Completed project: Continuous Delivery Environment (CDE)

Primary UITS contact: John Hoerr

Submitted: December 20, 2013

Completed: September 4, 2014

Description: The Continuous Delivery Environment (CDE) is a highly-available and scalable web farm maintained by Enterprise Systems Administration (ESA) and managed by Support Systems, Licensing, and Software Distribution. The CDE provides hosting for ASP.Net applications, and features an automated deployment process for frequently-updated applications that demand high availability. Teams can deploy to the CDE from any of the Continuous Integration (CI) platforms supported within UITS, including Bamboo, TeamCity, and Team Foundation Server (TFS).

Outcome: Automation-friendly, highly-available, and scalable web hosting for ASP.Net applications

Milestones and status:

  • October 2013: Entered production

Benefits:

  • Teams can define automated processes for deploying applications, allowing them to test and release updates early and often
  • Deployment automation removes the human error from the release process
  • Encourages adoption of industry best practices, including source control, continuous integration, automated software testing, package-based dependency management, and transformation-based configuration file management

Related information: CDE service summary

Primary clients: ASP.Net application development teams

Project team:

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