Continuous Delivery

Increase your development speed and scalability with Continuous Delivery, the hot new process that is replacing Scrum iterations and fixed-cycle releases. With Assembla, you can start with iteration planning and smoothly transition to a continuous flow of tasks. When you're ready, add code review, automated testing, and deployment until you can release as frequently as you want.

Continuous Delivery

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