The fundamentals of DevOps lie in CI and CD and it has changed the way developers and testers go about with software releases. With CI/CD, delivery processes for new software versions and services can be automated – dramatically improving time-to-market and service agility. Continuous integration (CI) helps in integrating codes and sharing in mainline repositories while continuous delivery (CD) enables short release cycles ensuring release at any required time without defects.

What is CI/CD?

Continuous Integration/Continuous Deployment (CI/CD) describes the key stages in an automated software development and deployment flow. This flow typically includes design, coding, testing, integration, delivery, validation and phased deployment activities before operation in a target environment.
The job of Continuous Integration is to produce an artifact that can be deployed. The role of automated tests in CI is to verify that the artifact for the given version of code is safe to be deployed.
In the practice of Continuous Delivery, code changes are also continuously deployed, although the deployments are triggered manually. If the entire process of moving code from source repository to production is fully automated, the process is called Continuous Deployment.


CI/CD benefits

There are many tools that can help enable a smoother transition to a CI/CD process. Testing is a large part of that process because even if you are able to make your integrations and delivery faster, it would mean nothing if was done so without quality in mind. Also, the more steps of the CI/CD pipeline that can be automated, the faster quality releases can be accomplished. Following is the list of benefits that can be achieved by making use of CI/CD :

  1. Smaller Code Changes
  2. Fault Isolations
  3. Faster Mean Time To Resolution (MTTR)
  4. Faster Release Rate
  5. More Test Reliability
  1. Customer Satisfaction
  2. Smaller Backlog
  3. Increase Team Transparency and Accountability
  4. Reduce Costs
  5. Easy Maintenance and Updates

CI/CD services we provide

CI/CD design and deployment.

Applying expert CI/CD services for the smooth deployment for a complete CI/CD pipeline.

Customized CI/CD implementation.

Implementing CI and CD services required for the customer’s business needs.

End-to-end pipeline automation.

Streamlined automation of building, testing, and deploying stages of the product’s CI/CD pipeline.

Continuous Delivery Assessment.

Adoption of best CD practices for constant estimation of the product improvements.

Tools we use

  • ALL
  • Jenkins
  • Git Lab CI/CD
  • Bamboo
  • CodeShip
  • Travis CI
  • Cloud Foundry
  • Team City
  • VSTS


Jenkins, an open source tool helps in building continuous integration and continuous deployment (CI/CD) pipeline by automation. This popular server-based tool monitors repeated tasks during project development that includes, testing the build continuously and detecting errors throughout the CI/CD pipeline. It is easy to install, configure and eases distribution process across multiple systems. Also, it has numerous plug-ins added to its advantages which enables you to sculpt Jenkins to meet the DevOps CI/CD process. Therefore, Jenkins automates builds and tests rapidly and supports complete software lifecycle to accelerate your business value.

Git Lab CI/CD

GitLab CI/CD is a tool for software development through continuous integration, continuous delivery and continuous deployment pipeline. With this open source tool, you can build an entire CI/CD pipeline solution, create instances, write codes and set up tools without external application. Continuous integration pushes code and integrates in Git repository while continuous delivery sends the CI validated codes to application quickly. Therefore, CI and CD together accelerate delivery time with standardized quality. Our experts having hands-on experience with GitLab CI/CD services and continuous integration tool which will allow your team to integrate their work iteratively to find bugs and to fix them automatically.


Organizations around the world are upgrading continuous integration and continuous delivery pipeline by using Bamboo. It brings a strong combination of scalability, flexibility, CI/CD approach, GUI to create greater experience as you build the development cycle. With supporting tools like Jira software and BitBucket server, it gets stronger and offers better visibility of code changes, builds and deployments across platforms. It is similar to Jenkins as both aims at delivering quality of services but, Bamboo is a commercial tool and is more user-friendly while, Jenkins is an open source tool associated with other features. You may have a development team with minimum resources or a giant team with stacked builds on pipeline, using Bamboo you can ease the process of software delivery while delivering higher quality.


With many development and delivery priorities, it could be an issue to often check the CI/CD work process to have a stable pipeline flow. CodeShip, a CI tool helps you in taking care of this process. This tool is essential to control and optimize continuous integration and continuous delivery pipeline thereby, assisting you in organizing and streamlining your projects. You can easily set up your builds with UI and ship to configuration as code and from one platform to the other. CodeShip helps in building and monitoring of CI/CD pipelines through automation.

Travis CI

Travis, a service tool lets you sign up, link repositories, build and test applications on cloud. Since, you host Travis on cloud it eliminates the need for a customized server and initiates continuous integration automation effortlessly. Travis CI monitors GitHub projects, runs tests and parallel tests, checks code and artifacts and generates results rapidly. It offers hosted tool and also acts as a self-hosted tool called Travis CI enterprise and they enable you to build on out-of-the-box languages and runtimes on different operating systems. While the Travis CI hosted tool aims at testing open source projects, Travis CI enterprise targets at including features required by enterprises like GitHub enterprise integration.

Cloud Foundry

You can now deploy and scale your application without having to configure and manage them manually with Cloud Foundry. It focuses on adopting organized, stateless method and automation of the iterative processes in CI/CD pipeline enabling you to focus on deployments successfully. This stateless approach starts, ends and replicates if any commit fails and duplicates if the requirement increases. Cloud Foundry provides better access control, automatic routing, application management and deployment scaling. Also, it supports availability for all highly durable applications.

Team City

Team City, yet another commercial tool like Bamboo is popular for its simple set up and user interface with amazing features and a widening plug-in network. It stands out for its well-constructed UI, secured configuration management. Its features consist of build history, code quality tracker, source control and tools. With these resources, you can build, pre-test, run automated test and check before making changes to codes, which ensures clean code base. This lets you set your continuous integration and continuous deployment (CI/CD) pipeline in code using TeamCity configuration scripts and runs parallel builds on different environments.


Visual studio team service (VSTS) allows you to improve quality of the code and security through automation. Besides automating builds, tests and deployments of applications, you can also view the changes in code, test results and helps in reviewing the CI/CD pipeline. With the early detection of any errors, it becomes easier to resolve and fix them instantly. It fosters efficiency and agility in teams as there is frequent update with features and functionalities. With functionalities, you can also add extensions like GitHub, Slack, Tower Git, etc