The point in continuous delivery practice, is that it enforces the development team, the QA team and the Managers, to invest heavily in automation. If each code change, is a potential production version, to keep up the speed, you have to automate everything. There is no time for manual regression testing, there is no time to write deployment manuals and there is no time to execute any of the steps needed to promote a software change to production, manually.What I like about this post is that in a few line you know if CD is for you or not. It's definitely in our near future at Crowd Advisory
Tuesday, December 20, 2011
Good post on Continuous Delivery
There is a good post on Continuous Delivery that can be found here.