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Tali studied theoretical mathematics at Northeastern University and loves to explore the intersection of numbers and the human condition. In her free time, she enjoys drawing and spending time with animals.

[Webinar] Quality Gates and Feedback Loops in Continuous Delivery

Quality Gates Feedback Loops

Join us on June 20th for a webinar about how teams can take their CI/CD workflow to the next level

Continuous Integration (CI) and Continuous Delivery/Deployment (CD) accelerate software development and delivery. Unfortunately, many teams aren’t doing enough to mitigate the tradeoffs that come with this new workflow. Faster development cycles and more frequent deployments are great for getting new features to your users, but oftentimes it causes code quality, and ultimately overall application quality, to decline.

Instead of letting this happen, though, many teams are practicing Continuous Reliability by implementing dynamic quality gates and feedback loops with more granular data. In fact, code quality gates and contextual feedback loops are the CI/CD building blocks that define the emerging practice of Continuous Reliability (CR). They can be the difference between hoping your code might work in production to knowing it will.

In this webinar, we will demonstrate how you can implement CR and use it to answer questions like:

  • When is it safe to promote code from one environment to another?
  • How can we improve automated tests using real production data?
  • What kind of data is needed to solve application errors?

This webinar will be hosted by Jim Walker, VP Product Marketing at OverOps, together with Mark Castillo, Solutions Engineer at OverOps.

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