How we do beta tests

Over the past 12 months, we’ve pushed our team to the limits of continuous integration as we continue to encourage small changes that can be shipped to production quickly. Sometimes we have features that are either too large or too risky to put straight into production. Our team breaks down feature testing into two scenarios; a) Small to medium features with low risk that we want to test with a certain user base – primarily to identify any early user experience

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Ruby on Rails on Kubernetes

From intelligently delivering lead notifications, computing geospatial shapes or speeding up response times – the Oneflare engineering team enjoys pushing the technology limits of our platform. Traditionally, our infrastructure consisted of EC2 instances that were launched using an AMI and deployed via capistrano. This is a pretty standard “rails way” of deploying to your own infrastructure, unless you opt for a platform as a service (PaaS) such as Heroku. At the end of 2016 it was decided by the team to explore alternative methods to deploying

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