Accelerating Software Delivery

OnAndroidConf: Accelerating the Android Platform Build

Last week I presented a session called “Accelerating the Android Platform Build” at the OnAndroidConf 2013 conference. Compared to what we have presented and talked about at various other Android and Embedded events earlier in the year, the content of this session was updated with new data based upon the ElectricAccelerator 7.1 Javadoc Caching work […]

no comments | posted by on October 28, 2013

CD and Embedded – Another Note on this Topic

Our PM David Rosen, recently wrote an excellent blog on Continuous Delivery (CD) and its applicability to embedded technologies.  And it goes to the heart of what we hear often from our embedded prospects and customers – Can we really do CD? I understand the confusion and angst and would like to point the readers […]

no comments | posted by on May 20, 2013

Taming the Android Monster

A few weeks ago, we released our Android software delivery solution – which enables Android software teams build, test and release Android solutions more efficiently and faster. Since that release, we have had many discussions with Android development teams and our hypothesis of the need for such a “delivery solution” has  been spot on Indeed, […]

no comments | posted by on May 14, 2013

Yocto/OpenEmbedded Bitbake Build Visualization

As ecosystems such as the Yocto Project and OpenEmbedded becomes more popular for embedded device development, usage of the underlying bitbake build tool is increasing. Bitbake is a powerful tool used to manage, build and integrate complete operating system images, through package and distribution management activities such as fetching of source code, configuration, cross-compilation, installation. […]

no comments | posted by on May 10, 2013

Is It Worth The Time?

The current webcomic on titled “Is It Worth The Time” has a fantastic table listing how long you can work on making a routine task more efficient before you’re spending more time than you will save, based on a 5-year payback plan. As a company spending most of our time and effort focusing on […]

no comments | posted by on April 28, 2013

ElectricAccelerator 7 – pushing the boundaries of build acceleration, again

Today, Electric Cloud is announcing the immediate availability of ElectricAccelerator 7.0. This release brings significant new innovations and performance enhancements to the market for anyone looking to optimize and accelerate their software build environment. We have publicly launched and talked about some of the new capabilities of this release already, back in February at the […]

no comments | posted by on April 13, 2013

Electric Cloud selected as 2013 DevOps Cool Vendor

Today, Electric Cloud was selected as a 2013 Cool Vendor by Gartner. We strongly believe that the selection is  a testament to the value that we provide to the Dev and Ops team in today’s fast paced application release process. Gartner has always considered automation as a key cornerstone of DevOps and Electric Cloud solutions automate […]

no comments | posted by on April 12, 2013

Electric Cloud Helps Top Networking Vendor Go Green

In my 2 years at Electric Cloud I have talked to innumerable Dev and Ops prospects and customers – I thought I had heard it all. I pretty much knew all the use cases that drove teams to look for solutions like our: Faster application time-to–market Improved software quality Improved developer productivity Better development process […]

no comments | posted by on April 8, 2013

What would you do with 200 compute cores spread across 57 hosts?

As a Product Manager, customer stories and end-user anecdotes are the best input to appreciate the work you are doing and the value you provide to the world. It’s also great for understanding where the market is heading and what unsolved problems exists out there that needs to be addressed and solved next. To that […]

no comments | posted by on March 26, 2013

Development team focused on engineering processes rather than innovation?

Is your software development team mired in thousands of hours building, fixing, and running engineering processes?  Like many of your peer organizations, it’s a fact that engineers hired to design, develop and create innovative software products spend a good chunk of their time developing supporting tools to enable them to do their jobs. Recently, Brocade, […]

no comments | posted by on March 20, 2013