Architecting Modern Java EE Applications: Designing lightweight, business-oriented enterprise applications in the age of cloud, containers, and Java EE 8 by Daschner Sebastian

Architecting Modern Java EE Applications: Designing lightweight, business-oriented enterprise applications in the age of cloud, containers, and Java EE 8 by Daschner Sebastian

Author:Daschner, Sebastian [Daschner, Sebastian]
Language: eng
Format: azw3
Tags: COM048000 - COMPUTERS / Systems Architecture / Distributed Systems and Computing, COM060180 - COMPUTERS / Web / Web Services and APIs, COM051280 - COMPUTERS / Programming Languages / Java
Publisher: Packt Publishing
Published: 2017-10-09T04:00:00+00:00

Realizing development workflows

Continuous Delivery pipelines consist of several pipeline build steps that are executed in sequence or in parallel, respectively. All the steps are executed as part of a single build. Builds are usually triggered by committing or rather pushing code changes into version control.

The following examines the aspects of a Continuous Delivery pipeline. These general steps are indifferent to the used technology.

The following diagram shows a high-level overview of a simplified Continuous Delivery pipeline. The steps are executed in a Continuous Integration server and use external repositories such as version control, artifact, and container repositories:



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