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Release management Why DevOps Still Needs Release Management[article]

Release management is still critical in a DevOps environment. You likely will just have to change your current process. You will no longer need to track implementation or back-out plans as part of change orders; you just need to be able to track the application, its components, and its promotion schedule. The key to maintaining these change orders is automation.

Adam Auerbach's picture Adam Auerbach
Jeff "Cheezy" Morgan Overcoming the Hurdles of Continuous Delivery: An Interview with Jeff "Cheezy" Morgan[interview]
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In this interview, Jeff Morgan, the chief technology officer and cofounder of LeanDog, explains how continuous delivery and continuous deployment have changed how software teams do business. He breaks down funding projects versus teams and validating quality as you build your product.

Jennifer Bonine's picture Jennifer Bonine
How Agile Has Shrunk Documentation How Agile Has Shrunk Documentation[magazine]

Agile teams enjoy focusing their time on product features while keeping documentation to a minimum. But every team needs to consider what documentation is really needed. How much is enough?

Sandeep Maher's picture Sandeep Maher
The New Normal for Software Development and Testing The New Normal for Software Development and Testing[magazine]

Customers expect fast-paced, quality product releases. To meet these demands, you must consider test automation, testing in production, and the extensive use of data and analytics.

Michael Sowers's picture Michael Sowers
The Impact of Quality Intelligence on DevOps and the IoT The Impact of Quality Intelligence on DevOps and the IoT[magazine]

QI is gaining momentum for providing fast and accurate test data to make better decisions. Just running your app through test suites isn’t enough for DevOps and the IoT.

Steven Winter's picture Steven Winter

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