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Throughout history, automation has been a great incentive for human beings. Since the beginning of time, man has created a large number of gadgets to facilitate all kinds of work; Furthermore, he has devised many methods to increase production while reducing costs and effort.

At we understand that implementing automation tools in the software development process is a key factor in digital adoption. Streamlining the delivery of a software product is vital and reducing development time is becoming an increasingly important requirement, as well as improving product quality.


Improving Operational Efficiency with Automation

Launching your software for users can be a painful, risky, and time-consuming process. Continuous delivery can help large organizations to be lean, agile, and innovative startups. Through reliable, low-risk releases, continuous delivery makes it possible to continually adapt live software with user feedback, changes in the market, and changes in business strategy.

Within contemporary development contexts, the industry is pushing developers to generate software more than ever. For this reason, there are a series of tools and concepts that help us build ecosystems in which we can deliver value more quickly, with more governance and in a much more transparent way.

Continuous Integration (CI)
The main goal of continuous integration is to implement an automatic and consistent process for compiling, packaging, and testing applications. This allows developer teams to upload code to version control more frequently, leading to better team collaboration and better code quality.
In this process, an artifact is easily prepared, for this it is compiled and tests are automatically executed. He focuses his efforts on checking the application so that it does not «break» when uploading new changes to the main branch of the repository in version control.

Continuous Delivery (CD)
Continuous delivery goes one step further: it is the continuation of continuous integration, it allows to generate artifacts automatically ready to be deployed in production manually. However, sometimes we don’t have an artifact to deliver as in the case of a compiled application, such as a web; in this case, the web is deployed in a staging or QA environment to be validated before going to production.

Continuous Deployment (CD)
Continuous deployment is the last phase of this application delivery model. This stage focuses on automatically deploying the artifact or application to production, without human intervention. That is, once the code is committed to version control, continuous integration will run, generate the artifact, and automatically deploy it to production. Only if a failure occurs in any step of the flow will the deployment not take place.

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