In today’s world fast paced business innovation driven by mobile, cloud and omniprestent connectivity , every organization is trying to reach new markets and interact with customers in new and exciting ways. When it comes to application development and deployment, companies are looking to accelerate time to market (TTM) and deliver faster business execution. Businesses are focused on automation and optimization of IT software delivery stream so that they can rapidly respond to competitive threats and new opportunities.
CD is about developing a process from code to test to stage to deployment in production with historical traceability for control, security and compliance. It drives business agility by enabling companies to deliver better software, faster and incrementally on-premises, or in the cloud. It allows companies to experiment cheaply and quickly, with low risk, and rapidly deliver ongoing incremental deployments.
Jenkins has emerged as the best and brightest open-source continuous delivery (CD) tool with over 70,000 active installations and 900+ plugins. It provides tremendous flexibility through the power of open source innovation, its plugin architecture and the respective communities. Jenkins automates and controls software delivery lifecycle processes of all kinds, including build, document, test, package, static analysis, and more.
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Questions to address:
- What are the benefits and ROI of an open sourced based CD solution?
- What are the ideal use cases for utilizing a CD solution?
- What are the key issues faced by enterprises who build apps using traditional software delivery rather than CD?
- How can CD add stability, efficiency, security, availability and agility to app development?
- What key features should businesses look for in an enterprise-class CD solution?
- What can businesses learn from early adopters of CD?
- Enterprise Architects
- VP of Application Development
- VP of Operations
- Release and configuration management
- IT Decision Makers