Want to Improve Your Agile Process? Look to Containers

Want to Improve Your Agile Process? Look to Containers

Agile software development, which has become nearly ubiquitous over the last decade, was a revolution. Instead of waterfall development, with its long cycles that required planning six to nine months ahead, Agile came in and required planning only two to four weeks ahead for fast iterations, each of which was potentially shippable. At least, this is how Agile was sold to management.

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