ContinuousIntegration (CI)

Continuous Integration (CI) is a development practice that requires developers to integrate code into a shared repository several times a day. Each check-in is then verified by an automated build, allowing teams to detect problems early.

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Jenkins CI + XebiaLabs for Release Orchestration: A Recipe for Continuous Delivery Success

As enterprises look to continue to improve their release pipelines and keep up with ever-increasing business demands, release pipeline orchestration becomes essential for successful Continuous Delivery.


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CircleCI

CircleCI’s platform allows developers to rapidly release code (for web and mobile apps) they trust by automating the build, test, and deploy process.


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Continuous Delivery for Financial Services

Improve software quality, reduce risk, and respond to customer needs more quickly... all while meeting industry requirements for governance, compliance, and security.


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CircleCI and XebiaLabs

Activities like Continuous Integration, Deployment Automation, and Release Pipeline Orchestration are all important stages along your path to faster release cycles, higher quality releases, and ultimately Continuous Delivery and DevOps.


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Part 1: What's Next with Continuous Integration & Continuous Delivery

As more and more teams advance from Continuous Integration into Continuous Delivery, we sat down with Sarah Goff-Dupont, Product Marketing Manager ...


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Part II: What's Next with Continuous Integration & Continuous Delivery

More and more teams are advancing from Continuous Integration into some flavor of Continuous Delivery, and the rise of provisioning and deploy to...