Deployment Pipelines and Automation

Deployment pipelines and other tools for deploying code

Branches and frequent commits are great tools for ensuring a robust development process, but how can you know whether the code will run or not?

We use something called CI/CD, which stands for Continuous Integration/Continuous Delivery.

Continuous Integration (CI)

Continuous Integration tools automate the process of making sure code runs in the first place without fatal errors and can run pre-defined tests against the code to make sure previously working functionality has not been broken.

Continuous Delivery (CD)

Continuous Delivery tools automate the process of deploying the code to different environments—from your local machine or code repository (such as GitHub) to your testing, staging, and production environments. Since many parts of the deployment process are repetitive tasks that will mostly stay the same across deployments, this helps to reduce human error in the deployment process and can also help reduce disruptions for end users.

For more information on how to leverage CI/CD tools, check out our overview of CI/CD tools and our some of our favorites here.

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