Your CFO cares about DevOps: The economics behind continuous delivery

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Download Applications are complex and fast-evolving, and with the expansion of mobile and web consumption demanding flexibility to handle constant requirement changes effectively, businesses are forced to reassess their application delivery strategies.

New software development methodologies have emerged to address the need for agility starting from development practices to full automation of the software release process. This collection of best practices have matured into the continuous delivery (CD) process, which applies industrialization concepts to software.

This paper discusses the disruptions that have already changed software delivery, why your CFO should support DevOps, key principles of DevOps maturity, and mainstream adoption of DevOPs and continous delivery processes.

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