Continuous Integration

Continuous Integration Further development & deployment

Continuous integration is a term from software development that describes the process of continuously assembling components to form an application. The goal of continuous integration is to increase software quality and simplify software deployment.

Deploying code changes continuously with CI/CD

Continuous integration is also about automating processes and providing software changes fully automatically rather than manually. In detail, so-called pipelines are defined for this in the CI tool, which are executed for every code change sent to the repository.

In the pipeline configuration, settings for deployment to the live server, as well as further steps such as setting up a test environment, performing unit and functional tests, and deploying packages to other systems can be stored.

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Frequently asked questions & answers

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It happens faster than you think, a new version of the website is rolled out, but then you realize that a certain change has not been completed yet and the update must be undone as soon as possible.

With the classic approach of working via FTP uploads, you might now be faced with a real problem where you first have to check which files have been overwritten and whether you still have the original version and, in particular, what impact the changes to the files might have.

The Continuous Integration approach takes a slightly different approach here, all changes in the system are versioned in the Git repository and are available in chronological history. With each deployment a pipeline is executed, which saves the current state with all data and settings as an independent container in the system, a replay of this instance is then possible with a few clicks comfortably in the CI system.

I would be happy to advise you on the topic of Continuous Integration.