What is Continuous Integration?

Continuous integration (CI) is one of the core best practices of agile development. It supports the agile precept to deliver working software frequently.

What is Continuous Integration?

Continuous Integration (CI) is the development practice where developers integrate code into a shared repository frequently. A good CI setup speeds up your workflow and encourages the team to push every change without being afraid of breaking anything. It also brings great business benefits as well.

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Benefits and Advantages of Continuous Integration

Reduces Risk

If you test and deploy code more frequently, it will reduce the risk level of project failing. You can detect bugs earlier and they are easier and cheaper to fix.

Faster Development Speeds

As you release code often, every small change is tested. You can build and deploy features quicker and get feedback from your users.

Better Business Outcomes

As you push code more often, you have more data available which you can analyze to check if the product is heading into the right direction. This enables faster technological and business decisions.

The Solution

Deploy a solution that is implemented by the leading Fortune 100 companies.

Simplified management tools enable developers to spend more time coding

IT Teams can implement policies ensuring SDLC compliance

Developers have the freedom to integrate the tools they need while adopting best practices