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Continues Integration and Continues Delivery: DevOps/Agile approach

 
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Wanted to get more insight on CICD approach. And wheather this will be the future of production ready environment.
 
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Continuous Integration:


Continuous Integration can be viewed as a software engineering task where source code is merged and tested in a version controlled project such as Git.

Usually a Continuous Integration Build is triggered via source control management, meaning a developer pushes a commit to a version control system such as git.

A Continuous Integration Build is more than just a compilation step. It can consist of a compilation step, a testing phase, a code inspection phase, and a deployment phase.

A Continuous Integration Build can act as a kind of verification step that checks that your software is working as a cohesive unit.

Continuous Delivery


Continuous Delivery (CD) is the point at which you deliver a software product to your end users.

A product is only useful if your intended users can actually use the product.

CI/CD will tie into a Deployment Pipeline, I have attached visual on a possible deployment pipeline but think about CI/CD as a tool for shipping a feature to an end user/customer.

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