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Lately, there's been a lot said about the role of continuous integration (CI), especially in terms of application development. Application development, however, only accounts for a small part of the overall lifecycle of an application. Given the success of CI and CI-based tools, project managers, IT directors and software architects are wondering how CI could be used in order to bring a similar level of success to other areas of the application lifecycle, be it design, administration, DevOps, runtime management and even decommissioning.
This handbook takes an in-depth look at how CI is the basis for continuous delivery and deployment. Readers will learn how organizations are changing and merging roles, moving toward DevOps and automated processes -- all to enhance business capabilities. Access >>>
Table of contents
- Continuous integration cracks ALM barriers
- Tools don't drive Agile ALM
- For Edmunds, success hinges on automation, philosophy
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