Detect Errors through Continuous Integration

DevOps and agile software development drive massive investments due to their high potential. However, five key activities have to go right for companies in order to realize the benefits they seek:

  • Continuous integration
  • Continuous delivery
  • Cloud infrastructure
  • Test automation
  • Configuration management

While each of these is vital to proper DevOps, the most difficult elements to master are continuous integration and continuous delivery, or CICD.

Focusing on build and test, continuous integration is a software engineering practice where members of a team integrate their work with increasing frequency. In keeping with the continuous integration strategy, teams strive to integrate one or more times per day. This practice emphasizes automation tools that drive build and test to reduce integration efforts and detect errors more rapidly.

Lower Costs through Continuous Delivery

What continuous integration is to build and test, continuous delivery is to packaging and deployment. This is where software is built, configured, and packaged. The deployment of software is orchestrated in such a way that it can be released to production at any time in a software-defined manner with a lower cost and higher automation.

Helping businesses improve the pace of their software lifecycle management using automation frameworks with CICD is where CorSource excels. Our team can provide high-level consulting services, technical execution, and staffing to meet your needs.

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