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Explain the difference between Continuous Integration, Continuous Delivery, and Continuous Deployment?

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Continuous integration: It is the process of constantly integrating the changes into the main software during all the stages of the delivery pipeline, once the changes are tested on the test environment. CI can also be referred to as the work done by the Jenkins or Bamboo server.

Continuous delivery: It is the delivery of code (shipping) to a particular environment like test, integration or production through a manual release.

Continuous deployment: It is the automatic release of code into the staging or production environment, once the testing is done in the CI stage.

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