What is Continuous Delivery and why do you need it   In today’s world, one of the key elements for market success is the time it takes for your product(s) and features to get to the market. For software development, continuous delivery is an approach that eliminates waste and removes the traditional long waiting times between implementation and release. However, …

Are you transitioning to DevOps, contemplating to do so, looking to improve your existing DevOps culture or approach, or just fill the gaps between expectations and reality? The stage at which you are in your DevOps journey is not as important, as this transition is a process rather than an overnight change, requiring successive iterations of improvement. With this in …

According to a Perforce report, 65% of software developers, managers and executives have already taken a step forward towards Continuous Delivery. But are you ready keep up the pace and take a step forward? And if you should take a step forward, which should be the first – DevOps or Continuous Delivery? To provide an answer, let’s examine what each of these …

  Small, medium and even big companies may see Continuous Delivery as some sort of unicorn. Releasing new features on a continuous basis, or even choosing to transform an IT environment into a Continuous-Delivery-ready environment, may be perceived as both difficult and time-consuming. Shutterstock, for example, according to their tech team, releases about 60 times per week. For Shutterstock, as well as …