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T-Mobile's Journey to CI/CD and NetDevOps for Device Entitlement Services

  • ID: 5463626
  • Report
  • November 2021
  • Region: Global
  • 5 Pages
  • Analysys Mason
T-Mobile’s Adoption of an Automated CI/CD Pipeline has Halved the Time it Spends Validating and Testing Vendor Code and has Reduced the Time Taken to Deploy that Code into Production from Hours to Minutes

This case study documents T-Mobile’s adoption of a CI/CD pipeline that accelerates testing and upgrades for its digital entitlement services platform. This enables app developers to support new smartphone features more quickly, thereby improving the customer experience.

This case study provides:

  • a description of T-Mobile’s application of CI/CD
  • evidence of the benefits of adopting a CI/CD approach
  • future plans to extend the use of CI/CD within the company.
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Caroline Chappell

Research Director - Research

Caroline heads Analysys Mason's Cloud research practice. Her research focuses on service provider adoption of cloud to deliver business services, support digital transformation and re-architect fixed and mobile networks for the 5G era. She is a leading exponent of the edge computing market and its impact on service provider network deployments and new revenue opportunities. She monitors public cloud provider strategies for the telecoms industry and investigates how key cloud platform services can enhance service provider value. Caroline is a leading authority on the application of cloud-native technologies to the network and helps telecoms customers to devise strategies that exploit the powerful capabilities of cloud while mitigating its disruptive effects.

Prior to joining Analysys Mason, Caroline was Practice Leader, Cloud and NFV, at Heavy Reading. She has over 25 years' experience as a telecoms software analyst and consultant working for research companies including Current Analysis and Ovum. Her areas of coverage spanned cloud services, digital service development and delivery, B/OSS, customer experience management and analytics, Internet and cloud security, professional/managed services and service provider wholesale strategies in such areas as IP/Ethernet, enterprise cloud solutions and fixed and mobile wholesale access. Caroline started her career as a software programmer at what is now BAE Systems. This has given her a lifelong interest in software architecture and engineering approaches, most recently including lean/agile development and DevOps, microservices architecture and model-driven, intelligent software automation.

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