF DEVOPS? // ELLEN CHISA, bolds...DevOpsDays Tel Aviv
Principles of Continuous Delivery and DevOpsPrinciples of Continuous Delivery and DevOps
Principles of Continuous Delivery and DevOpsBert Jan Schrijver
Very first introduction to DevOps Very first introduction to DevOps
Very first introduction to DevOps Hien Nguyen
DevOps introductionDevOps introduction
DevOps introductionChristian F. Nissen

Similaire à Release Engineering Downstream of an OpenStack Project

AMIS 25: DevOps Best Practice for Oracle SOA and BPMAMIS 25: DevOps Best Practice for Oracle SOA and BPM
AMIS 25: DevOps Best Practice for Oracle SOA and BPMMatt Wright
Devops Strategy Roadmap Lifecycle Ppt Powerpoint Presentation Slides Complete...Devops Strategy Roadmap Lifecycle Ppt Powerpoint Presentation Slides Complete...
Devops Strategy Roadmap Lifecycle Ppt Powerpoint Presentation Slides Complete...SlideTeam
intro to DevOpsintro to DevOps
intro to DevOpsMujahed Al-Tahle
BuildingBlocksEbook-Sept2019.pdfBuildingBlocksEbook-Sept2019.pdf
BuildingBlocksEbook-Sept2019.pdfAndri Muhyidin
Agile & DevOps - It's all about project successAgile & DevOps - It's all about project success
Agile & DevOps - It's all about project successAdam Stephensen
DevOps Culture transformation in Modern Software DeliveryDevOps Culture transformation in Modern Software Delivery
DevOps Culture transformation in Modern Software DeliveryNajib Radzuan

Dernier

h2 meet pdf test.pdfh2 meet pdf test.pdf
h2 meet pdf test.pdfJohnLee971654
web test repair.pptxweb test repair.pptx
web test repair.pptxYuanzhangLin
Scaling out with WordPressScaling out with WordPress
Scaling out with WordPressKonstantin Kovshenin
Elevate Your Enterprise with FME 23.1Elevate Your Enterprise with FME 23.1
Elevate Your Enterprise with FME 23.1Safe Software
Keynote: Two years at the British Library... and counting / Alan Danskin (Bri...Keynote: Two years at the British Library... and counting / Alan Danskin (Bri...
Keynote: Two years at the British Library... and counting / Alan Danskin (Bri...CILIP MDG
Experts Live Europe 2023 - Ensure your compliance in Microsoft Teams with Mic...Experts Live Europe 2023 - Ensure your compliance in Microsoft Teams with Mic...
Experts Live Europe 2023 - Ensure your compliance in Microsoft Teams with Mic...Jasper Oosterveld

Release Engineering Downstream of an OpenStack Project

Notes de l'éditeur

  1. References: http://www.keirsey.com
  2. Identifiability Being able to identify all of the source, tools, environment, and other components that make up a particular release. Reproducibility The ability to integrate source, third party components, data, and deployment externals of a software system in order to guarantee operational stability. Consistency The mission to provide a stable framework for development, deployment, audit and accountability for software components. Agility
  3. References: https://wiki.openstack.org/wiki/Releases
  4. References: http://docs.openstack.org/infra/manual/developers.html http://stackalytics.com/report/reviews/nova/open http://stackalytics.com/report/reviews/glance/open http://stackalytics.com/report/reviews/neutron/open
  5. References: http://www.slideshare.net/evandrix/simple-made-easy
  6. References: http://www.rainyamosher.com/how-the-taoist-farmer-faces-the-edge/ http://www.radicallyhuman.com/downloads/change_talkmx2013_nelson.pdf
  7. https://groups.google.com/forum/#!msg/comp.lang.c++/rYCO5yn4lXw/oITtSkZOtoUJ
  8. WHAT methodology you choose to follow is far less important than adopting a framework everyone can get behind, from the entry level software devs to the senior leader of the organization. SDLC Frameworks are a starting point, not the end result. Whichever you chose probably won’t be a perfect fit out of the box. Expect to iterate and tweak the framework to find the best fit for your organization and team. Unless it’s throw away work, push for simplicity over easy first and foremost. Ease will come with time and the technical debt you DON’T incur.
  9. intro (why i am qualified to talk about this shit); SDLC -- what the hell does "agile" even mean?; BRDS -- why you need build release and deploy systems; Culture - DevOps, release management, change