This post first appeared at the DevTestOps community on October 4, 2019.
About 5 years ago I was working in a small product that was doing (almost) everything the DevOps way. We had the works: code and tests versioned in git, trunk based development, building the code once (more or less), feature toggles, daily deployments, the ability to fix issues fast, monitoring and alerting of our production system.
But there was one tiny problem.
We still needed to adhere to the company’s Quality Management System (QMS) which included compliance to ISO 9001 certification as well as other regulatory requirements. While development was adapting to the new world in a fast pace, the same could not be said for the company’s processes at that time.
So here are some things we did to address the situation.
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