CI (Continuous Integration) is about committing minor changes and observing coding performance within a central repository. It focuses on confirming the improvements of the application features while protecting the current functionalities through bug-fixing. Yogiti considers automation tests to be the most effective way of checking the current functionalities. Automation testing helps in determining the accuracy of these functionalities. Such forms of testing lead to a meaningful execution of CI. CI has an endpoint that indicates the beginning of CD (Continuous Delivery). The CD process covers all automated app deliveries depending on the pre-set infrastructure and conditions. A host of environments that the DevOps teams serve includes production, testing and development. The CD process assures you of some automated means to enact coding alterations for these environments.
CT (Continuous Testing) is important for the CI/CD practices as it helps execute the newly improved deployments. Rendering world-class software is the primary goal of a project. Yogiti uses a wide spectrum of test automation tools concerning methodologies like security, performance and regression. These tools contribute much towards implementing the CI process and executing the testing methodologies in the CI/CD pipeline.