CI/CD

What is CI/CD?

Continuous Integration and Continuous Deployment are strategies to automate build, test, and release processes to deploy to production faster.

Continuous Integration (CI) is a process that emphasizes developers integrating work into a shared branch as often as possible, typically daily. This reduces the size and complexity of each commit, lowering the chance of a merge conflict and keeping drift from the main branch at a minimum.

Continuous Deployment (CD) is a process that extends CI into the delivery stage through automated testing and validation of releases. The goal of CD is to ensure you always have a release candidate that is ready for deployment into production.

Benefits of CI/CD

DECREASED INTEGRATION ISSUES
When integration happens more often and branchs are smaller in size, large and complicated merge issues are less likely to occur.

DECREASED INTEGRATION ISSUES
When integration happens more often and branchs are smaller in size, large and complicated merge issues are less likely to occur.

DECREASED INTEGRATION ISSUES
When integration happens more often and branchs are smaller in size, large and complicated merge issues are less likely to occur.

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