A Maturity Model for Continuous Delivery - blogpost
Stein Inge Morisbak's insight:
Continuous delivery has become increasingly popular over the last few years. However, implementing it is often considered to be difficult and risky. Many seem to believe that to gain anything from continuous delivery you must implement it one hundred percent. We hold this to be false. The road to continuous delivery is paved with many smaller goals, each of which deliver value by themselves. The maturity model will serve you as a guide on this road.
Enterprise DevOps Adoption Isn't Mandatory — but Neither Is Survival Wall Street Journal (blog) I've been researching high-performing IT organizations since 1999, beginning while I was founder and CTO of Tripwire Inc., an enterprise security company.
Continuous delivery has become increasingly popular over the last few years, but implementing it is often seen as difficult and daunting. Many seem to believe that to gain anything from continuous delivery you must implement it one hundred percent.
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