Continuous Integration & Continuous Delivery

Continuous Integration – Advantages

A software development practice in which small adjustments to the underlying code in an application are tested every time a team member makes changes. CI aims to speed up the release process by enabling teams to find and fix bugs earlier in the development cycle and encouraging stronger collaboration between developers– making it a crucial practice for agile teams.

  • Risk Mitigation

    Risk Mitigation

  • Confidence


  • Team Communication

    Team Communication

  • Reduced Overhead

    Reduced Overhead

  • Consistency of Build Process

    Consistency of Build Process

Continuous Delivery – Advantages

Continuous Delivery allows an organization to respond more quickly to its market and to customers, both internal and external.

  • Quality Software

    Quality Software

    Deliver software with fewer bugs and lower risk. One cannot pass failed code to the next stage

  • Releasing New Features

    Releasing New Features

    Release new features early and often — even in a minimally viable state – and learn

  • Quick Response

    Quick Response

    Respond to marketing conditions more quickly. Make quicker changes using Continuous Delivery

We Integrate

  • Service Now
  • Salesforce
  • HP Open View
  • JIRA