A Practical Field Guide to the Release Pipeline

This means your users will have access to new features (or bug fixes) faster, and you will have automatic rollback procedures and fail-safes in place in case something goes wrong. Auditability is accounted for, so developers don’t have to waste time proving their work or recreating builds long after the fact. You may hesitate to […]

This means your users will have access to new features (or bug fixes) faster, and you will have automatic rollback procedures and fail-safes in place in case something goes wrong. Auditability is accounted for, so developers don’t have to waste time proving their work or recreating builds long after the fact. You may hesitate to move away from manual, scripted deployments if you’ve been working this way for a long time, or you may not want to involve more people in your deployments—but the advantages are significant for everyone involved.
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