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Aviturians are determined to find new possibilities at every turn and recognize challenges as opportunities for growth. We believe learning is a continuous journey and that education has no end point. Join us on this journey; explore our insights to see what we’ve learned and what we’re continuing to discover.

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February 23, 2022

Continuous Delivery Strategy: Definition, Tools, And How to Get There

devops  |  product development  |  software development

Welcome to Create Impact, a new series from Aviture focused on the topics that inspire our engineers to innovate. In each article, an Aviture team member will take you on a deep dive into a subject they’re passionate about, showing you the thinking behind cutting-edge engineering advances, the latest UX trends, development theories, and other unique topics that enable Aviturians to embrace the Art of the Possible for our clients.   In this post, Senior Solution Architect Joel Elixson explores how continuous delivery can revolutionize the software development process. He defines continuous delivery, explores how to overcome barriers to widespread adoption, and shows how the right tools and culture are crucial for spurring innovation.

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March 06, 2015

Garage By Aviture Speaker Series - Neal Ford, ThoughtWorks

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The Garage By Aviture is excited to announce its second Speaker Series - Neal Ford, Software Architect and Director at ThoughtWorks. The event is free but registration is required, please RSVP on the Event Page. Building Microservice Architectures His talk, Building Microservice Architectures, describes this architectural style, as exemplified by Netflix and Amazon, as the first post-DevOps revolution architecture. Ford describes the larger context, what problem is being solved, characteristics of microservice architectures, and engineering best practices.

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