CI vs. CD: What are Continuous Integration, Delivery or Development?
- by Emre Yilmaz
- Mar 5, 2022
- DevOps • AWS • AWS CodePipeline • AWS CodeCommit • AWS CodeBuild • AWS CodeDeploy
Today, applying CI/CD is one of the most crucial DevOps practices. CI means Continous Integration, whereas CD can be applied as either Continuous Development or Continuous Deployment. Sometimes the terminology may seem confusing and people talking about them often assume that you know them from the beginning. So, as a developer applying CI/CD for years and having launched a course about the native CI/CD solution of AWS, AWS CodePipeline, I may help you understand these DevOps concepts. In this post, I will discuss what CI and CD practices mean and explain their differences. Read more at CI vs. CD: What are Continuous Integration, Delivery or Development? post.