zygmunt.krynicki at linaro.org
Wed Aug 31 11:57:29 UTC 2011
W dniu 31.08.2011 13:35, Alexander Sack pisze:
>>> I wonder, once we have staging.v.l.o, do we really need edge anymore?
>> Perhaps not. We will see once we have both.
>> What problems does edge protect us from that we really care about? Maybe
>>> can avoid running 3 instead of two instances and have 3 instead of 2 code
>>> rollout stages?
>> What do you mean by "rollout stages"?
> my understanding is that with staging and edge you have three rollout
> 1. daily trunk
That's what staging is about
> 2. edge testing
That's how we can evaluate non-invasive production changes instantly
(faster than staging).
> 3. production
That's what we released last month (although there are some voices that
we may want to put more recent software there too).
> i wondered about what risks the "edge" stage protects us from and if we can
> avoid that step as it comes with additional overhead on maintenance, process
> and time-to-production.
Edge is just a point on the roadmap. If staging is fast enough to
scrap/deploy then we may just use staging all the time.
I guess I'm trying to say "stay tuned".
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