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Why do you need CI/CD at your organization?

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For a long time, the process of software development was quite simple. You wrote code, compiled it, and then ran it on your machine. If there were no errors, you were done. But as software became more complex, it became difficult to keep track of all the changes. That's where continuous integration (CI) and continuous delivery (CD) come in.

CI/CD is all about automating the software development process so that changes can be made quickly and easily without compiling and testing code manually.

There are many benefits of using CI/CD, but here are the important ones:

  1. Increased efficiency: CI/CD allows developers to focus on writing code rather than worrying about compiling it or testing it manually. It means that they can get more work done in less time.

  2. Improved quality: Automated testing means that errors are found and fixed quickly before they have a chance to cause problems in the live system.

  3. Reduced costs: By automating repetitive tasks, organizations can save money on labor costs. In addition, CI/CD can help reduce software bugs, which can save even more money in the long run.

  4. Increased collaboration: CI/CD fosters collaboration between developers, testers, and operations teams. By working together, they can resolve issues more quickly and efficiently.

  5. Faster delivery: Automated testing and deployment mean that new features can be delivered to users faster. It can be a significant competitive advantage, especially in fast-moving industries.

These are just a few benefits that CI/CD can bring. If you're not already using it, now is the time to start!

Benjamin QoChuk, PhD

Benjamin QoChuk, PhD

Benjamin QoChuk is a Computer Science Researcher, Inventor and Author. His educational background include Bachelors at Vanderbilt University and PhD in Computer Science at Peking University.

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