DevOps in a Regulated and Embedded Environment: Scalability and Resource Concerns
DevOps in a Regulated and Embedded Environment: Git Flow in a Regulated World
Welcome to the fourth and final post in my series, DevOps in a Regulated and Embedded Environment. In this part, we’ll look at the problems that pop up when the deploy/test environments aren’t virtualizable. I’m assuming that you’ve already read my earlier post on “Git Flow in a Regulated World”. If you haven’t, the short […]
DIREE: Some Slides to Get You Thinking
Welcome to the second post in my series, “DevOps in a Regulated and Embedded Environment”. In this part, we’ll take a look at how a normal git workflow needs to adapt in a regulatory environment, and how tooling can support the necessary changes. Namely, regulation may stop the development team from releasing a planned feature, […]
DevOps in a Regulated and Embedded Environment: What’s the Problem?
Here are some slides to an internal talk I gave on the whole embedded DevOps problem. I’ll have a lot more to say on this subject over the next couple of weeks, and at a talk I’ll be giving at AgileDC on October 24, 2016, but hopefully these slides will get you thinking. The key […]
Welcome to the first part of an ongoing series I’m calling DevOps in a Regulated and Embedded Environment. This first part looks at the particular challenges posed by a particular embedded environment. Future posts will dig into the details of how the more interesting problems were solved and what we should have done differently given […]