What is Continuous Delivery?
Quickly provision an integrated toolchain using customizable, shareable templates with tools from IBM, third parties, and open source. Automate builds and tests, controlling quality with analytics.
Continuous Delivery features
Integrated DevOps Toolchains
Toolchains provide an integrated set of tools to build, deploy and manage your apps. You can create toolchains that include IBM services, open source tools or third party tools that make development and operations repeatable and easier to manage.
Automated Delivery Pipeline
Build, test, and deploy in a repeatable way with minimal human intervention. By ready to release into production at any time.
Edit your code from anywhere
You can choose to use the integrated web-based environment built on Eclipse Orion. Create, edit, run, debug, and complete source control tasks, and seamlessly move from editing your code to deploying it to production.
Git Repos and Issue Tracking
Manage your source code and track work with Git repositories and issue tracking hosted by IBM and built on GitLab Community Edition.
Continuous Delivery benefits
Code to production in minutes
Access everything you need to build all kinds of apps. Work on your own or use the collaboration tools to work with a team. In minutes go from source code to a running app.
Accelerate app delivery
Innovate like a startup, scale for the enterprise. You can host an open source project, run a hackathon or start a skunkworks. Plan anything, even the monthly meetup.
Deploy with confidence
Automatically deploy your projects whenever a project member pushes code to your repository. Simply deploy files as they are pushed, or you can configure more advanced build options.
IBM named a leader in The Forrester Wave™: Continuous Deployment and Release Automation, Q3 2017
Deploy a secure web application across multiple regions
This tutorial walks you through creating, securing, and deploying a web application across multiple regions by using a continuous delivery pipeline. Among many other starter applications in IBM Cloud, you use a Node.js starter application for this tutorial.
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