In the present world that we live in, software is a vital component. As users, we interact with an ever-increasing amount of software every day. The wheels of innovation are constantly churning out new digital experiences.
The old way of testing was based on the waterfall model. The product was passed on from one team to another. A product would have separate development and QA phases. QA teams usually needed more time to ensure quality. If businesses want to keep up with the ever-increasing customer expectations, they’ll have to deliver their software faster without hindering its quality. Continuous Delivery (CD), a practice that ensures that the software can be released into production at any time, can help businesses with that. Businesses use a build pipeline to automatically test the software and deploy it to their testing and production environments with continuous delivery.