Continuous Integration (CI) and Continuous Delivery (CD) – Apress (2023)

Continuous Integration (CI) and Continuous Delivery (CD) – Apress (2023)
English | eBook | Size: 10.44 MB

Embrace Continuous Integration (CI) and Continuous Delivery (CD) to accelerate software delivery with automation pipelines. This pivotal guide dives into the structured development of CI/CD pipelines, mirroring the application development process itself, from requirements analysis through development, testing, implementation, operations, and monitoring. It addresses the challenges in pipeline development, advocating for a methodical approach to pipeline design and development, including security and compliance aspects. Detailed discussions on pipeline design choices, strategies for branching, building, testing, releasing, and deploying, as well as unit testing of pipelines, are provided. With a practical implementation case, this book is a comprehensive resource for understanding and mastering CI/CD pipeline development.

What You’ll Learn

Identify and overcome the challenges in current pipeline development
Establish CI/CD requirements with an extensive list provided for guidance
Make informed decisions affecting pipeline design and realization
Master branching, build, test, release, and deployment strategies
Conduct unit testing of pipelines using practical examples
Recognize and resolve performance bottlenecks in pipelines
Apply the book’s guidelines to a real-world implementation scenario

Who This Book Is For
Targeted at DevOps engineers, solution architects involved in automating the software supply chain, and using ALM/integration platforms like Jenkins, CircleCI, Bamboo, and Azure DevOps. It caters to intermediate and experienced DevOps engineers, including developers, ops engineers, test engineers, and ICT managers interested in the CI/CD pipeline development domain.

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