Sunday, 9 June 2019

Continuous Delivery In DevOps

What is Continuous Delivery in DevOps?
Continuous delivery is the important process of delivering the software/Updates to production in smaller increments, ensuring that the software can be released at any time. With this approach of DevOps, the team will be always ready on ‘Delivering any time’ to the production.

So, continuous delivery is a pipeline or a life cycle of a code, where the code newly developed or updated by the software team, gets tested at different stages both through manual and automated tests and passes both the manual and automated stage gates and gets into production.

The main focus and objective of continuous delivery are to build, test and release to the customer quite faster and more frequently, in short cycles.

Given below are the benefits of the CD.
  1. Increases the number of deliveries.
  2. Minimizes the risk of failure in production.
  3. Reduces manual work.
  4. Increases confidence in the team.
  5. Enables the team to automate everything.
  6. Enables faster feedback.
We know that the main objective of DevOps is to deliver continuously with small increments of value to customers.

So, in line with this objective, Continuous Delivery, CD, in short, is something like where the Team is always ready on ‘delivering any time’ to the production, instead of our age-old model of delivering only on the certain committed delivery date and sticking to that date alone.

Thus, continuous delivery is a pipeline or a life cycle of a code, where the code newly developed or updated by the software team, gets tested at different stages both through manual and automated tests and passes both the manual and automated stage gates and gets into production.

The main focus and objective of continuous delivery is to build, test and release to the customer quite faster and more frequently. You know faster and frequently refers to just a few hours in DevOps.

In short, Continuous delivery is an approach of delivering software in short cycles.


CD embraces the total automation for its complete cycle which starts with the code check-in, compiling and building, running automated unit tests, running acceptance testing and till the code is in the production and this pipeline is called ‘Automated deployment pipeline’.


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