A pipeline in software engineering team is a set of automated processes which allows DevOps professionals and developer to reliably and efficiently compile, build, and deploy their code to their production compute platforms.
The most common components of a pipeline in DevOps are build automation or continuous integration, test automation, and deployment automation.
A pipeline consists of a set of tools which are classified into the following categories such as:
Continuous Integration Pipeline
Continuous integration (CI) is a practice in which developers can check their code into a version-controlled repository several times per day. Automated build pipelines are triggered by these checks which allows fast and easy to locate error detection.
Some significant benefits of CI are:
Continuous Delivery Pipeline
Continuous delivery (CD) is the process that allows operation engineers and developers to deliver bug fixes, features, and configuration change into production reliably, quickly, and sustainably. Continuous delivery offers the benefits of code delivery pipelines, which are carried out that can be performed on demand.
Some significant benefits of the CD are:
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