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I was recently asked to participate in the DevOps track at IPExpo Manchester and share some of my experience in adopting Continuous Delivery. This made a refreshing change from focusing on Jenkins specific features and techniques. In preparing for this talk it made me think about the projects I have been involved in over the years, what was successful, what was not.
What I concluded was that there is no single “magic answer”. It’s not the choice of tools, the type of application, the methodology followed or the skills of individual developers. However, ignoring any single one of these aspects is likely to result in missing out on the real benefits of Continuous Delivery.