But, according to Paul Duvall, author of Continuous Integration: Improving Software Quality and Reducing Risk,continuous deployment can go a step further. “Simply said, continuous deployment implies that you’re deploying your software to some environment, but it doesn’t mean that you’re delivering software to users,” he explains. “Delivering software to users on a frequent basis is what continuous delivery is all about. Continuous deployment could be continually delivering software to just your testing environments. This is excellent, but you haven’t necessarily gotten it to production yet. Continuous delivery implies continuous deployment, while continuous deployment does not imply continuous delivery.”
Saturday, October 1, 2011
Continuous Integration -->Continuous Deployment...