Companies have stumbling upon themselves to implement DevOps in their organization, and it is no wonder that there has been a rush to DevOps in the recent years. The number of companies who fail in the pursuit of DevOps implementation is also high, but this doesn’t seem to stop the optimist to stop and think. In a series of blogs, we will be looking at each of the part of DevOps process in considerable detail and their real-world implications and practicality. In this blog, we will take a look at Continuous Integration, one of the reasons why DevOps is what it is today.
Continuous integration is a DevOps practice, where the developer team works quite closely with the testing team to update the application on a real-time basis. This process sounds incredibly simple that it actually is, here while developers will do their best to make the existing application to be more practical and feature more it is now. The developers here take a look the competition and their own lapses from their previous efforts. So with developers, we get the principle part of the continuous integration process.
The second part of the process, testers come into the picture, here the codes by the developers need to extend the range of the application all while not derailing the existing base of codes. Here testers need to understand demands of the end user, the expectations of the developers and make sure that management doesn’t even come to know the about the update as long as it doesn’t go south with the update.
Operations team make sure that there is a balance of expectation between the developers and testers, while developers want innovation, the testers want stability and the operations team want both of them. As long as the operations team can pick choose between innovation and stability what they want during a deployment.
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