Continuous Integration Strategies

Real-world examples of automancery at companies like yours

Continuous Integration Strategies

You can have all the automation in the world, but without a good strategy to run it when you’re not in the office, you’ll be limited.

Continuous integration tools, like Jenkins, are popular for running tests on a schedule, or after an event happens, such as a code update.

But Arch DevOps can take continuous integration a step further.

What if you could run only the tests that touch your most recently changed code?

What if your tests were spread across multiple nodes to complete runs faster?

What if your build health was available on demand, where anyone could see it?

These and many more strategies can be implemented for you.

Let’s discuss which would be the best fit for you.