Towards Definitions for Release Engineering and DevOps

@article{Dyck2015TowardsDF,
  title={Towards Definitions for Release Engineering and DevOps},
  author={Andrej Dyck and Ralf Penners and Horst Lichter},
  journal={2015 IEEE/ACM 3rd International Workshop on Release Engineering},
  year={2015},
  pages={3-3}
}
Delivering software fast, reliable, and predictable is essential for software development organizations. Yet, they often struggle to implement proper approaches and practices like release engineering and DevOps. One reason is the lack of consistent definitions for both of these terms, making it difficult to grasp the meaning and adding further confusion. To the best of our knowledge, there are no uniform definitions for both terms, and thus, many inadequate or even wrong interpretations exist… Expand
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