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Planning a large-scale deployment strategy with DevOps can help you maintain your reputation of releasing high-quality applications to clients. These tips can eliminate interruptions to your products, which improves your reputation among clients. Reputation is a critical part of finding and keeping clients in any industry.
Code review is important for any team with multiple developers. The purpose of code review is to identify and flag changes to the working code.
Branching is used to split the working code apart from the edited code*. Branching is particularly useful when you have different versions of the application or upcoming features.
merge back into a unified version of working code. This process of editing, branching, reviewing, and merging allows teams to handle many feature updates and bug fixes without sacrificing stability.
Version control also increases transparency along the development pipeline. Teams can easily track changes to know exactly what updates are being considered.
Culture is the #1 success factor in DevOps. Building a culture of shared responsibility, transparency and faster feedback is the foundation of every high performing DevOps team.
Speed is everything. Teams that practice DevOps release more frequently, with higher quality and stability.
The team with the fastest feedback loop is the team that thrives. Full transparency and seamless communication enable DevOps teams to minimize downtime and resolve issues faster than ever before.
Unplanned work is a reality that every team faces–a reality that most often impacts team productivity.
The first environment we create is dedicated to testing. Within the testing environment, our team can use scripts to edit and test new features.
The QC environment gives our team an opportunity to make sure that new features provide their intended functions. This is also where the team identifies and fixes bugs.
When the QC stage is complete, the application should move on to a production environment.
For example, if a developer has an idea about a new feature, the conversation should include development and operations teams.
Clear communication also eliminates the risk of rewriting the same code twice or more.
A single channel for communication allows developers to see all processes in the deployment process.
Updates may cause speed degradation and similar issues that ruin the customer’s experience. Fortunately, you can catch these issues in the production environment with monitoring tools.
Monitoring tools allow you to analyze data transfer speeds, application functions, and other information to find bugs that your team may have missed earlier in the deployment pipeline.
Using great DevOps tools makes sure that none of these problems are permanent. You can use rollback features to revert back to your last functional version of code.
Complexity is the enemy of security. Code should be developed in line with good practice, so it can be extended and maintained effectively.
Loss or compromise of access credentials, or breach of the underlying service may allow attackers to modify your codebase without your knowledge.
There are huge efficiency savings to be had from automating functions such as building code, running tests and deploying reference environments.
All code is susceptible to bugs and security vulnerabilities. This is a fact of life.
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