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DevOps for Serverless Applications by Shashikant Bangera

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Build

In programming terms, the build is the version of the program or product, but the term is also used to refer to the continuous integration of DevOps. So we should be sure of the build of the code is built each time code is committed into the Git repository. The reason for this is because there are many developers involved in such projects, working individually on their own machines, which might work fine. But until the code is committed and built on the continuous integration server, which will trigger source code analysis and unit testing on the committed code, we won't know if we have pushed broken code. So it is essential to trigger a build with every commit.

The artifact of a successful build should always be versioned. The best ...

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