All about CI/CD Implementation and Why Does It Matter

All about CI/CD Implementation and Why Does It Matter

The CI/CD is a set of methods used to deploy code-changes more readily and frequently via automation. It stands for Continuous Integration and Continuous Delivery/Deployment, practice in the DevOps culture. Explore what role does it play in the DevOps culture; its impact, phases and much more.

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