Continuous Delivery from Months to Weeks

Fail Fast, Learn Fast.

While scope reduction and cutting through silos helps accelerate your Continuous Delivery (CD) goal, getting a feature live in a matter of days or weeks is tough. While helping teams to cross the chasm from months to weeks, one common thread that has emerged is “Fail fast, Learn fast”.

ThoughtWorks’ Jez Humble’s popular book on CD too underscores its importance. The goal of CD is to be in a production-ready state as much as possible, execute one-click production releases, and then optimize.

Build-test-release cycles are complex with multiple moving parts. Failing early is cheap, easy to fix, and makes further attempts feasible.

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