Continuous Integration and Delivery in DevOps

CoreValue DevOps provides speed, simplicity, and risk mitigation, transforming your development and release process into a competitive advantage.

While your application is automatically built and thoroughly tested in preparation for the Acceptance phase, our DevOps team introduces effective Continuous Integration, Delivery, and Deployment.

Faster releases

Improved code quality

Reduced integration issues

Enhanced collaboration

Continuous Integration, Continuous Delivery, Continuous Deployment, and Continuous Testing are the essential elements of DevOps. This practice, when employed across all spectrums of the software engineering and software development life cycle, utilizes automated software builds and releases, thereby delivering value for end users.

Technology stack

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Featured Success Story

Continuous Integration for Accelerated Development


    • Committed code only compiles on the author’s PC, rather than group PCs
    • Slow deployment process due to the geographical separation of the webserver and the dev department.
    • Development delays that arise due to the dependence of the front-end team on the back-end team.
    • Exposing sensitive production environment configurations.

CoreValue DevOps effectively introduces the practice of Continuous Integration. By instantiating a build server, every developer’s commit triggers the compilation of an entire set of system modules in a clean environment. This ensures consistency of the committed source code. The automatic run of Unit tests helps define business logic breaks in early phases and automatic deployments allow the front-end development team to perform feature deployments on-demand. This increases the autonomy of their work and decreases idle stands. The integrated configuration store helps isolate configuration options for the source code, thereby decreasing the risk of security violations in the production environment. Ultimately, deployment scheduling drastically reduces the need for human interaction during production deployments over the course of a night.

TeamCity, NUnit, dotCover, Octopus Deploy

Let the CoreValue team evaluate your existing infrastructure and processes so we can determine where Continuous practices best fit your needs!

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