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The DevOps 2.0 Toolkit by Viktor Farcic

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Continuous Delivery and Deployment

The continuous delivery pipeline is in most cases the same as the one we would use for CI. The major difference is in the confidence we have in the process and lack of actions to be taken after the execution of the pipeline. While CI assumes that there are (mostly manual) validations to be performed afterward, successful implementation of the CD pipeline results in packages or artifacts being ready to be deployed to production. In other words, every successful run of the pipeline can be deployed to production, no questions asked. Whether it will be deployed or not depends more on political than technical decisions. The marketing department might want to wait until a certain date, or they might want to go live ...

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