Share Your Thoughts on the State of Software Delivery
Mar 1, 2019 by Armory
Product development organizations are continually looking to modernize development and delivery practices to accelerate time-to-market for new features and products.
With the introduction of recent software delivery innovations such as microservices and CI/CD, organizations are moving up the maturity chain from traditional deployment methods which can be unreliable and manually intensive towards full SDLC automation.
So where do you stack up in your development and delivery practices?
To better understand where organizations across industries are in their journey towards software delivery nirvana and the associated technologies they are using to get there, we have designed a short survey to uncover the state of software delivery, the challenges organizations are facing, and the latest innovations that are being used to overcome those challenges.
Complete this survey today to get early access to the final report and for a chance to win an Amazon Echo 2 Show!
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