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Automatic Rollbacks

Automatic Rollbacks:

Benefits of Automatic Rollbacks:

How Automatic Rollbacks Work:

Best Practices for Automatic Rollbacks:

Tools and Products for Automatic Rollbacks:

1. Spinnaker (https://www.spinnaker.io/)

2. Jenkins (https://www.jenkins.io/)

3. Kubernetes Rollback (https://kubernetes.io/docs/tasks/run-application/rollback/)

4. Blue-Green Deployment (https://martinfowler.com/bliki/BlueGreenDeployment.html)

5. Canary Deployment (https://martinfowler.com/bliki/CanaryRelease.html)

Related Terms to Automatic Rollbacks:

1. Blue-Green Deployment:

2. Canary Deployment:

3. Continuous Delivery:

4. Feature Flags:

5. GitOps:

6. Immutable Infrastructure:


Before implementing automatic rollbacks, several key prerequisites need to be in place:

1. Version Control System:

2. Continuous Integration and Delivery (CI/CD) Pipeline:

3. Deployment Mechanism:

4. Monitoring and Alerting:

5. Rollback Plan:

6. Testing and Validation:

What’s next?

After implementing automatic rollbacks, there are several key steps you can take to further improve your deployment and rollback processes:

1. Monitor and Analyze Rollbacks:

2. Continuous Improvement:

3. Incident Response and Post-mortem Analysis:

4. Feature Flag Management:

5. Chaos Engineering:

6. Continuous Learning and Education: