Continuous Deployment is the practice of continuously pushing to production new versions of software under development.
Continuous Deployment is the practice of continuously pushing to production new versions of software under development. In organizations like Facebook and Amazon, software is deployed thousands of times each day.
With Continuous Delivery your software is always release-ready, yet the timing of when to push it into production is a business decision, and so the final deployment is a manual step. With Continuous Deployment, any updated working version of the application is automatically pushed to production. Continuous Deployment mandates Continuous Delivery, but the opposite is not required.
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