Continuous Integration and Continuous Delivery

Continuous Integration and Continuous DeliveryMany DevOps practitioners are using the conveyor belt analogy when explaining continuous integration and continuous deployment methodologies. However, to implement effectively, developers must fine-tune the deployment methods to ensure a seamless, automated strategy.

Compared to a conveyor belt, CI/CD is actually more flexible. Consider a case where a developer needs to change a process to improve efficiency or reduce error. It wouldn’t be as difficult to deploy the change compared to the roadblocks that you’d run into when trying to implement a change to an assembly line. Just imagine the re-engineering that you’d have to do to make one small change, like speeding up the belt speed. It becomes a little more challenging, but in the CI/CD case, it’s much easier.

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Laura Clark is a Senior Corporate Communications Specialist with Sirius.