Greg from Heroku explains how one of their customers built an IoT solution that uses Heroku’s managed Kafka service, Amazon S3 for data storage, and Amazon Redshift for analytics. Learn more here – amzn.to/2llm3QQ.
Delivering the code to from the development environment to staging and production, usually tends to involve a series of manual steps, tweaking, fairy dust, and hoping for the best. Developers all dream for Continuous Delivery, where a good chunk of this work has been automated, and at the push of a button, it all happens. […]
Continuous delivery at its best is about delivering — in very short cycles — usable software to each stage of the development pipeline, and striving for the end-goal of frequent high-quality production deployments. By running pull request code in disposable environments, in conjunction with CI, the broader team can make decisions based on working software […]