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What Is CI/CD? Beginner’s Guide To Continuous Integration and Deployments

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CI/CD Explained

CI/CD stands for continuous integration and continuous deployment and they are the backbone of modern-day DevOps practices. CI/CD is the process that allows software to be continuously built, tested, automated, and delivered in a continuous cadence. In a rapidly developing world with increasing requirements, the development and integration process need to be at the same speed to ensure business delivery.

What Is Continuous Integration?

CI, or continuous integration, works on automated tests and builds. Changes made by developers are stored in a source branch of a shared repository. Any changes committed to this branch go through builds and testing before merging. This ensures consistent quality checks of the code that gets merged.


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