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Continuous deployment


Continuous Deployment is an advanced software release process where every change that passes automated tests is automatically deployed to production. This approach accelerates the release process, enhances product quality, and improves responsiveness to customer needs.



  1. Automated Testing: Rigorous automated tests are run on every code commit.
  2. Automatic Deployment: Code changes that pass the tests are automatically deployed to production.
  3. Continuous Monitoring: Constant monitoring of the production environment to detect and address issues quickly.

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Continuous Deployment represents a shift towards a more dynamic and responsive approach in software development, where the emphasis is on swift, automated releases. This method enhances the ability to adapt to market changes and user feedback, leading to better products and higher customer satisfaction. Learn more about release management.

Continuous delivery

A software development practice where code changes are automatically prepared for a release to production.

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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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Continuous Integration

The practice of frequently integrating code changes into a shared repository, ensuring early detection of integration errors.

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