The primary goal of any software project is to find out any steps that can be automated by ensuring a smooth automated flow that doesn’t compromise on the outcome. The faster you can release the new versions to the users, the better it is for your business. But how do you quickly implement the release process? Well, you could do it manually. While a manual approach might be a way to practice it, it is not an efficient approach. This is where the magic of CI/CD comes. CI and CD are two abbreviations for Continuous Integration and Continuous Delivery. Continuous Integration describes a process of the changes that flow to the repository driven by the development team. Continuous Delivery describes the process of the new product version automatic deployment. The more automation comes in, the better the developers can focus on the code quality, which gets automatically reviewed. Once everything passes the quality Gateway, a deployment process will be kicked in. Once deployed, the users get ideally notified through e-mails or any kind of way that the changes are moved to a live environment. A simplified approach is the best way to start any automated flow. Don’t forget, the value in return for an automated process is the time and the quality we can return to the user.
10 August 2022
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