BOSTON–(BUSINESS WIRE)–XebiaLabs, the recognized leader in DevOps and Continuous Delivery software tools, today announced it has been chosen as a winner of the 2017 SD Times 100: ‘Best in Show’ Awards for Software Development in the DevOps category. The award underscores XebiaLabs’ reputation among leading industry analysts as the world-wide, top-ranked enterprise DevOps platform enabling the delivery of high quality software faster and at scale.
“We are thrilled to be recognized by SD Times as a Best in Show leader in the DevOps software category,” said Derek Langone, CEO of XebiaLabs. “In the past 18 months, DevOps has evolved from a loosely-coordinated, bottoms-up initiative to a CIO-driven mandate across enterprises. XebiaLabs has created the industry’s most scalable and comprehensive DevOps platform, exclusively focused to meet the demands of the world’s largest companies. As DevOps has become a serious pursuit for large companies, we are the platform of choice for the world’s most recognizable brands.”
More and more companies around the world and across industries have adopted DevOps and Continuous Delivery as essentials for quickly and reliably delivering software into the hands of their customers. As companies mature in their DevOps implementations, intelligence about the delivery pipeline is critical for optimizing processes to support business goals. The XebiaLabs DevOps Platform not only provides the orchestration, automation and standardization necessary to deliver great software at scale, it enables even the most complex enterprises to visualize, analyze and integrate detailed information across the entire pipeline to ensure market competitiveness.
To learn more about the XebiaLabs DevOps Platform, please visit https://xebialabs.com/products/.
XebiaLabs develops enterprise-scale Continuous Delivery and DevOps software, providing companies with the visibility, automation and control they need to deliver software faster and with less risk. Global market leaders rely on XebiaLabs to meet the increasing demand for accelerated and more reliable software releases.