The holy grail of software delivery is to commit to your source repository and watch the new version of your code automatically deployed and running to your beta or QA stack. If you're deploying to a PaaS, such as Heroku, you can already do this today. However, for the rest of us that deploy to a private data center, a private cloud, or a public cloud with servers in a VPC we're left out in the cold.
I saw this article on HackerNews this morning -
Continuous Delivery with a Real Deployment Platform
I agree'd with the CEO's view point, but it was finding out the Andreseen Horowitz is funding them that really piqued my interested.
What are your thoughts?