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Team Guide to Software Releasability

Chris O'Dell & Manuel Pais

Strong build & release engineering capabilities are key to rapid and reliable delivery of modern software systems. Learn how software releasability means not only being able to deploy faster, but also being able to quickly recover from disaster and adapt to changing technical and business challenges.

Developing and running modern software systems requires teams of motivated and well-trained people; however, most IT books are written for the individual technologist. The Team Guide series from Skelton Thatcher Publications takes a team-first approach to software systems with the aim of empowering whole teams to build and operate software systems more effectively.

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Foreword
Introduction

  1. Overview: Why Software Releasability Matters
  2. Testing
  3. Reproduceable Builds and Releases
  4. Collaboration Patterns
  5. Documentation vs Automation
  6. Monitoring and Information Radiators
  7. Monitoring Build Performance

Terminology
References and further reading
About the authors
Notes

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