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Convesio supports the implementation of CI/CD processes via GitHub, Bitbucket, BuddyWorks, and other tools.

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Overview

What is CI/CD?

CI/CD, which stands for “Continuous Integration and Continuous Delivery (or Deployment)” is a software development methodology widely used in industry. As the name suggests, it has two parts: CI and CD.

Continuous Integration involves developers regularly merging their code into a shared repository, which triggers an automated build and test process to ensure that the new changes integrate smoothly with the existing codebase. This practice helps catch integration errors early, reducing the risk of issues further down the development pipeline.

Continuous Delivery extends this concept by automating the deployment process, allowing changes that pass through the CI pipeline to be automatically deployed to staging or pre-production environments. From there, the changes undergo further testing and validation before being released to production. Continuous Deployment takes automation one step further by automatically deploying changes to production without manual intervention, suitable for environments with low deployment risk and a focus on rapid delivery.

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Benefits

Easily Implement CI/CD Processes

CI/CD practices offer several benefits, including faster release cycles, improved code quality through continuous testing, reduced manual errors, enhanced collaboration among team members, and a more efficient feedback loop. 

Convesio makes it easy to implement CI/CD processes via GitHub, Bitbucket, BuddyWorks, and other similar tools. If your team uses CI/CD, switching to our hosting infrastructure is easy and effortless.

GitHub

Convesio supports implementing GitHub, a widely-used platform for version control and collaboration, offering a robust environment for managing WordPress website development. 

When implementing CI/CD processes, GitHub enables developers to seamlessly integrate code changes, facilitate team collaboration through pull requests, and automate deployment workflows. This ensures that updates to your WordPress site can be rolled out efficiently and safely, enhancing both development speed and website reliability.

Buddy.Works

Convesio supports Buddy.Works, which specializes in automation, making it a strong tool for deploying WordPress sites. It simplifies CI/CD processes with easy-to-use pipelines that automate builds, tests, and deployments directly from code repositories. 

Its intuitive interface allows for quick setup of automated tasks, ensuring that your WordPress website updates are consistently delivered without manual intervention, saving time and reducing the potential for errors.

Bitbucket

Convesio supports BitBucket, a Git repository management solution from Atlassian, which supports teams in automating the development process for WordPress websites. 

It integrates CI/CD capabilities directly into the development workflow, enabling automatic testing and deployment with every commit. This streamlines the process of pushing new features and updates, ensuring that your WordPress site remains up-to-date and secure with minimal effort.

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FAQs

CI/CD

Yes, Convesio supports the implementation of CI/CD processes using GitHub, Bitbucket, Buddy.Works, and other tools.

CI/CD, or Continuous Integration/Continuous Delivery, is a software development practice focused on automating the integration, testing, and deployment of code changes.

Continuous Integration (CI) is the practice of frequently merging code changes into a shared repository, triggering automated builds and tests to ensure that the new changes integrate smoothly with the existing codebase.

Continuous Delivery (CD) is the practice of automatically deploying code changes that pass through the CI pipeline to staging or pre-production environments, where they undergo further testing and validation before being released to production.

Continuous Delivery involves automating the deployment process up to the staging or pre-production environment, while Continuous Deployment automatically deploys changes to production without manual intervention.

The main goal of CI/CD is to automate the process of integrating code changes into a shared repository (CI) and delivering those changes to production or testing environments rapidly and reliably (CD).

CI/CD automates the process of building, testing, and deploying code changes, which helps catch errors early in the development cycle and ensures that changes integrate smoothly with the existing codebase, reducing the likelihood of errors in the final product.

Automation plays a central role in CI/CD by automating repetitive tasks such as building, testing, and deploying code changes, allowing development teams to release software updates quickly and reliably.