Continuous delivery, done well, allows you to deploy better software for your customers, and makes life saner for everyone -- IT operations, developers, QA and product owners. Download the white paper to learn the benefits of continuous delivery, the steps for launching it in your organization, and the tools to make it happen, including Bamboo, Git, Jenkins, Puppet Enterprise and others.
Organizations create, deliver and modify software to fill business needs. Those business needs are not static: They can change as suddenly as breaking news. Any organization using software to serve its customers — and really, that's almost every company, nonprofit or institution — has to find a way to develop, release and modify software more frequently and easily. That's why organizations of all sizes and types are implementing continuous delivery; they can't afford to be left behind by more responsive and agile competitors.
Martin Fowler's definition of continuous delivery sums it up well: Briefly, it's when any version of your software can be deployed to any of your environments on demand, and the team prioritizes keeping software deployable over releasing new features. Paradoxically, it gets a lot easier to release new features when you're working this way.
This white paper offers an overview of the benefits of continuous delivery, the steps for launching it in your organization, and the kinds of tools you'll need to make delivery of small, frequent changes to working code an everyday reality. Download white paper to learn:
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