DZone 2015 Guide to Continuous Delivery – How to choose tools

Image of cover of DZone 2015 Guide to Continuous DeliveryDZone recently published their free report “The DZone 2015 Guide To Continuous Delivery”, a compendium of articles, reports and surveys gathered from hundreds of IT professionals and developers.

We contributed an opinion piece to the DZone guide – ‘Choosing Continuous Delivery Tools That Bring Your Team Together’ – reflecting our experience of helping organisations with accelerating Continuous Delivery, and highlighting some of the pitfalls present when choosing tools for Continuous Delivery (see here for slides and a video from one of our talks on choosing tools).

The guide includes additional contributions from several vendors including Andrew Phillips of XebiaLabs (covering the cultural aspects of Continuous Delivery) and Ben Rees of Red Gate (covering Database Lifecycle Management) plus:

  • Articles written by continuous integration and deployment experts
  • Results from our survey of over 900 IT professionals and developers
  • Detailed profiles of 35+ continuous delivery tools and solutions
  • Updated “Continuous Delivery: Visualized” infographic that details the tools developers use at every stage of the pipeline

Download the guide now via the DZone website: https://dzone.com/guides/continuous-delivery-2


At Skelton Thatcher Consulting we can help you accelerate your Continuous Delivery and DevOps initiatives through workshops, tools on-boarding, training, and demonstrations. Call us to discuss your requirements: +44 (0)20 8242 4103 or email enquiries@skeltonthatcher.com.

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