Continuous Delivery

Jenkins Pipeline on your Local Box to Reduce Cycle Time

I recently got the chance to present at Jenkins World 2017 in San Francisco with Luca Milanesio from GerritForge. The talk was about how we used Jenkins to reduce the life-cycle of software development in our team (video of the talk can be found here).

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Continuous Delivery

How we do: Deployment

Deployment can be a tricky topic to tackle. You want ease of use, reliability, speed and consistency, right?

The trouble is that many deployment strategies can be burdened by a slew of good ideas that don’t quite work, pipelines that have been set up in the wrong way for your project, or tight coupling to different applications that aren’t always in your control. THE OUTNET Tech team have come up with an interesting approach that has been working very well for our front-end JavaScript bundle applications, which I’d like to show you.

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Conferences

Lessons From Continuous Delivery and the Pipeline Conference

"Sponsor: NetaPorter" by Chris O'Dell is licensed under CC BY 2.0"

“Sponsor: NetaPorter” by Chris O’Dell is licensed under CC BY 2.0″

What Is Continuous Delivery?

Here at Net-a-Porter we take our software delivery very seriously, and are moving increasingly towards Continuous Delivery. For those of you who have not heard much about Continuous Delivery, or want to learn more then I’d certainly recommend reading Jez Humble’s website Continuous Delivery, and in particular taking a look at the Visualisations of Continuous Delivery which really help explain what it’s all about.

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