Historically, realising a new version of the platform like IPM Decisions would have been problematic and time-consuming. In order to mitigate such problems, ADAS has decided to deliver the software in another open-source platform, Docker containers. Docker containers enable different services within the platform to incorporate everything the application needs in order to run.
Using all the technologies above, ADAS developers can commit a new change, test the solution, build a new version and have it ready for release with just one click.
ADAS is also currently looking to host its applications in a cloud computing service, like Microsoft Azure, allowing a complete Continuous Implementation/Continuous Delivery (CI/CD) of the project.