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Pipeline patterns and anti-patterns: things your pipeline should (not) do

Automated pipelines have become an integral part of our daily workflow. As the pipelines become increasingly important, the demands placed on them rise proportionally.

As with many things, a great pipeline operates seamlessly in the background, while a poorly designed one becomes a constant irritation.

Are you publishing your artefacts every time the pipeline runs, running all steps in a sequence, or installing all the tools every time a new build starts?

In this talk, I will address these antipatterns and more I have encountered during my work as a consultant, explaining why I consider them such and what you should do instead.


You need a basic familiarity with pipelines.


After listening to this talk, you will have a better understanding of what makes a pipeline great and concrete things you can do to improve it and shorten the feedback loop.



Daniel Raniz Raneland
Daniel Raniz Raneland is quick to adopt new technology. Everything from learning a new programming language to documentation of technicalities. He is prestigeless and likes to get into new domains. He loves to share knowledge and ideas, and interesting topics for conversation never end. Raniz helps to maintain a high technical level, including Cloud and DevOps. He has worked at factor10 since 2021.




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