Questions tagged [continuous-delivery]

Continuous Delivery is an emerging area of software development, which takes continuous integration one step further. Software teams practicing continuous delivery create build pipelines that enable them to integrate, test, and deploy their software products with high frequency.

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Should I pull to the another job workspace or should I push from it the 2nd job dependencies?

I have a question regarding CI/CD procedure. I do have 2 Jenkins jobs, the 1st one will build a binary file who is a dependency to the 2nd job build successfully. Should I push this binary from 1st ...
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Git Tagging for SaaS application with CD and SemVer

I'm developing a SaaS application where I'm required to keep track and publish every change in a changelog. I've started to follow a Semantic Versioning approach and also using Continuous Delivery. ...
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What is the best GIT workflow with CI/CD with submodules in a master to a test environment and a stable branch to a production environment?

We have a several GIT repos in Azure DevOps with .NET Core web applications that are related to each other with the use of submodule (we used autocreation of NuGet Packages in a private NuGet store, ...
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How to deploy new versions of software applications while allow old versions running?

Let me use Wine as an example. Wine on Ubuntu uses the server-client architecture. While I am using wine on Ubuntu to run some .exe programs, I upgrade wine. While I am able to continuously running ...
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Exact gap from Continuous Integration to Continuous Delivery

I have read some blog articles, papers and books about Continuous Integration and Continuous Delivery, but I still can't find a point where you could say this is where CI ends and CD starts. I ...
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Twelve-Factor App: Dependency Managment and binaries

As I was reading an update on an issue in github an user suggested me to read the '12factor' principles. While I was reading it I started having some questions on some concepts written in the ...
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Canary Deployment by user with HA Proxy

I've got an app that uses HA Proxy as reverse proxy in order to route external calls to internal services within it. There would be the need to implement a canary deployment with a fine selection of ...
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Blurred lines between deployment (Terraform) and build processes (Bazel) leading to an awkward build and release process

I am building a system that consists of multiple programs on many machines, some cloud services (such as RDS) and so on. In an ideal world, I would like to supply some configuration (e.g. deployment ...
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How to properly handle deployment configuration for Xamarin Forms app

We are currently working on a Xamarin Forms (.NET Core) application. We use Microsofts DevOps for the code repo, building and deployment. Since we want to test newly developed features in a safe ...
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AWS codepipeline deployment

I currently have an AWS Codepipeline that is setup to automatically pull an Express, NodeJS API and deploy it with Lambda and API Gateway. It pulls the code from my GitHub repo production branch and ...
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How do you accomplish continuous delivery as a central services team?

We are a central team, responsible for around 10 services. Other parts of our company depend on these 10 services to write their applications, and we often have to collaborate on new features before ...
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Are CCQ (Continuous Code Quality) tools like SonarQube expected to deny version control changes? [closed]

I am getting into SonarQube and everything looks quite and simple so far, but I am not sure what is the final purpose of CCQ overall. Yes it gives you a lot of tips about whats going on inside your ...
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Is it a good idea to lock svn

I have to define the new way of working for a development team which goes from a one man unit, to a distributed team with programmers al over the world. The team will work with svn. This is a non-...
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Would This Workflow Work For a Distributed Team With CI/CD

Because the reaction of @DanCornilescu I understood that my question was not clear. That is why I edited the question heavily. I was brought in on a project where there was only one developer. All ...
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Multiple apk's on Play Store for multiple feature testing

We have different teams working on multiple features. The feature release dates for each team are simultaneous. I want to create a mechanism so that each team is able to push an APK to the Play Store ...
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continuous deployment of web application built with multiple packages

Our react web application is broken down to multiple components. Some of these components are part of the same git mono repo and some live in a different repo. Now, to implement a bug fix we have to ...
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Git Flow w/ VSTS Build Pipelines

I am trying to marry the git flow approach (w/ dev, test, uat, staging, prod env) & automated build and releases in Visual Studio Team System (VSTS). Slightly struggling due to VSTS needing a ...
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How do I automate build-publish tasks for my web server?

I'm developing a node.js web server which will have built source code of server and client part at once. I mean, my web server is on the isomorphic level. this means editing source code of client part ...
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Where in your pipeline does a company that does X+ of deployments per day deal with running E2E/UA Tests [closed]

The ideal goal for my system is the ability to perform an arbitrary number of deployments per day to production while making sure each 'push' goes through the full test suite to make sure it holds up ...
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Should default configuration for deployed services be set as per production usage?

Today, I and my colleague had a difference of opinion regarding the usage of default values in software configuration. We both agreed that for a consumer software, the default configuration should be ...
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Integration of code generators in CI / CD pipeline

In my company, I'm currently working on a project with some (REST) web services involved. The development is based on the OpenAPI specification and the Swagger tooling. The target platform is an ...
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Can we interrupt our service if we use CI/CD

I am a consultant for a large organization. I work with CI/CD. Now sometimes the organization actually interrupts its services for upgrading the systems - I never do that with my own apps (where I use ...
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Why the devops pipeline reads “Code, Build, Integrate, Test”..why build is second?

I might be missing something but I do not get why in the commonly described worklow the Build follows the Code phases. I mean, isn't it the other way around? We code, we integrate the changes, build ...
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Unit testing and other forms of testing

This may be a silly question but if I have good unit test coverage, does that mean I can reduce the amount of, or remove completely, functional and integration testing. When people talk about having a ...
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Continuous Deployment Database Project VSTS

Looking for continuous deployment strategies regarding SQL server database projects targeting Azure SQL using VSTS. My scenario... Using VSTS for CI/CD Using a SQL Server Database Project to define ...
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Should Java (fat) JARs be published before containerization?

There doesn't seem to be a lot of literature around the best practices when it comes to containerization of Java applications and I'm curious as to what the logical approaches are. It used to be that ...
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Distinction between continuous delivery and continuous deployment to production

According to Jez Humble, Continuous Delivery involves "ensuring our code is always in a deployable state" [1], and according to Humble's Thoughtworks colleage Martin Fowler "the key test is that a ...
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shared CD (Continuous Deployment) for multiple Git repositories

Long story short What is the best way to design a shared CD for multiple Git repositories (frontend and backend)? I'm struggling to find the best design for our CD. The whole picture (The details ...
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What does “continuous” mean in “continuous deployment”, “continuous delivery” and “continuous integration”?

What does "continuous" mean in "continuous deployment", "continuous delivery" and "continuous integration"? What is it opposed to? Does "continuous" make "deployment", "delivery" and "integration" ...
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Is there an intermediate computing model between docker containers and xen hypervisors?

Docker is amazing. You can use it to replicate production and all its quirks on your local machine. Then you can deploy that instance straight through all the staging workflows super-quick. Ie your ...
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What is the scope of blue/green deployments in large-scale environments?

In my past experience, the way we enabled blue/green style deployments was to provision some servers for the new release that were copies of that app's production environment servers, deploy the new ...
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Is it crazy to move deployment logic into test suite …?

We're using (and loving) the jest test framework. Most of our tests are nice compartmentalized good-code-hygiene style unit tests. However we've also written some service level tests (setting up ...
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Automated Hotfix Release with Semantic Versioning based off of Master Branch

I have a Python script that lives in my CI pipeline that is responsible for publishing branches and tags, publishing AAR's to our Maven Artifactory, uploading Javadoc, etc. We used to follow a ...
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Whats the difference between staging and UAT environments?

I know we should have at least 3 different environments while developing a solution: Development: The programmers are free to change and push changes any time in order to quickly test their code and ...
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What are Build Teams, Build Farms and Build Servers?

I was watching this video to learn about how to use Docker and Jenkins. This guy immediately started talking about concepts I never heard before (well, I'm still in college), which really caught my ...
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Continues Delivery, build once or build per environment

We are having a debate in our teams at the moment around the best process for building our software. My team is following gitflow and building once at the start of the deployment pipeline and ...
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Branching model for flexible feature delivering (git)

Suppose I have 2 features to be delivered (A and B). I have two primary branches (develop & master) for staging and production servers and 2 feature branches (features/a and features/b). When a ...
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How to rollback rejected features by QA in a Continuous Delivery scenario?

As I am looking more and more into Continuous Delivery for our organisation, I struggle to understand how we can effectively incorporate manual QA testing before a release is pushed out into ...
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TODO comments with deadlines?

Background I'm working in a team that's looking to implement zero-downtime deployments. We're planning on using a blue/green deployment strategy in order to achieve this. One of the things I'm ...
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CI/CD & source control process using Git and VSTS

We are trying get our CI/CD up and running and I was after some feedback on it. We are using VSTS and building c# api + JavaScript applications. We want to use VSTS build and Release management. ...
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How can I apply CI/CD to a 'flexible' development process

I've been reading quite a bit, but I can't find any articles that fit our use case (maybe I'm blind), I'm after some suggestions or articles to read. We have a couple of outsource teams who currently ...
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Jenkins: rsync from built workspace or pull from original repository and build again

I'm currently setting up a Jenkins pipeline for a web application and am wondering which methods of deployment are most common or recommended. Currently Jenkins polls the SCM for new commits and ...
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How to maintain database script for continuous delievery?

We are working on one legacy framework and it is continuously evolving. Problem 1 : If somebody want to run the application with latest code then he/she spend lots of time in doing so (like somebody ...
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Where does Behat/Mink fit into the CI/CD pipeline

So I have a project which has BDD tests with Behat/Mink. The scenarios which I have use mink, and so require the testable code to be deployed so that Mink can actually test the pages. I'm wondering ...
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Deploy Jenkins manually or using orchestration?

So for my company's deployment pipeline (which is evolving towards CI+CD), I'm being asked to deploy a Jenkins server. As it happens, all the staging and production servers are already being deployed ...
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How to convert the last rc (or other pre-release) into the production version using semver?

Semantic versioning encourages using suffixes to indicate pre-releases: alpha, beta or rc builds. Their purpose is well known and documented. It's also a given that once you create a build or version,...
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How to manage dependencies for microservices?

We are in the process of slowly splitting out a monolithic application to smaller services and one of the debates we are having is how to manage dependencies. The challenge we have is that service A ...
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Is it a bad idea to use a Beta warning on an onworking web application?

I'm currently working on an online app that includes many fairly new (for the company) features and they fall outside my expertise area by far, which means the edges may not be really well rounded yet....
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Managing release configurations when using TFS Build

The organisation I work for currently uses web deploy to release to different environments. Configuration of web applications (connection strings, service url's, and so on) is managed using solution ...
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How to test configuration changes in a service?

What is the best approach to testing a service when you add a new configuration? For example my service offers a service to a customer and based on the customer configuration, it will offer a ...