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Boosting Microservice Development with CI/CD

Flexibility and shorter release cycles are two major reasons to pursue a microservices architecture. However, the lack of a continuous integration and delivery process will keep your team from reaching the level of agility that is necessary to support microservices development and delivery.

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A microservice architecture involves building software as suites of collaborating services. Such architectures have been accepted as a better way to build many types of new applications. And yet there are a number of challenges in attempting to apply monolithic deployment and delivery techniques to microservices. For most teams, continuous delivery has become an essential component of any software delivery practice.

Flexibility and shorter release cycles are two major reasons to pursue a microservices architecture. However, the lack of a continuous integration and delivery process will keep your team from reaching the level of agility that is necessary to support microservices development and delivery.

In this ebook, you’ll learn:

  • The challenges and best practices of blending CI/CD with microservices app development
  • How microservices development impacts the organization of a CI/CD pipelines