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DevOps Development Best Practices UK

A set of best practices for the development of software in a DevOps environment

Bart de Best

Paperback / Ingenaaid | Engels
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Omschrijving

The world of software development is changing rapidly, Development (Dev) and Operations (Ops) are increasingly integrated so that solutions can be offered faster to consumers and with higher quality. Many programmers wonder what new insights there are in the filed of software development to realize a higher time to market and higher quality. This book provides an answer to this question. This book consists four core chapters namely: 1. Continuous Planning 2. Continuous Documentation 3. Continuous Testing 4. Continuous Integration Each of these core chapters describe a number of best practices based on a definition, this risks that have to be managed, the anti-pattern and the pattern. In this way you are quickly up-to-date in the field of DevOps development.

Drs. Ing. B. de Best RI has been active in ICT since 1985. He worked primarily with the top 100 of Dutch business and government organizations. He has acquired experience in different roles within all aspects of system development, including operations for 12 years. After that, he focused on the subject of service management. Currently, as a consultant, he is active in all aspects of the knowledge management cycle of service management, such as training ICT managers and service managers, advising service management organisations, improving service management processes and outsourcing (parts of) service management organisations.

Specificaties
  • Uitgever
    Leonon Media
  • Druk
    1
  • Verschenen
    jan. 2021
  • Bladzijden
    84
  • Genre
    Educational: Mathematics, science & technology, general
  • EAN
    9789492618184
  • Bindwijze
    Paperback / Ingenaaid
  • Taal
    Engels

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