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Continuous Integration, Delivery, and Deployment by Sander Rossel

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Summary

In the final chapter of the book, we went from committing some code to seeing it live on another environment without any further human intervention. We copied files using Jenkins and SSH, and we also looked at database deployment with Flyway.

This concludes the book. We saw various methods to guarantee a certain level of code quality, ranging from linting to unit tests. Other than that, we have used various tools, such as SonarQube, Karma, Gulp, and Jenkins. However, there is more to see. I have mentioned tools such as Puppet, Chef, and Docker, but we did not discuss them at length. CI is hot and the field is ever going forward, so keep yourself updated. With this book, you should have a solid theoretical knowledge and the necessary ...

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