What is continuous delivery?

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Continuous delivery is a software engineering approach that aims to enable rapid and frequent delivery of software updates and enhancements to customers with high quality, stability, and reliability. It is a practice that automates the entire software release process, from code development to deployment, in order to achieve faster and more reliable delivery of software updates.

The key principles of continuous delivery include:

  1. Automated builds and testing: Automated testing ensures that software updates are properly tested before being deployed to production, which reduces the likelihood of bugs and errors.
  2. Continuous integration: The practice of integrating code changes frequently to ensure that the software is always in a releasable state.
  3. Continuous deployment: Automated deployment of software updates to production environments.
  4. Monitoring and feedback: Continuous monitoring of the software in production to identify any issues and gather feedback from customers.

Continuous delivery allows software development teams to release software updates more frequently and with greater speed, while maintaining a high level of quality and stability. It reduces the time between developing new features and delivering them to customers, which can lead to increased customer satisfaction and improved business performance.

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