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Containerizing The Software Development Process

Part 1: Containers are now the de-facto standard of running modern applications on the Cloud. Containers can run every tier of an application. Containers provide a “fully baked” version of a functional component of an application thereby making it easy to deploy and execute the component. Without a baked container image, it would be hard to install and connect all the.....

Containerizing The Software Development Process

part 2:In the previous blog entry, we compared an abstracted view of a containerized Application to that of the development process itself. In this part, we will explore what are the dependencies of the software development process and how to quantify them so that we can build a similar "container" for it. Software engineers form the core of a development team. Choosing.....

Containerizing The Software Development Process

Part 3: In this section of the blog, we continue to explore the dependencies of the software development process. Development activities have become quite smooth and streamlined since the advent of the Cloud. What used to take several weeks to setup for a customer software development project takes only hours now with Cloud resources being instanced and made.....

Containerizing The Software Development Process

Part 4: In the previous parts we described the various concrete dependencies of the software development process. These dependencies can be translated to actual costs that together create the total cost of a software development project. However, to successfully execute the project and to scale it as per requirements, the final few dependencies of the development process.....

Containerizing The Software Development Process

Part 5: Thus far, we have examined and described every dimension of the software development process. Each of these is mandatory, lacking which a software project’s failure is highly likely. When a client needs to make a choice of budget and spending, it is much easier for them to see a single number instead of an array of line items each with its own variance.....