Friday, 16. October 2015., 12:30
Hall 4 Small Club
In recent years the world of application development has adopted new methodologies that aim to improve the quality and speed in which applications are being delivered. Tools such as automatic build utilities combined with continuous integration platforms, as well as enhanced collaborative tools such as wikis and code review utilities aim to simplify the adoption of these new methodologies. The new Oracle Developer Cloud Service (ODCS) Platform as a Service (PaaS) is focused on simplifying and accelerating the entire Java application lifecycle, making it easier and faster than ever to build, run and manage your applications. ODCS is a central platform for source control management, issue tracking, continuous integration, and collaboration – all done automatically supporting popular tools like Git, Hudson and Maven.
This session provides a blueprint for the entire Continuous Delivery process using Oracle Cloud Services. Using ODCS teams can automate testing and Continuous Integration to allow software to be developed to a high standard, and using Oracle Java Cloud Service and Database Cloud Service, easily packaged and deployed to test environments, resulting in the ability to rapidly, reliably and repeatedly push out enhancements and bug fixes to customers at low risk and with minimal manual overhead.