Application Release Orchestration – Gartner Critical Capabilities
Gartner Scores Electric Cloud Highest Across All Critical Capabilities Use Cases for Application Release Orchestration
Delivering software applications to production faster and more reliably has become imperative to the future success of any business. Application Release Orchestration (ARO) extends automation to include orchestration as a key enabler for success.
Read this complimentary report and we believe you’ll see:
- How Application Release Orchestration solutions help in enterprise software delivery
- The Critical Capabilities recommended for Application Release Automation solutions
- Why Electric Cloud scored highest across all use cases supporting
- Release Manager Use Case
- Application/Product Owner
- DevOps/Application Team Member
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*Critical Capabilities for Application Release Orchestration; Published: 10 September 2018 ID: ID: G00343556; Analyst(s): Colin Fletcher, Laurie Wurster, Christopher Little
**Magic Quadrant for Application Release Orchestration; Published: 10 September 2018 ID: ID: G00343560; Analyst(s): Colin Fletcher, Laurie Wurster, Christopher Little