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After all of this discussion, our path is clear. We have considered the problems faced by a team like Etomic. We have defined a set of mechanics and consequences for our automation efforts. The first step on the road to success is the identification of the build and deployment processes to address the stated aims of Etomic and the Design to Deliver initiative.
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The first aspect of our delivery process is the build process. In the simplest terms possible, this process must result in the creation of a compiled solution. However, a number of other functions can be performed as part of this compilation. Help is at hand from Martin Fowler s article on continuous integration (CI). In this article, Fowler describes the principles of CI and the activities that would need to take place as part of CI. We will cover CI and its impact in 6; the important thing to understand at this point is the activities described in CI, which are broadly as follows: Check out. This involves physically getting the source code from the source control database to ensure that we can carry out the rest of the process. In fact, we probably will not check out the source code, but will get the latest version of it. Build. This encompasses the compilation steps necessary to build the system successfully. This could consist of several complex and interdependent steps, but in many cases it may be a straightforward compilation of the kind achieved through the Visual Studio environment. Test. Automated testing is a cornerstone of agile methods and CI is of course no exception. Just because you can physically compile a solution does not mean it is a success. The testing step allows the process to report a success or failure on the basis of the application of unit tests subsequent to compilation. Publish. The automated publishing of the results and assets is a useful feature of the automated process. We can round out these with a few additional steps that will be useful to us: Clean. This is alluded to in most commentary on automated delivery. Here we are specific about ensuring a cleanup of the used environment for delivery to ensure that no problems occur as a result of using incorrect assets and so on. Version. Providing some automated versioning is a boon when increasing the number of deliveries significantly; it is a consequence of the process we are subscribing to. We will note this as a requirement immediately, since it will undoubtedly cause some consternation. Document. Apart from testing, we can leverage the process to carry out other useful tasks such as reporting and documentation. This can be another discrete step. Notify. This could be implied by the Publish step, but we will again define these steps discretely. Notification can let the team know of successes and failures, and perhaps distribute logs and reports.
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Bearing in mind all of the steps discussed, the final list and order of activities could therefore be defined as follows: Clean. We may also repeat this step at the end of the process if required. Get. Grab the source code. Version. Apply some versioning to the source code files. Build. Compile the application. Test. Apply the unit tests. Document. Generate documentation and reports. Publish. Place the compiled assets, reports, etc., in an agreed location. Notify. Tell everyone of the success (or failure).
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Deployment is the second stage of our delivery. This is a little trickier since it will differ depending on the kind of system to be delivered. For instance, it is quite trivial to deploy a single .NET component to a network share, though it may be slightly less trivial to ensure that this deployment operates within the constraints of the team development process. On the other hand, deploying a web application with a database, third-party components, and other dependencies is altogether more complicated. Furthermore, deployment will usually occur to a number of different environments. However, we can establish what kind of application we will be delivering. Broadly, Etomic concentrates on web applications and so we will concentrate on deploying this kind of serverbased application. A possible deployment process may be as follows: Select version. Inform the rest of the process which version of a system is to be deployed. Our versioning strategy from the build process may be important. Get assets. Obtain and prepare the required assets from the agreed location. Therefore, how we organize these assets in the Publish step is important. Select environments. In a similar decision-making step to selecting the version, consider which environment is required for the deployment. This may require various tweaks to the deployed assets. Create environments. With the knowledge of the prior steps, environments such as databases and web sites can be created. Position assets. The assets can then be positioned as required within the generated environments. Files can be copied, database scripts run, components registered, and so on. Apply configuration. Configuration changes can then be applied to ensure that the environments communicate and operate successfully. Notify. Notify everyone of success or failure.
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