October 04, 2017

Shutterstock Metro rail systems are designed to deliver passengers continuously, with trains rolling in one after another in rapid succession. Increasingly, organizations are striving to deliver software in a similar matter: releasing applications and software updates in a constant and scheduled stream. This is often referred to as continuous delivery. Surprisingly, organizations looking to achieve continuous delivery can learn some lessons from well-run rail systems.

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