Continuous Integration and Continuous Deployment
Continuous Integration (CI) is a popular development practice that is essential for successful DevOps teams. It enables developers to continuously merge code changes into a shared repository. This helps to ensure that the code is up-to-date and free from errors. Additionally, CI allows developers to easily test and deploy code to production environments. This helps to reduce the time it takes to get changes into production and reduces the risk of bugs and other problems.
Continuous Deployment (CD) is a powerful technique in the DevOps world. It is the practice of automatically pushing new code to production servers as soon as it is ready. This is the ultimate goal of DevOps — to move fast without sacrificing quality or security. With Continuous Deployment, developers can quickly push out new features and bug fixes, without having to go through tedious, manual processes.
Atlassian’s Bitbucket Pipelines is Atlantic BT’s preferred CI/CD solution. It works with multiple development tools, but many other options also exist. Teams can stay up-to-date with the latest code changes and deploy them quickly and efficiently. With the right tools and processes in place, teams can get their code into production faster and with fewer hiccups.