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Atmosera Introduces Automated Continuous Release Management for Web Development

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by Angela Guess

According to a recent press release, “Atmosera, a premier Tier-I Microsoft Cloud Solution Provider (CSP), today announced the Atmosera Release Management as a Service (RMaaS) to automate the deployment of websites and applications in Azure Platform as a Service or PaaS environments. Customers include any companies, e-tailers, and web development agencies who want to improve time-to-revenue with a reliable, predictable, and repeatable delivery platform for their websites, e-commerce sites, portals and mobile web applications. The availability of the Atmosera Release Management as a Service supports an Azure-based low-touch solution incorporating change management for applications, SQL schema, and content. Customers benefit from a predictable and consistent experience with automated quality control that is especially useful when new features or versions are released frequently.”

The release goes on, “According to Gartner, ‘Many clients are on a journey with DevOps and continuous development, in which end-to-end automation is an integral part — covering development and operation. While Gartner data indicates a strong adoption of DevOps, the actual application of DevOps testing for applications is less widely spread (yet).’ The Atmosera Release Management as a Service was developed to address the gap which exists for companies and developers wanting to move quickly through release management while ensuring quality control and repeatable testing procedures. The platform was purpose-built for Azure using productized integration code to seamlessly connect industry-leading products including: Chef: infrastructure automation; Bitbucket: web-based projects hosting; Terraform: version control; JIRA: project management; Jenkins: continuous integration and delivery management; Zabbix: real-time monitoring; Selenium: web application testing.”

Read more at PRweb.

Photo credit: Atmosera

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