Continuous Delivery in Action: Interactive Knowledge Center

September 19, 2012 CollabNet VersionOne

Welcome to the Interactive Knowledge Center: home to everything Continuous Delivery!

You’ve heard about Continuous Delivery’s many benefits, such as dramatically improved product quality and accelerated time to market, and now you want to make it work for you. You are probably familiar with the general concepts and business benefits of Continuous Integration and Delivery, and are now ready to move to the next step. Perhaps you have even started implementing Continuous Delivery within your organization, and want to discuss your experiences and network with peers to help improve your processes. You have come to the right place!

Continuous Delivery in Action is a new forum for CD enthusiasts like you. On this interactive site, you will find informative articles, practical how-to guides, access to webinars, whitepapers, and demos.  Bookmark this page, or subscribenow to receive automated updates.

If you want to come up to speed on the general concepts and best practices of Continuous Integration and Continuous Delivery before participating in the technical forum, check out our first series: Closing the Agile Loop: Continuous Integration & Delivery for the Enterprise. Here you will find a library of webinars, resources and quick start videos to get you up to speed in no time.

Here is a sneak preview of what’s coming…

  • Oct. 9:  Live Webinar with demo and Q&A: A Continuous Delivery Pipeline in 20 Minutes (register now!)
  • Oct. 24: How-to Guide: Jenkins Installation and ALM Integration
  • Nov. 6: New Technical Whitepaper: Agile Planning and CI/CD
  • Nov. 22:  How-to Guide: Configuring Your SCM for CI
  • Dec. 18: Live Webinar with demo and Q&A: Story Branching for CI

Did we by chance miss a topic that you are dying to know all about? Please tell us, by posting a comment below!

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