CI/CD stands for continuous integration / continuous delivery or deployment. Let’s understand the difference.

This way, all developers are working from a common code base and all development efforts have a shared set of foundations.

Benefits of Continuous Integration

Here are the top benefits of a continuous integration approach:

  • Speed: breaking monolithic applications into smaller components enables new iterations of the software to be released much faster than with other types of application development.
  • Quality: because the software is constantly being monitored, faults are easier to isolate, have less impact, and can be remediated much more quickly.
  • Better resource efficiency: CI is highly automated and can therefore reduce strains on development teams, minimize application backlogs, and reduce costs.
  • User satisfaction:being able to introduce new features with higher quality and fewer problems improves user satisfaction. Feedback can also be incorporated in only a few hours.