Why you should implement continuous integration
"Continuous integration (CI) is the practice of merging code into a shared repository, usually several times a day. How continuous integrations works is that within the repository or production environment, automated building and testing is done to make sure there are no integration issues or problems with the code being merged. Continuous integration pipelines conduct automated tests. New code either passes these tests and proceeds to the next stage, or fails. This ensures that only CI-validated code ever makes it into production. "
Learn more about continuous integrationView all resources
Suggested ContentView all resources
Need DevOps buy-in? Here's how to convince stakeholders
If you need to make the case for DevOps to a non-technical crowd, it's important to be prepared. Here's what you need to know.
Getting [meta] with GitLab CI/CD: Building build images
Let's talk about building build images with GitLab CI/CD. The power of Docker as a build platform is unleashed when you get meta.
Take GitLab for a spin
See what your team could do with The DevSecOps Platform.Get free trial