Implementing Continuous Delivery
Organizations attempting to deploy continuous delivery tend to make two common mistakes. The first is to treat continuous delivery as an end-state, a goal in itself. The second is to spend a lot of time and energy worrying about what products to use.
In this section you can read about the two biggest impediments to continuous delivery: enterprise architecture, and organizational culture. You can also see a set of patterns that have been successfully applied to increase throughput, stability and quality.
- A short article on how to navigate a successful transformation initiative: Six Steps To Survive A DevOps Transformation
- My 45m talk on Adopting Continuous Delivery
- Linda Rising’s excellent 45m talk Organizational Change Myths and Patterns for Evangelists. Linda also co-authored two great books on change management: Fearless Change and More Fearless Change.