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Decision Maker’s Guide to Enterprise Linux

Expert Analysis on Key Enterprise Linux Distributions

For better or worse, committing to an enterprise Linux distribution has a long-lasting and far-reaching impact on organizations. That means companies need to make the right decision the first time if they want to meet and exceed their business goals.

In our Decision Maker's Guide to Enterprise Linux, we break down 20 of the top paid and free enterprise Linux distributions and discuss the key points decision makers need to consider before they commit.

Understand the Enterprise Linux Landscape

When you download the Decision Maker's Guide to Enterprise Linux, you get instant access to timely and in-depth analysis on enterprise Linux distributions -- ranging from stalwarts like CentOS and RHEL, to emerging distributions like Rocky Linux. For each distribution, we provide an expert assessment of:

  • Build stability
  • Ecosystem maturity
  • Security update frequency
  • Suitability for cloud, CI/CD, and embedded systems
  • Viability for use at enterprise scale
  • And more

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Gear Up For Modern Service Delivery

Just as industrialization modernized the production of goods, automation applied to the modern service delivery life cycle can increase the speed and quality of service releases, which you can tailor to the right cadence of your business. Use new and newly repurposed tools to automate the full life cycle.
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Version Everything for Outstanding DevOps Performance

Over the last five years, the DevOps movement has brought Development and Operations teams together to meet the common goal of releasing better-quality software faster.

A key to DevOps success is the adoption of and adherence to a much advocated best practice: version everything.

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Continuous Delivery is Reshaping the Future of ALM

Continuous delivery equals competitive advantage releasing software many times a day may sound like science fiction, but it’s reality for a growing number of firms. Continuous delivery is a shift to assembly of components and services, and a new DevOps compact provide the means to pivot away from the frustrations of the past to become the enabler of new, exciting digital customer experiences.
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Continuous Delivery: Five Habits of Highly Successful Practitioners

Continuous Delivery is a development discipline in which software can be released to production at any time. It’s about building a development and release pipeline where early feedback, automated build and test, and incremental deployments into production can dramatically speed up release cycles. Indeed, you accelerate your time to market -- providing a continuous flow of “release candidates” for business acceptance -- without sacrificing quality.
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Continuous Delivery in Practice

Continuous Delivery allows you to get new features and capabilities to market quickly and reliably— both highly desirable outcomes. But to achieve these outcomes, you need processes and controls that make sure your continuous delivery reaches its full potential.
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Continuous Delivery: The New Normal

Continuous Delivery is an emerging software development methodology that automates and improves software delivery. By building the capability to rapidly, reliably, and repeatedly push out enhancements and bug fixes to customers at low risk and with minimal manual overhead, software development organizations can respond to business needs faster and improve satisfaction for business stakeholders and end users alike.
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Continuous Delivery: Five Habits of Highly Successful Practitioners

Continuous Delivery is a development discipline in which software can be released to production at any time. It's about building a development and release pipeline where early feedback, automated build and test, and incremental deployments into production can dramatically speed up release cycles. Indeed, you accelerate your time to market -- providing a continuous flow of 'release candidates' for business acceptance -- without sacrificing quality.
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Continuous Delivery in Practice: How Leading Practitioners are Successfully Accelerating and Improving Releases

Continuous Delivery allows you to get new features and capabilities to market quickly and reliably - both highly desirable outcomes. But to achieve these outcomes, you need processes and controls that make sure your continuous delivery reaches its full potential. That is why adopters of Continuous Delivery consistently follow a set of best practices: Version Everything; Automate All That You Can; Use a Mainline Model for Visibility and a Single Source of Truth; Maintain a System of Record.
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