AUTOMIC Launches Continuous Delivery for DevOps

Date 2015/10/20 8:51:58 | Topic: Product News

AUTOMIC has announced a new upgrade to their Application Release Automation portfolio to enable the continuous delivery of business applications. AUTOMIC features a continuous delivery pipeline which comprises capabilities including smart wizards, zero-code deployment modelling, automated rollback, application-ready infrastructure provisioning and automated testing orchestration.
In today’s business climate, enterprises are faced with immense pressure to drive digital transformation initiatives. This can have an overwhelming effect on the deployment pipeline backlog for Developers and IT Operations. AUTOMIC optimizes the deployment pipeline by bringing Developers and Operations together to work in unison and achieve their joint goals quickly, efficiently and effortlessly:
* For Developers, AUTOMIC enables rapid development by giving fast time to feedback from production use of code. Developers can continue to use any existing tools and simply plug them into the deployment pipeline with AUTOMIC Release Automation ensuring new builds and packages automatically delivered into test and production.
* For Operations, AUTOMIC enables “release at pace with control”. Operations can control the deployment pipeline with zero-code modelling in a safe, secure, compliant and scalable manner while achieving the speed of delivery that business demands dealing with any number of releases, from any number of development teams, in any geographic location.

“The DevOps market continues to gain momentum as enterprises look to drive digital transformation,” says Todd DeLaughter, CEO of AUTOMIC. “Dev and Ops teams need to work together seamlessly to deliver the business critical applications needed to differentiate and grow. At AUTOMIC we are focused on enabling a continuous deployment pipeline for these teams and use our strong enterprise heritage to provide the speed development needs yet providing the audit, compliance and control needed for modern agile DevOps communities.” 

This article comes from Software Development Tools

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