Continuous Deployment at IMVU: Doing the impossible fifty times a day. « Timothy Fitz
Continuous Deployment isn’t just an abstract theory. At IMVU it’s a core part of our culture to ship. It’s also not a new technique here, we’ve been practicing continuous deployment for years; far longer than I’ve been a member of this startup.
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"On average we deploy new code fifty times a day. So what magic happens in our test suite that allows us to skip having a manual Quality Assurance step in our deploy process? The magic is in the scope, scale and thoroughness. It’s a thousand test files and counting. 4.4 machine hours of automated tests to be exact. "Quality Assurance Tools for PHP - Sebastian Bergmann
eployment script. At IMVU, we built a serious deployment script that incrementally deploys software machine-by-machine and monitors the health of the cluster and the business along the way so that it can do a fast-revert if something looks amiss. We call it a cluster immune system. But we didn’t start out that way. In fact, attempting to build a complex deployment system like that from scratch is a bad idea.
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The goal of continuous deployment is to help development teams drive waste out of their process by simultaneously reducing the batch size and increasing the tempo of their work.
the more he says it, the more it makes sense