Part 1. Building continuous integration with Rational Team Concert
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Date archived: December 1, 2016 | First published: November 13, 2012
Continuous integration has become an important practice of agile software development, because it improves software quality by continuously applying a quality control process. This article describes practices of mapping continuous integration concepts that are used in distributed development to the IBM System z domain. You’ll learn how to use Rational Team Concert to automate the build and deployment of a mainframe application. The second article of this two-part series describes how to add automated unit tests and build verification tests to the continuous integration process.
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