Virtually every enterprise wants to release software faster. But speed for speed’s sake misses the point. The goal is to respond to customers both faster and smarter, and to deliver better business outcomes. In this research note, 451 Research outlines the platform, tool and process requirements for increasing software release velocity, including the role of continuous integration and continuous delivery, and offers recommendations for enterprises getting started.
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