We’re thrilled to host our first Mobile DevOps Meetup in Berlin where we will discuss how companies should improve their mobile performance metrics and how to efficiently monitor various performance aspects of mobile apps, games and websites. Interested? Register here and join us.
Container technology and products aren’t new anyhow in mobile development today. The LXCs – Linux containers – which combine certain important kernel components to isolate resources have been around for a decade or so. But to get container technology for everyone the use of popular containerization products such as Docker have helped many of mobile developers to build clean and separated environments where things just work like “on my machine”.
In this blog, we’ll take a look at some technical aspects of containers and how to use those as part of your mobile app testing process.
The Mobile DevOps is a practice of bringing the different disciplines involved in developing, testing, releasing and operating software into a functional inside organizations – or by a team that works closely together. By bringing together developers (Dev) and operations (Ops), the team is able to continuously deliver their product based on continuous feedback and iteration. And as always, there are different practices, habits and different flavors of adopted company cultures that set the behavior for an actual process and daily doing.
In this blog, we’ll take a look at the most common and widely accepted Mobile DevOps ‘process’ with its steps and what those mean. In addition, the focus is to provide insights on how enterprises can get rid of ‘siloes’ inside their organizations for dynamic development, testing, deployment and monitoring.
Thank you all for attending our latest webinar – Exercising and Scaling Up Mobile DevOps in the Enterprise. Mobile DevOps is getting more attentions than ever before – Lots of enterprises have adopted or at least have been looking for the solutions to introduce DevOps process for the mobile team.
Reserve your seat now and mark it on your calendar! Our next webinar will cover how organizations, especially Enterprises, can adopt mobile devops practices and what tools, technologies should be utilized to help the transition to mobile devops. The webinar will include a Q&A session at the end so join us to ask our expert if you are involved in bringing mobile devops to your company.
There has been lots of articles and discussion how mobile devops practices can be adopted, integrated with existing processes, and even how to make use of resources efficient and beneficial for organizations. On the contrary, there has been very little discussion WHY mobile devops can make a difference to organizations striving to enable their IT, operations and development, to be well integrated with their business goals.
In this article, we’ll take a look what are top reasons for mobile development teams to adopt efficient mobile devops practices in order to become more productive with their execution – and WHY this all makes sense for mobile development.
The mobile workflow has been improving a lot. If there would be only two things to thank for this achievement, no doubt those would be the continuous integration adoption as a part of the mobile development workflow and use of agile and mobile devops types of cultures inside organizations. In these, the automation is the key for successful app development, testing, deployment and eventually monitoring of it running in the user context.
The mobile app quality has become crucial factor for success in mobile ecosystem. From indie developers to SMB-sized app/game studios and larger corporations pushing apps for users in various app subverticals (banks, retail, insurance, travel, and a dozen of others), they all understand what gaining a five star feedback for their app means.
We’ll take a look at how mobile continuous integration can contribute.
Continuous *everything* has quickly become one of the most crucial backbones of mobile DevOps workflow. Many of today’s mobile developers use continuous integration to build, test and deploy their apps, games and even web apps. The process is typically scripted and configured so that all steps take place automatically and source code is stored on repository (Github, some local one etc).
In this article, we take a look how mobile continuous delivery and continuous integration works for iOS app development and testing. We’ll also take a look at Fastlane and how mobile devs can get the best out of it.
Thank you all for attending our latest webinar – Hassle-Free Continuous Integration with Real Device Testing. Despite the topic isn’t new to any of us there were plenty of great aspects and insights provided on how to tackle today’s challenges using CI with real device testing.
We’re happy to announce that Bitbar will be sponsoring the first mobile devops meetup in London on the 26th of October 2016. The actual place will be announced later this week as well as the speakers. The event will be an awesome opportunity to catch up and meet with local mobile devops enthusiasts and network with this group of people.