Patrick Debois had a quick tweet last week that cut to the core of a huge shift we've been undergoing for the past few years: Serverless are like Libraries : dependencies - Can’t wait to see the Maven equivalent
Today, we must inform you that we are retiring AnthillPro. AnthillPro 3 was introduced in 2006 as one of the first continuous delivery tools aimed at the enterprise. AnthillPro automates the process of building code into software projects and testing
Continuous Release is a Bluemix release management service that helps you coordinate and orchestrate complex releases. It works with UrbanCode Deploy and Bluemix Continuous Delivery. It helps developers, testers and release managers ship great software many teams are contributing to.
A little over a year ago, we announced "IBM UrbanCode Deploy with Patterns" which extended our release automation capabilities down the stack. With it, clients could easily spin up and update full-stack application environments (from compute-network-storage layers to application configuration).
It’s not uncommon for SaaS offerings to have dedicated instances for specific customers. Sometimes they run variants of the code, sometimes they’re on the same code base but have different outage windows or desires to take upgrades. While different instances
It's a big week with Dockercon going on, and we have some great updates. At the show, we are demoing UrbanCode Build and Deploy build containers, storing them in registries, and deploying them out through test environments and production across
"What about our compliance controls?" For DevOps evangelists, this refrain is a fear we know all too well when people from info-sec or release management first hear of DevOps. This question is a critical one, and part of a larger
At Interconnect 2015, I presented a demo showing how a team could quickly identify a lack of test environments, spin up a new one and then start deploying changes through that environment towards production. Since then, I've had a number