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Continuous Integration (CI)
Continuous Integration (CI) is a powerful software development practice that helps organizations deliver high-quality code faster and more efficiently. CI involves regularly merging code changes into a central repository and automatically running builds and tests to ensure code is stable and ready for release.
Teams can identify and fix problems early on by continuously integrating and testing code changes, leading to fewer bugs, faster release cycles, and improved collaboration. CI also helps to automate the build, test, and deployment processes, freeing up developers to focus on writing code and delivering value to customers.
Overall, CI is crucial for any organization to streamline and improve its software development processes.
Continuous Integration (CI) Benefits
Improved code quality
By regularly integrating and testing code changes, teams can catch and fix issues early on, leading to fewer bugs and higher quality software.
Faster release cycles
CI helps to automate the build, test, and deployment process, allowing teams to release updates more quickly and efficiently.
CI encourages developers to share their code changes early and often, fostering collaboration and improving team communication.
By continuously integrating and testing code, teams can identify and address potential issues before they become bigger problems.
CI helps to automate many manual tasks, freeing up developers to focus on writing code and delivering value to customers
Faster Mean Time To Resolution (MTTR)
Mean time to recovery (MTTR) measures the maintainability of repairable features and sets the average time to repair a broken feature. CI reduces the MTTR because the code changes are smaller and fault isolations are easier to detect
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