Pros And Cons Of Continuous Delivery

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Although the end goal and product of this project is a continuous delivery pipeline using
Docker, it is very important to understand that adopting continuous delivery practices is not primarily about choosing what tools to use. Having tools, and choosing the right tools are important, but this tends not to be where people struggle in the adoption of
CD practices. As Jez Humble himself puts it: “tools are important, but they are not typically the deciding factor.”[50]
Subsequently, the problems that arise when doing continuous delivery will typically not be technology problems. The tools and practices you need to employ CD exist in a multitude of varieties, with more emerging every day. The problems are rather “peopleproblems” and cultural issues.[51] The methods and practices of
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Continuous Delivery is a high-discipline approach. It requires more rigour not less. Continuous Delivery requires significant cultural changes within the development teams that adopt it and beyond. It is not a simple process to adopt, but the rewards are enormous. Continuous Delivery changes the economics of software development.
Continuous Delivery is the process that is chosen by some of the most successful companies in the world. This is not an accident. In my opinion
Continuous Delivery finally delivers on the promise of software development.
What businesses want from software is to quickly and efficiently put new ideas before their users. Continuous Delivery is built on that

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