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Q: What is the difference between Continuous Integration, Continuous Delivery, and Continuous Deployment?

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Jan 17
The diagrammatic representation given below can elaborate on the differences between

Continuous Integration, Continuous Delivery, and Continuous Deployment more precisely.

Continuous Integration:

Continuous Integration in Jenkins

(Involves keeping the latest copy of the source code at a commonly shared hub where all the

developers can check to fetch out the latest change in order to avoid conflict)

Continuous Delivery:

Continuous Delivery in Jenkins

(Manual Deployment to Production. Does not involve every change to be deployed.)

Continuous Deployment:

Continuous Deployment in Jenkins

(Automated Deployment to Production. Involves every change to be deployed

automatically.)
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