Every company we know out there has an online presence now. Given the current conditions, cloud kitchens, e-stores, etc have popped up everywhere and a website is their only source of business. Any website running on the internet is first written as code. This code is a set of instructions that a computer follows to run an application as intended. The process of getting an application from its code form to a live website ready to use by the end customer is called Software Delivery.
Software Delivery that is powered up to automatically deliver code to a website with no need for a human is called Continuous Delivery. Continuous Delivery needs some instructions to deploy code into the live website when there is no human intervention. This is provided by building a deployment pipeline. Project 1 deals with easily building a deployment pipeline while making it powerful and delightful.
With everything running on the internet, there are costs involved while hosting a website. The costs may be incurred for computing, network, and storage. A massive chunk of the revenue goes into paying these costs, and every company wants to reduce these costs and improve efficiency. Project 2 deals with a different aspect of costs incurred during the Software Delivery process for different personas involved and how to manage it efficiently.
Cloud Computing, Enterprise UX, Experience design, Research, User Experience