This morning on #c9d9 we discussed Continuous Delivery for legacy applications.
Assuming your business did not start yesterday – you probably have some of those lying around: those applications that might be poorly understood, or poorly tested, that can be cumbersome or brittle, that may be difficult to update — but that somehow – still "just work".
This is the legacy code that keeps the lights on, but that you’re afraid to touch…
How do you deal with all your pre-DevOps applications?
Should you embark on a journey to ‘DevOps’ify your legacy applications? If so, how can you bring legacy code and technical debt into the fold – as part of your CD pipelines?
On the show, we discussed:
- How do you define Legacy?
- Should you poke that bear?
- What are some of the challenges doing CI and CD for legacy apps?
- What are some of the best practices to bring DevOps practices to legacy applications — where should you start, and how to go about it?
Watch the replay of the episode:
This episode features:
Chief Architect and Consultant. Agile and DevOps Champion. Deepak also helps companies with technical strategy and process improvements.
Consultant at ThoughtWorks Australia and corsican polyglot programmer who likes to be underwater, cook, and keep his garden green.
Dev+Build+QA=#DevOps advocate. People-first technologist @ Skelton-Thatcher. Jack of all trades, master of continuous improvement.
Tarun is obsessed with high-quality working software, continuous delivery and Agile. He is a Microsoft MVP in Visual Studio Development Tools and the author of ‘DevOps & ALM with TFS 2015’
On the next episode of Continuous Discussions:
Join us on May 17, to discuss tips and best practices for offering a shared, consolidated, self-serve build/test cloud infrastructure and tool chain in your organization. (yes, it’s a mouth full, but it’s really interesting ;)).
This episode will feature:
Helping bringing #DevOps to the enterprise. Analyst @fixateio
CTO @ Addteq, specializing in DevOps & Atlassian Tools implementation.
VP of Operations at Skytap.
Phil has over 10 years of experience building the backbone of the internet – from multi-continent private cloud environments, to fully automated public cloud infrastructure powering mobile commerce APIs.
Continuous Discussions (#c9d9) is a bi-weekly series. See all episodes here.