Continuous Delivery and Integration

Continuous Delivery

Continuous Delivery is an agile software development process to design, implement, test and release complex distributed software stack across enterprise environments.

IaaS Management:

  • Rollout of infrastructure from the “cloud” for software stack deployment (VM, OS);
  • On Demand scale.

PaaS Management:

  • Rollout of dependencies and prerequisites (packages and applications)
  • Driven by Configurations and Repositories

Environment Management:

  • Covers all enterprise environments (Personal, Development, Integration, QA, Performance, Acceptance Testing, End2End, Production, etc)
  • Strictly predefined packages versions and dependencies baseline
  • Flexible tools, libraries and 3rd party software packages installation
  • Continuous Integration collaboration

Application Delivery:

  • Automated Rollout of Application Software stack

Open Source:

  • Utilization of the Best Open Source Tools

Continuous Delivery Control:

  • Single point of monitoring, tracking and execution for Continuous Delivery Flow

Version Control:

  • Strict version control of Environments configuration at all levels (IaaS, PaaS, Software stack, source)

Benefits of Continuous Delivery:

  • Reduction in time for Environment creation - a typical example can be a reduction from 3 days to 10 minutes
  • Reduction in time for Product installation and verification - a typical example can be a reduction from 1 month to 10 hours
  • IT infrastructure staff reduction
  • Reduction in Release Managers staff

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Continuous Delivery