How do you handle day-to-day development and app delivery activities? How often does your organisation deploy code? What is your lead time for changes?
If you are not yet happy with where you stand and it feels cumbersome to build, test and deploy applications across the release lifecycle in order to deliver at the pace of the business changes, or you have a low deployment frequency rate, or high change lead time, change failure rate and time to recover, or you simply don't feel you have a good foundation for continuous integration, continuous testing, continuous deployment and continuous monitoring, something is not right with your current implementation and there is a good chance you will continue to feel the pain in the short term until you act on it.
Code Manager. I want to manage my source code collaboratively and record changes to files over time so that I can recall specific versions later.
Release Manager. I want to automate and streamline the build-test-release cycle for reliable, continuous delivery of high-quality applications.
Artifact Manager. I want to optimise the download and storage of binary files used and produced in software development.
Test Automation Manager. I want my testers to automate repetitive tasks for fast and continuous feedback whilst keeping requirements, tests and documentation in sync.
QA Manager. I want to manage the code quality of my applications, reduce their risks and ultimately deliver better software.
Efficiently and easily deliver rich application at speed, saving time and money with a foundation that will grow with you.
The use of continuous delivery practices — deployment automation and continuous integration and testing, combined with version control for all production artifacts — predicts lower levels of deployment pain, higher IT performance, and lower change failure rates. It is a core engineering component to deliver innovations any day, any time, and with higher flexibility.