Build Value with Continuous Integration

Continuous integration is a software development practice specifically designed to improve the build and test process and complement the speed with which your Agile teams work.

As you’ll read in this technical paper, continuous integration helps your teams integrate their working code early and often, usually daily, so as to avoid the pitfalls of deferring integration. As code is integrated it’s also verified in the build process to detect errors as quickly as possible. If a build fails, the information is fed back to the team through a feedback loop so that the cause can be resolved as quickly as possible.

The objective of continuous integration is to eliminate waste and rework using rapid feedback. Teams find that this approach improves release quality and leads to significantly reduced integration problems – thereby accelerating the overall release process, and saving time and money. Learn more – read this detailed paper today!