Sunday, October 02, 2016

Continuous Integration vs Continuous Delivery vs Continuous Deployment

Continuous Integration (CI) is a development practice where developers are required to integrate their code to shared repository several times a day. Each time when the code is checked in, it is verified using an automated build so failures can be detected early, notified and fixed.
Continuous Delivery is a series of practices designed to ensure that code can be rapidly and safely deployed to production by delivering every change to a production-like environment and ensuring business applications and services function as expected through rigorous automated testing. Since every change is delivered to a staging environment using complete automation, you can have confidence the application can be deployed to production with a push of a button when the business is ready.
Continuous Deployment is the next step of continuous delivery: Every change that passes the automated tests is deployed to production automatically. Continuous deployment should be the goal of most companies that are not constrained by regulatory or other requirements.
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