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Debugging a DSC script for Release Management

When preparing a DSC script for deploying an application using Release Management it is often handy to test and debug that script locally. Nobody writes code that works the first time, right? 399 more words

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Automate Cloud and On-Premise Virtual Machine Deployments with CHEF

Significantly decrease time to deploy, increase consistency, and simplify management of Virtual Machine deployments in the Cloud and On Premise by utilizing Configuration Management solutions like… 857 more words


Making Application Release Automation (ARA) easy with DROPS (Part 2)

In Making Application Release Automation (ARA) easy with DROPS (Part 1) , I shared a first overview of the DROPS solution. A careful reader would note it stopped just before the deployment of my application took place. 351 more words

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Build, Test, Deploy, Repeat – Slides from my Techorama session

Techorama is a new international developer conference that was born in 2014. It is a conference that is organized by 3 community-driven techies, Pieter Gheysens, Gill Cleeren and Kevin DeRudder and brings inspiring keynotes, deep-dive developer sessions, integration scenarios and best practices. 98 more words


Making Application Release Automation (ARA) easy with DROPS (Part 1)

I found myself upskilling pretty easily and quickly while learning the DROPS Software, the Release Management solution: the product is easy to understand and I could get started and deploy applications in a limited time. 389 more words

Application Release Automation

How Do You Know Your Release is on Track?

I’ve worked with many teams new to Agile who jump to declare: “We’re Agile.  So, we can’t tell you when the release will be ready.”  That’s unfortunate for many reasons including: 588 more words

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A Step into the Agile world

For some, the term Agile may be a foreign concept. Like me, early on in my career, many are thrown into the agile way of doing software development. 612 more words