Continuous Delivery is an emerging area of software development, which takes continuous integration one step further. Software teams practicing continuous delivery create build pipelines that enable them to integrate, test, and deploy their software products with high frequency.

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We'd like to release only the services that have changed, in a continuous delivery context. How would we do that?

I am new to continuous delivery, so please help me understand if my ideas are incorrect, I have XY problems, etc.. My organization runs web services, with services-oriented architecture. Currently, ...
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Managing deployment scripts in the process of continuous delivery

My question concerns deployment scripts in the process of continuous delivery. Continuous delivery recommends that deployment scripts should be versioned into SCM just as normal code. What is the ...
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Tracking internal builds versus public builds

At our office, we use JIRA to track issues reported by our QA teams. We also have Bamboo which builds each time we commit to our Git (Stash) repository. QA picks a build from Bamboo and they work with ...
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Is using partial classes for supporting multiple versions of data entities for continuous delivery scenarios a bad idea?

When you want to have continuous delivery any data schemas that you have must support multiple versions of your application at the same time (as you may have multiple version deployed when new ...
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Configuration Settings Service/Repository: Are They Used in a Real World

I’m currently enjoying reading "Continuous Delivery: Reliable Software Releases Through Build, Test, and Deployment Automation" and the part that caught my attention is that on managing configuration ...