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XebiaLabs Presents How to Implement Continuous Delivery With Enterprise Java Middleware

ThoughtWorks to Also Participate in Webinar to Help Software Developers Reduce Production-Release Cycles From Months to Days

BOSTON, MA -- (Marketwired) -- 09/09/13 -- XebiaLabs ( today announced the company will present a September 10th webinar with ThoughtWorks on how enterprise Java middleware software developers can accelerate production release frequencies. Attendees can join Andrew Phillips, XebiaLabs VP Products, and Marco Abis, ThoughtWorks, Go Product Manager, to examine the challenges of Continuous Delivery and possible solutions for addressing the challenges in a complex environment.

Phillips and Abis will also discuss the key drivers and benefits for adopting Continuous Delivery and simple ways to launch the process. Attendees can also view a Java EE delivery pipeline using ThoughtWorks Go and XebiaLabs Deployit, both of which help developers address the challenges commonly encountered in enterprise environments.

Key Facts

What: How to Implement Continuous Delivery with Enterprise Java Middleware
Who: Andrew Phillips, VP Products, XebiaLabs; Marco Abis, Go Product Manager, ThoughtWorks
When: Tuesday, September 10; 11:00am Eastern, 10:00am Central, 8:00am Pacific
Where: Online register here (
Cost: No charge to attend

Key Concepts Attendees Will Learn

  • Tracking dependencies between systems/projects to improve impact analysis
  • Deploying multi-component applications such as code, configuration and DB changes
  • Providing fully-versioned, traceable deliverables
  • Parallelizing time-consuming activities to accelerate pipelines
  • Keeping full track of deliverables -- what, how, when and by whom -- for audit purposes
  • Identifying and improving pipeline bottlenecks

"The Continuous Delivery approach reduces production-release frequencies from months to weeks or even days," said Phillips. "But achieving Continuous Delivery in a complex enterprise IT environment running Java EE middleware such as WebLogic, WebSphere or JBoss requires specific tools and best practices. That's exactly what software developers and team managers will learn about at this webinar."

For more information: Register now (

About XebiaLabs

With customers such as 3M, Air France-KLM, Duke Energy, Pitney Bowes, and Societe Generale, XebiaLabs is a leading provider of Continuous Delivery Automation focused on helping organizations deliver business value faster and more efficiently. XebiaLabs' flagship product, Deployit, is the only fully-automated Application Release Automation solution, allowing customers to carry out and scale application deployments across all middleware and cloud environments. Headquartered in the U.S., XebiaLabs has a world-wide network of sales offices and partners. For more information, please visit

About ThoughtWorks
With 29 offices in 12 countries, ThoughtWorks is a software company and a community of passionate, purpose-led individuals. The company thinks disruptively to deliver technology to address clients' toughest challenges, all while seeking to revolutionize the IT industry and create positive social change. For more information, please visit

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