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In traditional software development models, developers write the code, and then it is handed over to the operations team for deployment and maintenance. This handoff can lead to communication gaps, delays, and issues arising from differences in priorities and perspectives between the two teams.
DevOps engineering breaks down these silos by encouraging collaboration and shared responsibilities. It involves automating processes, using infrastructure-as-code, continuous integration/continuous delivery (CI/CD) pipelines, and adopting a culture of continuous improvement. DevOps engineers are responsible for bridging the gap between development and operations, ensuring that software is developed, tested, and deployed in a streamlined and efficient manner.
Continuous Deployment (CD) or Continuous Delivery (CD) refers to the automated process of deploying software changes to production environments. Once the code changes pass the CI phase, the CD pipeline takes over and automates the deployment process. It includes steps like packaging the application, configuring the deployment environment, and releasing the changes to production systems. The goal is to make the deployment process reliable, repeatable, and error-free.
Key components of a CI/CD pipeline may include:
A system for managing and tracking changes to the source code, such as Git.
Tools that compile the source code and create executable artifacts, such as Jenkins.
Tools that run tests automatically to ensure the code functions as intended, such as unit tests, integration tests, or end-to-end tests.
A central repository to store and manage the build artifacts generated during the CI phase.
Tools or scripts that automate the deployment of the application to different environments, such as staging or production.
The use of configuration files or scripts to define and manage the infrastructure needed to run the application, such as Docker containers or cloud-based resources
Bulcode specialises in integrating DevOps practices with cloud platforms like AWS, Azure, and Google Cloud. They assist clients in leveraging cloud services to optimise infrastructure scalability, cost-efficiency, and resilience. By combining DevOps principles with cloud platforms, Bulcode helps organisations achieve greater flexibility and agility in their software development and deployment processes.
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