Minimum Viable Continuous Delivery

Bryan Finster explains the minimums required to benefit from continuous delivery, and some common misconceptions that lead to pain.

Bryan Finster is a co-creator of Minimum Viable Continuous Delivery, and in this episode of the Tiny DevOps podcast we talk about how this concept was born, what problems it aims to address, and how you can use it on your team to improve your continuous delivery.

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