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Press Release : XebiaLabs Releases XL Platform
on 2014/2/27 11:36:24 (2093 reads)
Press Release

XebiaLabs today announced XL Platform, a flexible delivery automation solution to help enterprises deliver higher quality software at a pace that goes beyond error-prone manual processes. XebiaLabs (www.xebialabs.com) enables organizations like Expedia, John Deere, GE, and Duke Energy to build their dedicated delivery automation platform for releasing high-quality applications faster.

XL Platform comprises XL Deploy, application release automation, and XL Release, enterprise release management for DevOps and Continuous Delivery, both of which are version 4 products with substantial enterprise adoption. New to the platform are XL Test, the first dedicated Agile test management and analysis tool and XL Scale, for on-demand provisioning and scaling of full environments.

XL Deploy 4.0 delivers the industry's first automated deployment parallelization, advanced artifact staging capabilities and a new scheduling console. XL Release 4.0 features a UI redesign for even more space and ease of use, new delivery pipeline and release summary dashboards, and webhook support for simple configuration of additional automated tasks.

XebiaLabs Introduces XL Platform

Supporters of Agile, DevOps and Continuous Delivery need a way for distributed teams spanning business, development, QA, operations and release management to create an end-to-end lifecycle value chain. The XL Platform provides lightweight, plug-and-play delivery automation products for deployment, on-demand environment provisioning, Agile test management and release management.

"We want DevOps teams to realize the benefits of a true Continuous Delivery model, where the process of building, packaging and testing is completely automated," said Coert Baart, CEO. "With XL Platform, teams can improve the software development procedure and you immediately improve the quality of your applications; and that's good for user happiness and the bottom line."

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