XebiaLabs today announced it was selected for inclusion in this year’s SD Times 100, recognizing the company’s products for “advancing the state of the art of software development.” Global corporations such as 3M, General Electric, John Deere, and Xerox use XebiaLabs to automate the software release process, improving the quality and repeatability of software production rollouts. SD Times, a leading industry trade publication with more than 60,000 subscribers, chose XebiaLabs as a leader in the ALM & Development Tools category.
“Application life-cycle management, which now covers agile, product-line management and performance tracking, needs sound methods and coupled with up-to-date tools and platforms. These companies helped developers stick to the plan and avoid falling behind,” wrote SD Times editors.
While application development times have accelerated of late due to agile, scrum and other methodologies, deployment best practices have not kept pace, resulting in a significant bottleneck at the point of application release. XebiaLabs automation platform addresses this critical issue and supports Continuous Delivery, a set of processes and practices that radically removes waste from the software production process and creates a rapid and effective feedback loop with end users. The result is that DevOps teams can accelerate the delivery of new software updates and features into the marketplace.
Most recently the company announced publication of “The IT Manager’s Guide to Continuous Delivery,” one of the only guides of its type to cover the subject of Continuous Delivery, presenting measurable business benefits, best practices, and advice on how to get started. The book can be freely downloaded at http://go.xebialabs.com/IT-Managers-Guide-to-CD.html.
XebiaLabs develops enterprise-scale Continuous Delivery and DevOps software, providing companies with the visibility, automation and control they need to deliver software faster and with less risk. Global market leaders rely on XebiaLabs to meet the increasing demand for accelerated and more reliable software releases.
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