A guest post from Andrew Phillips, Vice President of Products for XebiaLabs.
How time flies. ;-) It’s time for a couple of talks at JavaOne, and then the XebiaLabs team and I are back on the West Coast October 23rd for the Jenkins User Conference in Palo Alto (JUC). At the conference, I’ll be talking about “Preparing for Enterprise Continuous Delivery: 5 Critical Steps”, sharing our experiences in helping organizations get their CD initiatives up and running and identify key prerequisites and action items early:
- What are core practices for CD in an enterprise environment?
- How do I prepare for a successful implementation?
- How do I set practical goals and track and measure progress of my CD implementation?
|Editor’s note: If you haven’t implemented continuous delivery, don’t miss this talk!|
Here’s the full abstract:
The ability to quickly and reliably deliver new features to customers with high quality has become a standard business requirement. Development, IT and DevOps organizations are looking to rapidly implement effective Continuous Delivery to meet this need. This session will cover 5 important prerequisites for enterprise Continuous Delivery implementations. You’ll leave with a number of practical action items, as well as ideas to help you build your own CD Maturity Model to track and measure success.
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