Continuous delivery: What works (and what doesn’t)

“The purpose of automation in continuous delivery is to allow the team to focus their attention on what to build, rather than spending their time pushing bits onto servers.”

And some bit-picking on terms from Fowler:

“Continuous delivery just means that you are able to do frequent deployments but may choose not to do it, usually due to businesses preferring a slower rate of deployment. In order to do continuous deployment you must be doing continuous delivery.”

Continuous delivery: What works (and what doesn’t)