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Continuous delivery


Continuous Delivery is a software development practice where code changes are automatically prepared for a release to production. It ensures that software can be deployed quickly and sustainably, helping teams to release new features, fixes, and updates efficiently and reliably.



  1. Code Integration: Regularly integrate code into a shared repository, triggering automated builds and tests.
  2. Automated Testing: Run automated tests to validate code changes.
  3. Release Readiness: Keep software in a state where it can be deployed at any time.

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Best Practices


Continuous Delivery represents a modern approach in software engineering, focusing on making releases quick, safe, and sustainable. By enabling teams to frequently and reliably release software, it plays a crucial role in today's fast-paced and quality-focused development environments. Learn more about release management.

Canary testing

Canary testing gradually introduces new software features to a small group of users, allowing developers to monitor performance and user feedback before a full rollout, reducing risks and ensuring a smoother deployment process.

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Continuous deployment

Automatically deploying every valid change to production without explicit approval.

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Continuous Improvement

The concept of continuously refining processes, products, or services to achieve incremental enhancements over time.

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