NEW YORK, NY--(Marketwire - Jan 7, 2013) - Nolio (www.noliosoft.com) today announces the publication of a new report by 451 Research Senior Analyst Jay Lyman highlighting the organization's capabilities in application release operations and continuous delivery. The report, titled 'Automation vendor Nolio grows, delves deeper into enterprise devops,' discusses an industry shift towards cloud computing and agile technology and explains how Nolio streamlines the end-to-end application delivery chain for worldwide enterprises.
In the 2012 fiscal year, Nolio doubled its annual revenue, announced more than 90 paying customers and multiple seven-digit deals with large enterprises.
"Nolio's growth reinforces the enterprise evolution of DevOps -- the confluence of application development and deployment via IT operations," said 451 Research Senior Analyst Jay Lyman. He goes on to explain "how more enterprise and service-provider customers are implementing automation, continuous deployment and DevOps more broadly."
"In 2012, we saw our customer base shift toward large enterprises," said CEO Doron Gerstel. "Our customers are focusing more and more on transforming their IT organizations and striving towards continuous delivery. Nolio's diverse eco-system enables them to build a unified and automated application delivery chain."
This report comes on the heels of Nolio's official launch of ASAP 4.5 with key new features including an interactive release calendar, approval gates, process tagging, and a built-in artifact repository.
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Nolio (http://www.noliosoft.com) is the Zero Touch Deployment™ company. The Nolio ASAP™ continuous application delivery platform reduces time-to-market and makes enterprise operations cloud ready. Customers use Nolio ASAP™ to reduce deployment time from days to minutes and eliminate downtime. The world's leading enterprises rely on Nolio to automate application deployment, maintenance, remediation and recovery across the application lifecycle on physical, virtual and cloud infrastructures.