From Manual to Automated, The Evolution of Continuous Delivery at United

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Silvia Prickel Managing Director, Enterprise Quality and Release Management, United Airlines

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Just one short year ago, United began the journey towards zero-touch automation. Relying on CA Release Automation, United evolved from a manual, one-per-month release cycle with low test coverage to 4-7 releases a month with fully automated test cases including full regression, security scans, and load testing. During this time, they have seen a 20% improvement in productivity and saved over 22,000 hours of manual testing to date. And the transformation continues. United has a clear picture of success, and continues to work toward a fully automated continuous delivery organization inclusive of tools, processes, and cultural transformation.

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