DevOps teams frequently look to Continuous Delivery as the gold standard for how to deploy quality code fast and frequently. My experience with a lot of DevOps teams has been that Continuous Delivery is little like Agile. Which is to say that there are very few truly Agile teams and a lot of Agile-ish teams. And there are very few teams who really achieve Continuous Delivery. It's more like almost-continuous or pretty-often.
How about you? Tell us more about how your team does Continuous Delivery:
- We're a CD machine. It's like the Matrix up in here!
- We deploy more than we used to now that we use CD
- Deploys happen when they happen
If you're team isn't a code deploying machine, what's keeping you from getting there? A recent DZone article covers six common challenges to Continuous Delivery. Which apply to you? You can choose as many as apply to you!
- Tight deadlines and research schedules
- Poor communication across teams
- Infrastructure cost
- Poor testing
- Open source confusion
- Over reliance on automation
Choose up to 6 options
What else? How happy are you with your implementation of Continuous Delivery? What advice would share?