WHITEPAPER

ZERO DOWNTIME DEPLOYMENT

WITH AND WITHOUT CONTAINERS

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Traditionally, new release deployments meant the entire business operations were shut down for a few hours. Plus, it comes with a huge cost — frustrated customers, loss of productivity, and post-deployment escalations. This has led businesses evolve and embrace ‘Zero Downtime Deployment’.

Today, product development is continuous. It takes place round-the-cloud with weekly, and sometimes daily, product releases. This means all services are available and running without any downtime during a new release deployment.

Zero Downtime Deployment leads to accelerated time to market, improved productivity, and happy customers. Most agile product releases today use this method.

In this whitepaper, we discuss in detail the approach and pitfalls while transitioning to the ‘Zero Downtime Deployment‘ process.

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KEY TAKEAWAYS

zero downtime deployment - containers imaginea

How to achieve zero downtime deployment with and without containers

zero downtime - load balancer - imaginea

How to manage multiple instances of the software during transition using load balancer

Chef to automate the transition process

zero downtime - continuous integration Jenkins - Imaginea

Ensuring continuous integration using Jenkins

TRADITIONAL VS. ZERO DOWN TIME DEPLOYMENT

zero downtime deployment vs traditional deployment

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