In my previous blog post I wrote about Continuous Delivery from our perspective here at Landis+Gyr. Now is a good time to revisit this topic so I can tell you more about continuous delivery tools: what we use to secure quality in our deliveries and why we have selected these particular tools. In this post, I focus on a technology-independent, powerful, widely used and supported and cost-effective tool set. That’s right, I’m talking about GIT, Gerrit and Jenkins. Those are our primary tools in our Continuous Delivery process.
[in Finnish below]
Principles of software production have changed from traditional style to agile software development such as Agile, Scrum, TDD and Continuous Delivery. Thanks to agile software development, it’s easier and faster to react to customers’ and project’s needs. Fast changes require a solid method which enables the fast feedback about the changes and their impact. To answer this challenge we have chosen Continuous Delivery as one of our methods. It supports our goal to deliver our products fast to our customers.