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For Application Development & Delivery Professionals

Find And Fix The Gaps In Your Modern Software Delivery

Assessment: The Modern Application Delivery Playbook

April 6, 2018


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This is the Assessment report in The Modern Application Delivery Playbook For 2019.

Why Read This Report

Customer-obsessed organizations increasingly expect application leaders to speed and scale software delivery. Many leaders know they need to improve, but they struggle with what to do and where to start. Different application development and delivery (AD&D) teams face different challenges, but the patterns are consistent across organizations. Forrester's modern application delivery (MAD) assessment tool helps app development leaders find the gaps in their processes — and systematically and continuously fix them. This is an update of a previously published report; Forrester reviews and updates it periodically for continued relevance and accuracy; most recently, we updated this report to adhere to Forrester's assessment maturity tool and align the technology categories to the latest modern application delivery (MAD) playbook vision report.

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Table of Contents

  • To Deliver Superior Customer Value, Take A Different Approach
  • Assess Systemic Delivery Barriers To Improve Performance
  • After Assessment, Zero In On Fixing The Problems
  • Recommendations

  • Use The MAD Assessment Tool To Streamline Software Delivery
  • Supplemental Material
  • Related Research Documents

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