DZone has recently released the latest version of their free DevOps report: “The DZone Guide to DevOps: Continuous Delivery and Automation, Volume IV”, a collection of articles, reports and surveys by IT experts.
DevOps does not need introductions anymore in 2017 – it has become the “new normal” in software development and is a permanent topic of discussion. The collected articles explore the current state of DevOps, including industry challenges, best practices, and solutions with a focus on continuous delivery and automation.
We have contributed a piece to the DZone guide as well. Manuel Pais and Matthew Skelton collaborated on an article about “Continuous Delivery Anti-Patterns”. They have explored the “unintentional” and often hard-to-notice anti-patterns that might emerge when adopting a “DevOps one-stop shop” solution, such as: Environment-Driven Pipelines or Error Handling and Logging Behind Closed Doors. (Previously, Matthew Skelton has delivered several talks on other Continous Delivery anti-patterns we’ve seen in our experience, see the slides from IP EXPO Europe for example.)
The article was published in the guide and separately here: https://dzone.com/articles/continuous-delivery-anti-patterns.
The other contributors to “The DZone Guide to Continuous Delivery” include Anders Wallgren (CTO, Electric Cloud) – “Microservices And Docker At Scale”, Job van der Voort (VP of Product, GitLab) – “9 Benefits Of Continuous Integration”, Christian Posta (Principal Middleware Architect at Red Hat and Open-Source Enthusiast) – “Why Microservices Should Be Event Driven” and many more!
Download the guide now via the DZone website:
We have been featured in two other guides previously as well:
“The DZone Guide To Continuous Delivery, Vol III”
“The DZone Guide To Continuous Delivery, 2015 Edition”
At Skelton Thatcher Consulting we can help you accelerate your Continuous Delivery and DevOps initiatives through workshops, tools on-boarding, training, and demonstrations. Contact the team here.