Wednesday, February 19, 2020 in DevOps ConceptsYou are responsible product manager. You carefully hone your multiple ideas. You split test (A-B test) to refine and pick the best ones to invest. You build out the winner. You make your big release … and it flopped. What happened!? You put in all the effort to make sure this won’t happen, and yet it did. Getting the right data. What you didn’t know was that several of your tests had a small cosmetic bug on one treatment.
Monday, February 03, 2020 in DevOps ConceptsReleases had been delayed, slow, and buggy. You fought that for awhile and then adopted the magic of DevOps, which promised automated pipelines to get fast feedback. This also was supposed to give the developers the ability to easily fix production problems when they happened. After all of that, you find yourself rushing to make quick fixes while the system keeps telling you that it’s still broken. This churn wastes development time, promises 2am work on live-site issues, and inures people to the red light.