Bring Speed, Security, And Efficiency To Your Software Delivery Process

Leverage the benefits of Continuous Delivery and Continuous Integrations to fast-track your software development capabilities. At Euphoric, our DevOps uses integrated CI/CD pipelines to automate and hasten software delivery. We ensure that you release high-performing, bug-free software to the market on-time, and on-budget.

CI/CD best practices

Continuous integration and delivery is a methodology that drives error-free deployment in the modern software development ecosystem. As such, it is critical for launching your software quickly while keeping costly mistakes and bugs to the minimum.

It builds a seamless and completely optimized software release process that ensures a continuous feedback-improvement loop that brings together the diverse visions and needs of teams such as marketing, IT design, and product under one umbrella.

Continuous Integration (CI)

“Continuous Integration (CI) is the process of automating the build and testing of code every time a team member commits changes to version control.” – Microsoft Azure

Basic principals of CI we follow at Euphoric –
  • Keeping a code repository that all developers commit to every day
  • Automating the build and deployment
  • Making the build self-testing and fast
  • Test in a clone production environment
  • Provide complete visibility of the build to all stakeholders

Continuous Deployment (CD)

“Continuous delivery is a software development practice where code changes are automatically prepared for a release to production. It expands upon continuous integration by deploying all code changes to a testing environment and/or a production environment after the build stage.” – AWS Amazon

CD principles we implement at Euphoric –
  • Automate as much as possible
  • Test constantly to avoid bottlenecks
  • Release multiple smaller codes to make revisions easier
  • Add automated benchmarks to minimize regressions
  • Use code reviews

Our CI/CD process -

  • Is an isolated and completely secure environment that runs only on internal networks.
  • It is a disciplined standalone process wherein every change is carried out strictly within the CI/CD pipeline
  • Uses the incremental approach to manage changes in a planned manner
  • Incorporates feedback and involves all relevant teams at each stage of the development process. Transparency and collaboration are paramount to meet deadlines with the perfect product.