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GrowthBook - Open Source Feature Flags and A/B Tests
GrowthBook is an open source platform that gives any company the power of a customized feature flagging and A/B testing system
Return on CI/CD Is Larger than the Business Outcome – The New Stack
If a software organization is not yet adopting CI/CD, its leadership and management should realize that they are already behind and at a huge disadvantage.
Cartographer
Easily Build Cloud Native Supply Chains
Cartographer allows you to create secure and reusable supply chains that define all of your application CI and CD in one place, in clust
Devtron - The DevOps Accelerator
An open-source release orchestration & CI/CD platform | Simplified software delivery workflow for kubernetes
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State of Continuous Delivery Report: 18 Months into the COVID-19 Pandemic
In this report, commissioned by the CDF and authored by SlashData, we explore the current state of the CD developer ecosystem and how this has evolved over the past year. We look at:

how many developers are involved in the broader DevOps space;
how many work with continuous delivery technologies in particular;
how developers’ software delivery performance has changed over time;
which developer segments have experienced the greatest shifts;
and which factors contribute the most to superior software delivery performance.
OpenGitOps
OpenGitOps is a set of open-source standards and best practices.
Flagger
Progressive Delivery operator for Kubernetes (Canary, A/B Testing and Blue/Green deployments)
GitHub icon Open source
dokku: A docker-powered PaaS that helps you build and manage the lifecycle of applications
A docker-powered PaaS that helps you build and manage the lifecycle of applications
GitHub icon Open source
Deployment Strategies Defined
Let’s talk about deployments. This topic used to be considered an uninteresting implementation detail, but is now becoming a fundamental element for modern systems. I feel like everyone understand its importance, and is working to build solutions around it, but we are missing some structure and definition. People use different terms for same meanings, or same terms for different meanings. This leads to other people reinventing the wheel trying to solve their problems. We need a common understanding of this topic in order to build better tools, make better decisions, and simplify communication with each other.