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Figure 12.13 The deploying stage of ECIMM maps out levels to help you make your deployment easier and more complete.
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take to get you to the intermediate level If you ve been following our advice, you should be well on your way to complying with the best practices of the intermediate level. You should have a dedicated build machine executing build scripts automatically and using a source control repository. Now it s time to move on to deploying.
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How do you get your application from development into QA What about getting your application to your users in the production environment That s what the next step, deploying (see figure 12.13) is all about. Chances are, you have a few scripts in your CI process that push the compiled bits out to your QA department. But what if QA isn t ready for that build Did you just overwrite the version they had only partially tested You may also have multiple environments that you support, such as 32- and 64-bit. Do you have different configurations of the software for each environment Why not let QA pull the latest build when they re ready for it That s the idea behind self-service test deploys. And a single, standardized configuration for each environment is essential. It not only makes it easier to program, it also makes testing significantly easier.
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Automatic deployment to production, although it sounds ideal, falls into the insane level. It s difficult to do properly, and few companies do it because of the level of complexity. One of the biggest issues here has to do with SOX compliance as discussed earlier in this chapter.
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We just talked about your QA department getting the latest build, so it s a good time to examine ECIMM testing.
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We ve spent several chapters talking about different types of testing. ECIMM addresses testing your application (see figure 12.14). Many companies have some areas of unit testing. And perhaps other types of testing have some automation attached to them. But are you doing static code analysis with FxCop or StyleCop How much unit testing do you have in place How about security scans Even managed code can have security issues that need to be addressed. It s interesting that 100% test coverage is placed at the insane level. We agree with this, because 100% test coverage is not only almost impossible to achieve, but also undesirable. Not everything needs to be unit tested, and doing so slows down the build process. The final step of ECIMM is feedback.
Application testing levels are an important part of ECIMM.
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12.5.4 R eporting
Getting good feedback is a key step of any CI process. It s also important to ECIMM (see figure 12.15). After all, without good reporting, you have no way of knowing if your CI process is doing its job or needlessly running through the steps. Reporting is the only ECIMM stage that has novice as the industry norm. This level is where we find reporting from most CI tools. Think about the reports you get from a build. You see what the latest build result was, how many unit tests passed, and possibly other important information such as other test results, static code analysis, documenting, and so on. But these standard reports don t give you much in the way of trend analysis. Are bug counts going up or down over time Is the percentage of code covered by unit tests increasing Is the speed of the build staying at a manageable level Cross-silo analysis is important too. This can involve collecting data across different projects or teams inside your company. One team may be better at creating and running unit tests than another. Perhaps there s something you can learn from this, which you can apply to other teams. The ECIMM is a valuable tool to use in your business as you expand the use of CI. By using it as a guide for where you should be, you can improve your CI process.
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