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Meet up

Keeping your continuous integration / continuous deployment system as fast as it needs to be

Thursday, 18th February at CodeNode, London

This meetup was organised by ACCU London in February 2016

Keeping your continuous integration / continuous deployment system as fast as it needs to be

Continuous Deployment has helped deliver better applications faster. However, many teams are finding that CD becomes harder as the application grows and in order to fix it they break down the product into modules that are only manually integrated.

In this presentation Abraham Marin-Perez will show a way in which CD can be scaled up so you can keep growing your application without sacrificing quality. He will also introduce a number of metrics that you can use to assess the health of your CD system: as with any performance goal, measuring is key.

Abraham Marin-Perez

Abraham Marin-Perez is a Java programmer and enthusiastic agilist. Abraham's main focus is finding out what maximises a team's capacity to deliver in the long term, looking at the technical aspects (like fully automated CI/CD) to the psychological ones (like matching personality types), and then everything in between.

Attending Members

Overview

Keeping your continuous integration / continuous deployment system as fast as it needs to be

Continuous Deployment has helped deliver better applications faster. However, many teams are finding that CD becomes harder as the application grows and in order to fix it they break down the product into modules that are only manually integrated.

In this presentation Abraham Marin-Perez will show a way in which CD can be scaled up so you can keep growing your application without sacrificing quality. He will also introduce a number of metrics that you can use to assess the health of your CD system: as with any performance goal, measuring is key.

Abraham Marin-Perez

Abraham Marin-Perez is a Java programmer and enthusiastic agilist. Abraham's main focus is finding out what maximises a team's capacity to deliver in the long term, looking at the technical aspects (like fully automated CI/CD) to the psychological ones (like matching personality types), and then everything in between.

Who's coming?

Attending Members