Turning good ideas into marketable software quickly is now a business imperative for every enterprise. Delivering software features faster and with high quality is the first critical step. The subsequent step is to rapidly collect feedback from users to guide the next set of ideas for further improvements. Critical software development objectives such as these set the stage for The IT Manager’s Guide to Continuous Delivery: Delivering Software in Days, Instead of Months.
The book champions the concept of Continuous Delivery in enabling organizations to build automated software delivery platforms for releasing high-quality applications faster. The book also presents how Continuous Delivery is a set of processes and practices that radically removes waste from the software production process and creates a rapid and effective feedback loop with end users.
Given the current competitive landscape with apps and app delivery, every organization should consider the game-changing approach presented by The IT Manager’s Guide to Continuous Delivery. Continuous Delivery can reduce time-to-market from weeks and months to days or even hours.
Within the book, the authors capture the complete overview of Continuous Delivery in a clear and understandable way that give readers the insights and steps to bring their organizations to the next level.
Adopting Continuous Delivery is critical because the process sits at the leading edge of software development thinking. While most of the literature and discussions on Continuous Delivery focus on the technical aspects, this book presents a process that crosses boundaries and helps to make businesses more efficient.
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