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Published on Nov 20, 2017
Developing an app being a consumer product means working under constant pressure to frequently release features that bring value to customers. Several-months-long development with no release to production happens very seldom in the aforementioned context. How to cope with a need for speed of releasing an app eg. once a week? If you look at what happens in a ‘backend world’, DevOps is the new hype giving a promise to deliver value in a stable way very often. However, DevOps is very often associated mistakenly only with Continuous Integration and Continuous Delivery. I will be talking about increasing overall flow of value to customers, shortening feedback loops from customers and building an organization which is optimized for speed and stability. Moreover, what practices considered with DevOps in a ‘backend world’ are valid in a 'mobile world'? On the other hand, what practices need to be re-thought taking into account the mobile context? I will not be able to answer all the questions as I don’t know all the answers. However, the answers I have are based on what Facebook, Netflix, Etsy and - where applicable - Seqr do, don’t do or were doing wrong. The goal of my talk is to help people to understand DevOps comprehensively and how it fits into mobile context. I will refer to certain technologies as examples but will not discuss them in detail.