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Sessione "Continuous delivery 101" tenuta da Matteo Emili all'evento "ALM@Work" di DomusDotNet il 28/09/2012

Sessione "Continuous delivery 101" tenuta da Matteo Emili all'evento "ALM@Work" di DomusDotNet il 28/09/2012

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  • 1. Continuous Delivery 101 Matteo Emili http://blogs.ugidotnet.org/j3r http://mattvsts.blogspot.com matteo.emili@domusdotnet.org @MattVSTS
  • 2. Grazie agli sponsor
  • 3. Monitor Operate Working software in production Value realization
  • 4. What is it?• A methodology of automation • No more unexpected problems at deployment time Solution• A quality enhancer • Early fails are the best way of understanding systems’ complexity• A business driver • You spent a hour fixing a bug, but the fix won’t be out before the first patch (average waiting?)
  • 5. What is it not?ContinuousIt doesn’t deploy!Integration ProblemContinuous DeploymentDeploy is tied to a certain environment
  • 6. Incremental changesLess overall defect rate in the systemFast feedback from the customer
  • 7. DEMOContinuous Delivery basics Implementing Continuous Delivery
  • 8. There is more to be added• Web.config transformations• Custom MSBuild tasks• Custom WF activities• They might incur in friction!
  • 9. Link: Community TFS BuildExtensions• Community-driven workflow activities• Tons of contribution from Blue Badges and MVPs (Mike Fourie, Richard Fennell, Ed Blankenship)• http://tfsbuildextensions.codeplex.com/
  • 10. Case study: ACME CorpACME Corporation is a company willing toemploy the newest technologies in themarket to maximize earningsThey invested in Windows Azure withsatisfaction......they want more, with Visual Studio ALM2012
  • 11. Technical scenario• Windows Azure Web Sites • ASP .NET• Visual Studio ALM 2012 • Visual Studio 2012 Ultimate • Team Foundation Service • Team Build 2012
  • 12. Team Foundation Service + Azure• We can link a Team Foundation Service team project to a Windows Azure website• Automatic deploy, redeployments, etc.
  • 13. DEMOContinuous Delivery in the cloud Team Foundation Service and Windows Azure
  • 14. On premise…and in the cloud• On premise we can get 100% flexibility, but with a higher complexity rate• The cloud avoids this giving us some infrastructural constraints
  • 15. No friction• Continuous Delivery allows to create the most friction-less process for software development• Technologies can be a great aid (VSTLM…)
  • 16. RoundtableQuestions? Doubts?“Not useful!” “Willing to see more!”