Continuous Delivery helps you deliver software faster, with better quality and at lower cost. Who doesn't want to delivery software faster, better and cheaper? I certainly want that!
No matter how good you are at Continuous Delivery, you can always do one step better. Even if you are as good as Google or Facebook, you can still do one step better. Myself included, I can do one step better.
But also if you are just getting started with Continuous Delivery, there is a feasible step to take you forward.
In this series, I describe a plan that helps you determine where you are right now and what your next step should be. To be complete, I'll start at the very beginning. I expect most of you have passed the first steps already.
The steps you already took
This is the first part in the series: What is your next step in Continuous Delivery? I'll start with three steps combined in a single post. This is because the great majority of you has gone through these steps already.