Continuous Delivery and DevOps - A Quickstart Guide - Second Edition

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  • Explore Continuous Delivery and DevOps in depth
  • Understand the root causes of the problems and pain points within your product delivery process by choosing the right techniques and tools
  • Understand the human elements of CD and DevOps and how intrinsic they are to your success
  • Avoid the traps, pitfalls and hurdles you'll experience as you implement CD and DevOps
  • Monitor and communicate the relative success of DevOps and Continuous Delivery adoption

Continuous Delivery (CD) and DevOps are fast becoming the next big thing(s) in relation to the delivery and support of software.

This updated edition provides you with a clear and concise insight in to what CD and DevOps are all about, how to go about preparing for and implementing them, and what quantifiable business value they bring.

You will be guided through the various stages of CD and DevOps adoption, the impact they will have on you and your business, how you can overcome common problems, and what to do once CD and DevOps have become embedded in your ways of working.

Included within are some real-world examples, tricks, tips, and observations that should help ease the adoption and allow you to fully utilize CD and DevOps to deliver quality software.

  • Use DevOps and the Continuous Delivery approach to identify the underlying problems that can stifle the delivery of quality software and overcome them
  • Learn how Continuous Delivery and DevOps work together with other agile tools
  • A guide full of illustrations and best practices to help you consistently ship quality software
Page Count 196
Course Length 5 hours 52 minutes
ISBN 9781784399313
Date Of Publication 24 Dec 2014


Paul Swartout

Paul Swartout has spent over 2 decades working in the IT industry. He has worked across several different industries and sectors and within organizations of various sizes, from start-ups to multinational corporates. He is and always has been passionate about quality software and how it is delivered. Since first encountering “Agile” he has been committed to the adoption and implementation of Agile techniques and approaches to improve the efficiency, output, and lives of everyone involved in software development. He strongly believes that CD and DevOps add massive value to the way software is delivered, and he wants to ensure as many people realize this as possible. Paul lives in a small seaside town in the southwest of the UK.