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The guys talk to Paul Stack about Continuous Deployment.
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Herding Code 143 – Paul Stack on Continuous Delivery
- K. Scott asks Paul for a description of what Continuous Delivery is.
- Paul talks about the differences between Continuous Testing, Continuous Integration, Continuous Delivery and Continuous Deployment.
- Scott brings up the difficulties that databases bring about as it relates to deployments.
- Paul talks about how a distributed cache layer has helped alleviate those deployment problems for him.
- Jon asks how these processes lead software to have a better architecture.
- K. Scott asks how source control plays into the process.
- Paul talks about feature switching, which can be used to turn features on and off.
- Paul talks about the benefits of rapid feedback.
- There is a question from Twitter about databases and data warehousing and PowerShell equivalents of Chef and Puppet.
- Another question from related to the processes related to deploying with TFS.
- Scott talks about his experience prototyping Octopus Deploy.
- Kevin brings up the topic of rollbacks.
- Paul talks about A/B testing and canary testing.
- K. Scott asks about pushback on Continuous Delivery.
- Jon asks if it is possible to incrementally work towards Continuous Delivery.
- K. Scott asks about the pitfalls of Continuous Delivery.
- Jon asks if there are teams or situations that Continuous Delivery would not work.
- K. Scott asks about benchmarking of deployments.
- Another question from twitter related to Continuous Deployment of desktop software.
- Paul gives examples of technology making Continuous Delivery easier.
- Kevin asks if decisions made at the beginning of a project make it harder to implement Continuous Delivery.
Show notes by @rossfuhrman – thanks!
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