Top 12 Benefits of Continuous Integration
Continuous integration is a software development process where code changes are integrated and merged into a centralized project, often several times per day. This process allows for errors to be caught early in development, preventing them from reaching the production environment or causing issues during a DevOps migration. By taking smaller steps and iterating on what you learn, you can improve your end product more efficiently.
If you’re not sure whether to implement continuous integration at your organization, read this article to learn more about the top 12 benefits of the practice.