Working as a software consultant allowed me to get to know different realities of different companies. These realities were not always the best, and they still aren’t. Despite the propagation of DevOps culture for several years, even with the emergence of many tools that facilitate the delivery of software (and many of these tools being freely distributed), many development teams still suffer when they have to deploy software in a production environment. Stress, tension, fear, guilt, and frustration are some of the feelings involved when you don’t have a healthy implementation strategy.
What Is Progressive Delivery?
Users expect their applications to be available at all times. IT professionals expect to deploy their software as quickly and smoothly as possible.