Continuous Delivery what it is and how to achieve it





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Published on Mar 20, 2014

Continuous Delivery (CD) is a design practice used in software development
to automate and improve the process of software delivery. Techniques such as
agile development, continuous integration, continuous deployment and
automated testing allow software to be developed, packaged and deployed;
reducing time and manual efforts, while increasing consistency and quality

Smart organisations are turning the task of application development and
release from what used to be a "Project" to a "Process" using CD. They are
creating the capability to deliver new releases frequently on an ongoing,
repeatable basis using two key technologies, Release Automation and
Continuous Integration.

This webinar will focus on these two core components, using real-world

Continuous Integration - automating the creation of the software package

Release Automation - automating the steps required to deploy the software

Presenter: Panay Yiasemides, CA Technologies


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