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Which Release Management aspects help explain the difference between Waterfall and Agile?

IMO DevOps is culture, much like Agile (without choosing an agile methodology.) Therefore you don't "do" DevOps. You "do" a release methodology called Continuous Delivery as part ...
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How to transition from a complex branching reality to a single-branch model?

Because you mention waterfall, I understand that the numerous branches you are alluding to are feature-branches rather than maintenance-branches. In this setup, I also assume that these branches are ...
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How to transition from a complex branching reality to a single-branch model?

When migrating from something to something else, there are only two things you need to define: What is your target How to get there (the migration plan) The first part is, sadly, often overlooked or ...
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How to transition from a complex branching reality to a single-branch model?

It is actually very simple to convert a multi-branched hydra repository into a single branched model. First, you want to start with the branches which have the least difference between itself and ...
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Which Release Management aspects help explain the difference between Waterfall and Agile?

Not sure if there aren't any others, but these are the criteria I use: +-------------------+-----------+-----------+ ! Criteria ! Agile ! Waterfall ! +-------------------+-----------+----...
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Can the Waterfall method leverage CI/CD+ and still be considered Waterfall?

I don't see why not. Sequential SDLC models, like waterfall, are about the organization of steps. The requirements are "finalized" before extensive design begins. The design is "...
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