Key Components of a CI/CD Pipeline

People from different teams had to meet once a week or month or quarter to merge all the code, fix any ad-hoc issues, and finally deploy it to the production environment. On the other hand, if you split one big phase into a few smaller pieces, the first passed/failed status will be seen after just […]

People from different teams had to meet once a week or month or quarter to merge all the code, fix any ad-hoc issues, and finally deploy it to the production environment. On the other hand, if you split one big phase into a few smaller pieces, the first passed/failed status will be seen after just a few seconds or minutes. If you squish all the tasks that need to happen in your pipeline into three steps, then you’ll probably end up with a system that takes a lot of time to provide some feedback.
Source: CloudBees