Whenever a software is to be updated or upgraded, developers follow certain standard operating procedures known as CI/CD Pipeline. This pipeline is a practice with the objective to improve software delivery with DevOps. The idea with CI/CD Pipeline is to introduce consistent monitoring, allowing the user to stay updated about every new feature or factor being introduced in a project. It also plays a major role in ensuring automation within a project. CI/CD stands for Continuous Integration/Continuous Delivery. The pipeline details the stages that are often present whenever a new version is to be introduced to the use, with the objective of deploying the new version and replacing the old one without causing any problems or issues to the user. CI/CD allows the development team to set up a process of updating an app or website without having to code at every stage and check for changes. The developers save time by observing all the changes within a few moments after making them. Furthermore, other than highlighting changes made to the project, the pipeline can also be used to test out the new version before deployment, minimizing errors and bugs that may be present.
The Key features of CI/CD Pipeline
Although certain Key features are dependent on the complexity of the project, a generic CI/CD Pipeline is likely to contain the following.
- Parallel Steps
- Graphical View
- Configuration options for Code and UI
- Reusable Pipelines
- Cloud and Version Control Logs and backups
- Real-time Pipeline debugging with benchmarks
- SOPs for mechanisms
GODELM – Why you should opt for
CI/CD Pipeline establishment from us?
When you opt to get your CI/CD pipeline established from GODELM, our focus is to provide you with a framework that is not only tailored to your project but is also made with the objective to stay relevant for the next foreseeable future. This means that each and every stage comes with details about the building, testing, release, and deployment at the right time. Furthermore, other than just a flow chart, our developers always ensure that support is never an issue for your DevOps. However, it is preferred that you go with a CI/CD platform after you have gotten a project developed by us. This way our developers would not need extra time to establish familiarity with your project and our services can begin ASAP.
However, even if you’re looking for simple maintenance or even suggestions, our developers can have a look at your project and recommend you fixes and processes accordingly. In other words, if you want to establish a proper CI/CD Pipeline, GODELM is the company you should choose.