At Stelligent, a guiding principle with customers is to automate all processes until they can be run from the click of a button and from a single command. The reason we do this is to reduce human bottlenecks. Anytime human needs are required to run a process, it delays feedback and its correction. By eliminating these bottlenecks, teams can release software systems whenever they choose to do so.
In this whitepaper, learn how you can codify all the things including documentation, tests, infrastructure and deployment pipelines. You will also learn how to make all version-control commits go through a process of building, deploying, testing, and releasing software systems that are both actively and passively monitored via fully configurable managed services via AWS.
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