Fail fast to learn fast in your build-test-release workflow
The goal of Continuous Delivery is to move your production release frequency (yes, production readiness counts!) from months to weeks or even days. Teams that succeed at Continuous Delivery design their build-test-release cycle with an eye towards failing as early as possible. Early failure is cheap and easy to fix. So it really comes down to getting short feedback loops across your workflow.
Months to weeks to days
Deploy a great product faster.
Agile teams deliver working software early and often. Go automates and streamlines the build-test-release cycle for worry free, continuous delivery of your product. Learn More
Cut the waste.
Constant improvement is a core Agile value. Even the smoothest workflow will benefit from Go’s smart and novel approaches to slashing inefficiencies and redundancy.
Spot the breakdowns.
Broken builds are a daily part of Agile life. Embrace your bugs with actionable reports showing you the who, what and where of problem code. Then fix it and move on.
What‘s New in Go 13.2?
- Value Stream Map
- Concurrent Edits
- Mercurial branches
Datasheets & Whitepapers
What Customers are Saying
“Business knows all too well that slower and larger releases are buggy and unreliable. With Go we have frequent releases of smaller amounts of functionality. This avoids all the pressure, escalations, and rollbacks, while enabling reliable, predictable releases. They really see a value in this.”
“A year ago, if a check-in that broke an acceptance test was committed, it wouldn't be highlighted till the next morning. With Go, this break-fix-verify process has been slashed from 48 hours to just one.”
“It is better to work with a flexible solution, so you can adapt to change without locking in everything upfront. The flexibility and visibility provided by Mingle and Go were key to enabling us to improve our delivery process.”