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"Davide Penitente" K. 469: "A Te, Fra Tanti Affanni – Udisti i Voti Miei" (07:04)

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Stanislas de Barbeyrac sings an aria. Members of the Académie Equestre de Versailles lead horses in dressage. Minkowski conducts musicians from the Louvre Grenoble in the Mozart composition.

"Davide Penitente" K. 469: Se Vuoi, Puniscimi" (04:27)

Members of the Académie Equestre de Versailles lead horses in dressage. Minkowski conducts the Salzburg Bach Choir and musicians from the Louvre Grenoble in the Mozart composition.

"Davide Penitente" K. 469: "Fra l'oscure Ombre Funeste – Alme Belle" (06:28)

Karg sings an aria. Members of the Académie Equestre de Versailles lead horses in dressage. Minkowski conducts musicians from the Louvre Grenoble in the Mozart composition.

"Davide Penitente" K. 469: "Tutte le Mie Speranze" (03:57)

Karg, Crebassa, and de Barbeyrac sing a trio. Members of the Académie Equestre de Versailles lead horses in dressage. Minkowski conducts the Salzburg Bach Choir and musicians from the Louvre Grenoble in the Mozart composition.

Effective Testing (03:00)

Without automated testing, huge backlogs will occur. Excellent quality assurance is essential for CD to be successful. Do not consider the process unless you have proof of concept, the development team agrees, and testing is in place.

Conclusion- Implementing and Sustaining Continuous Delivery (02:43)

Potential future innovations include programs that can analyze the product development life cycle and incorporating artificial intelligence. Mastin emphasizes that Scrum can lead to a better process.

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Implementing and Sustaining Continuous Delivery

Part of the Series : Understanding Today's Application Development and Integration Practices
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A report by the Standish Group, a technology research advisory organization, tells us that typically, 31% of software projects today get canceled before completion, and 52% can run as much as 189% over budget. With statistics like these, there’s little wonder why software development professionals are looking for effective alternatives to traditional release engineering. In this program, Chas Mastin, Vice President of Engineering and R&D at Control Group, a technology and design company, explores one such development alternative, aptly called Continuous Delivery. After viewing this program, technology and business professionals alike will better understand the benefits and challenges that CD brings to the software development process. After successfully completing this segment, you should be able to: understand the background and essentials of Continuous Delivery, recognize the benefits and challenges of implementing and sustaining CD, and identify best practices for success with CD.

Length: 25 minutes

Item#: BVL145977

Copyright date: ©2015

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