When you put all of the steps needed to create good software up on the board, there’s a lot of them. It’s a lot more than just writing code, or even writing requirements and stories. Around Pivotal, we think of this full, end-to-end process as the circle of code: Ideas → prioritization / planning → coding → deployment → runtime → monitoring → feedback, and back again. Richard and Coté discuss these steps and how organizations are starting to appreciate “the big picture.”
They also cover some cloud native news: Amazon buying a browser-based IDE, Cloud9; Google expanding their cloud; and Verizon’s purchase of Yahoo!
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- AWS buys Cloud9, makers of a cloud-based IDE. Also Codenvy and the related Eclipse project.
- Google add West Coast cloud spot.
- Yahoo! And Verizon love child. Coté’s collection of coverage.
- “Circle of Software,” Onsi’s talk where he outlines this concept: Ideas → prioritization / planning → coding → deployment → runtime → monitoring → feedback, and back again
- Where does friction arise in the handoffs between those stages?
- Damon Edwards value-stream talk from DevOpsDays Austin 2015.
- Is anyone currently trying to bridge the gaps? Between which stages?
- The marriage of tools and culture in making this work—if you aren’t committed to continuously delivery and using feedback to fuel the next iteration, don’t waste your time setting up this machinery
- Don’t forget! SpringOne Platform is Aug 1st to 4th. Use the code pivotal-cote-300 for $300 off registration.
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