Delivering apps to clients is critical to enterprise business models, but it is rarely a core expertise. Companies' capacity to embrace application delivery and deployment methods has overtaken their ability to develop them. Companies who do not use a Continuous Delivery model will be overtaken by competitors that do. Continuous Delivery Delivering high-quality apps that match business requirements might make the difference between living and dying as an innovator.
Unreliable deployments are an immediate obstacle as firms strive to increase their ability to provide apps more quickly. Manual deployments based on out-of-date instructions, as well as semi-automated deployments based on confusing and unmaintainable scripts, are error-prone and time-consuming. Development and testing have been halted, creating dissatisfaction and delays.
Change your current release process to accommodate DevOps and Continuous Delivery.
Most organization's release processes are a stressful and inefficient combination of obsolete spreadsheets, confusion, manual catchup, and coordination. Release managers, Project Managers, QA, and DevOps teams have limited early notice of possible conflicts, delays, or bottlenecks, particularly between releases. This means that there is minimal capacity to respond collaboratively and early to minimize surprises, leading in mistakes and delays.
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