We've just launched a new survey asking How Continuous is Your DevOps? - you can check it out here (and you can win big prizes!). So it's got a pretty catchy title, huh? But what do we actually mean? Continuous Delivery and DevOps have been virtually synonymous for quite some time even though this makes us want to tear our hair out; DevOps is about so much more than a bit of automated integration and testing, although we'd be the first to agree that always having software in a releaseable state is a jolly good thing. On our DevOps Foundation Course we spend some time talking about Continuous Integration, Delivery and Deployment and the relationship and evolution between the three states, but there are five more Continuouses we regularly address in DevOps Transformations. Let's look at all eight a bit more closely and through a DevOps lense:Read More
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The terms Continuous Delivery (CD), Continuous Deployment (CD) and Continuous Integration (CI) are used a lot when talking about DevOps, but are also the cause of much confusion not least because both Continuous Delivery and Continuous Deployment are often given the same acronym CD.