Continuous Delivery

Techniques for sustainable digital delivery at scale - Ben Davison - Axiologik

Techniques for sustainable digital delivery at scale - Ben Davison - Axiologik

Techniques for sustainable digital delivery at scale - Ben Davison - Axiologik

Ben Davison of Axiologik discusses what digital is and the techniques for sustainable digital delivery at scale.

(This post is part of a collection from the Sustainable Digital Delivery event hosted by Conflux at the Leeds Digital Festival 2019)

Sustainable software delivery through operability - Matthew Skelton - Conflux

Sustainable software delivery through operability - Matthew Skelton - Conflux

Sustainable software delivery through operability - Matthew Skelton - Conflux

Matthew Skelton of Conflux discusses how a focus on operability can help to make software delivery more sustainable for organisations and teams.

(This post is part of a collection from the Sustainable Digital Delivery event hosted by Conflux at the Leeds Digital Festival 2019)

The state of DevOps in 2018 - industry insights

The state of DevOps in 2018 - industry insights

We were recently interviewed by Chris Kanaracus for the leading tech publication TechBeacon for their article How they did it: 6 companies that scaled DevOps. Here is an expanded version of the interview, covering the state of DevOps in 2018

Don’t estimate: forecast! Predicting software delivery using metrics — Martin Aspeli

Don’t estimate: forecast! Predicting software delivery using metrics — Martin Aspeli

I was fortunate to hear a talk recently by Martin Aspeli, Head of Engineering at Deloitte Digital, explaining how and why to use metrics to predict software delivery rather than estimates. Here are my brief notes:

Good logging — the foundation of operability for Serverless and IoT

Good logging — the foundation of operability for Serverless and IoT

Serverless is an emerging “new normal” for web-based applications and services where the unit of deployment and billing is a single function a few lines of code in length. Serverless enables radical transparency in billing and radical ease of use for developers; when combined with with marketplace (“app store”) offerings from cloud vendors like AWS — allowing teams to compose applications from pre-built functions rather than writing everything themselves — the Serverless provides hugely accelerated development times and (often) reduced operational cost.