DevOps organizations monitor their CI/CD pipeline across three groups of metrics:
- Automation performance
With continuous delivery of high-quality software releases, organizations are able to respond to changing market needs faster than their competition and maintain improved end-user experiences. How can you achieve this goal?
Let’s discuss some of the critical aspects of a healthy CI/CD pipeline and highlight the key metrics that must be monitored and improved to optimize CI/CD performance.
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CI/CD brief recap
But first, what is CI/CD and why is it important?
Continuous Integration (CI) refers to the process of merging software builds on a continuous basis. The development teams divide the large-scale project into small coding tasks and deliver the code updates iteratively, on an ongoing basis. The builds are pushed to a centralized repository…