Jun 14, 2012
For most enterprises, creating, testing, and deploying a modern software application demands well-planned orchestration of an assortment of disparate tools and technologies. Sadly, far too many of these organizations are still attempting to deliver software the same way they did 20 years ago, using an amalgamation of manual procedures, homegrown scripts, and other archaic approaches. These techniques are no longer effective, and merely serve to delay delivery while amplifying costs.
In this White paper - aimed at helping software development managers sharpen their software build-test-deploy process - we highlight seven common habits that plague the software delivery process for the typical enterprise.
In addition to describing the negative impact of each tendency, we also supply some guidelines to overcome these unfavorable patterns.