Modanisa's New Fashion Journey
Submitted By Jenkins User Ali Can Kustemur
Modanasia serves costumes in 140 countries, offering fashion content in 6 languages. Jenkins helped keep their e-commerce applications up to date.
Organization: Modanisa Company, https://modanisa.com
Project Website: https://github.com/btmoda/
Industry: Fashion and E-Commerce
Programming Language: Java, PHP, Go, Vue.js
Platform: Android, iOS, Docker or Kubernetes, Linux, MacOS, Windows
Version Control System: Bitbucket Server, GitHub, GitLab
Build Tool: GO, npm
Team: Turkalp Burak Kayrancioglu, SRE – DevOps Engineer; Cagatay Yucelen, Technologist; Atakan Ulgen, Product Owner
Community Support: Jenkins Users Google Group or IRC Chat, Jenkins.io websites & blogs, Networking at Jenkins event
Creating new pipelines from those in use, the dev cycle at this fashion e-commerce site is now 10 times faster.
Background: Modanisa.com launched in 2011 and is the first Turkish fashion platform to deliver online clothes shopping to our target audience with a lot of variety. Born in Istanbul, we now have customers in 140 countries. We offer content in 6 languages: Turkish, Arabic, English, French, German, and Bahasa. We sell over 650 brands and 70 thousand products, shipping thousands of packages a day to five continents. We are the co-creator of the Modest Fashion Week concept, which made its debut in Istanbul in 2016.
Goals: Our goal is to improve our online ordering and multi warehouse processes and create a better e-commerce experience.
Solution & Results: Jenkins helps us with Multi-branch pipelines and declarative pipelines which really did solve our complex challenges. Every developer can create his project with a specific branch and deploy it to the specific domain which is its own. The key capabilities we relied on were Multi-Branch Pipelines, Declarative Pipelines, and RBAC.
The results are typical of many other Jenkins installations:
- Our development release cycle is 10x faster
- Generally, all deployments have been shortened from 1 day to 10 minutes
- When we have a new service and pipeline, we can easily duplicate and create a new one by using an older one as a standard