Continuous Integration & Deployment

Continuous Integration and Continuous Delivery are the processes in which your development team involves frequent code changes that are pushed in the main branch while ensuring that it does not impact any changes made by developers working parallels.

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 The aim of it is to reduce the chance of defects and conflicts during the integration of the complete project. Let’s take a deep dive and learn more about the fundamentals of Continuous Integration and Continuous Delivery.


Continuous Integration is a development methodology that involves frequent integration of code into a shared repository. The integration may occur several times a day, verified by automated test cases and a build sequence. It should be kept in mind that automated testing is not mandatory for CI. It is only practiced typically for ensuring a bug-free code.

Our Expertise in Continuous Integration Deployment:

  • Early Bug Detection.
  • Reduces Bug Count.
  • Automating the Process.
  • The Process Becomes Transparent.
  • Cost-Effective Process.
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Early Bug Detection
Reduces Bug Count
Automating the Process
Process Becomes Transparent
Cost-Effective Process

Benefits of Continuous Integration.


Early Bug Detection

If there is an error in the local version of the code that has not been checked previously, a build failure occurs at an early stage. Before proceeding further, the developer will be required to fix the error. This also benefits the QA team since they will mostly work on builds that are stable and error-free.

Reduces Bug Count

In any application development lifecycle, bugs are likely to occur. However, with Continuous Integration and Continuous Delivery being used, the number of bugs is reduced a lot. Although it depends on the effectiveness of the automated testing scripts. Overall, the risk is reduced a lot since bugs are now easier to detect and fix early.

Automating the Process

The Manual effort is reduced a lot since CI automates build, sanity, and a few other tests. This makes sure that the path is clear for a successful continuous delivery process.

The Process Becomes Transparent

A great level of transparency is brought in the overall quality analysis and development process. The team gets a clear idea when a test fails, what is causing the failure and whether there are any significant defects. This enables the team to make a real-time decision on where and how the efficiency can be improved.