Of the teams I spoke with who are practicing Continuous Delivery, the vast majority were not practicing Continuous Deployment. Let’s explore why that might be.
Learn how Walmart uses product experimentation as a way to increase engineering impact and progressive delivery as a way to reduce the risk of moving fast.
There’s more than one way to succeed with Continuous Delivery. In this article we summarize four of the common tactics various organizations employ.
Software development has an impact gap: 80% of features have no or negative impact.
With feature flags as a foundation for controlled rollout, dev teams can measure and experiment as they deliver new features.
Intrigued by Progressive Delivery, the idea of moving faster & more safely by decoupling deploy from release? Watch or read Safe at Any Speed!
Over the past few months we’ve been out in the field, chatting with development and operations teams from more than 100 different organizations around the U.S. We wanted to know how they get software to market. How often do they release new features to their users? How often do they…
We had an amazing time at this year’s AWS re:Invent in Vegas. We were able to chat with more than 2,000 developers, operators, and cloud architects that stopped by. A few observations: Feature flags were a hot topic. We chatted with quite a few organizations that are already getting value…
Staging environments aren’t great reflections of reality. Instead, investing in CI/CD, feature flags, and QA can skip your code straight to production.
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