Setting up CI/CD
Before we start building pipelines, it’s good to have a definition of CI and CD.
- Continuous Integration (CI) is built on the principle of a shared repository, where code is frequently updated and shared across teams that work in the cloud environments. CI allows developers to work together on the same code at the same time. The changes in the code are directly integrated and ready to be fully tested in different test environments.
- Continuous Delivery or Deployment (CD) focuses on the automated transfer of software to test environments. The ultimate goal of CD is to bring software to production in a fully automated way. Various tests are performed automatically. After deployment, developers immediately receive feedback on the functionality of the code.
CI/CD enables the DevOps cycle. Combined with CI/CD, all responsibilities, from planning to management, lie with the team, and changes can reach the customer much faster through an automated and robust development...