16 August 2019
DM 365 has set Continuous Integration and Continuous Delivery (CI/CD) software development methodology into day-to-day workflow
focuses on integrating developer’s code change into the main repository after tests’ successful run. Broadly, Continuous Integration brings the following core benefits: bugs are now easier to detect and fix on early stages along with overall count reduce. As a result, manual testing time is also greatly reduced. These aspects benefit quality assurance and let shorten time on release preparation and launching: quality and performance tests are run on mostly stable and error-free builds. This entails process automation and effectiveness along with overall transparency and awareness. The team gets a clear picture of the project pipeline and issues which lets plan work accordingly and take actions, where needed.
In Continuous Delivery
practice of software development, each time a change in a code is done, it lets automatic build, testing and deploy at any point of time. At the same time, the process ensures zero chance of impact and conflict on changes made by developers working parallelly and ensures smooth integration.
These are the benefits for the Client-side
- Better product: automation of installation process and elimination of human factor lets DM 365 deliver a better product, which is the real promise of DM 365’s agility. Our team eliminates even tiny bugs and glitches before they may cause real issues.
- Higher safety and quality: new process methodologies allow DM 365 to perform testing, bugs detection and fixing on early stages preventing from serious problems.
- Platform’s continuous performance with nearly zero downtime: deployment has become easier, faster and more frequent: from now on, product bugs are being fixed by DM 365 in a quicker and sustainable manner. With this implementation system maintenance is almost undetectable to the users. DM 365 has ready-to-deploy MainEDC™ release.