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Continuous Integration & Continuous Delivery

Deliver your infrastructure and applications faster and more efficiently

Give the customer exactly what he wants - even faster and more qualitatively

In many industries today, differentiation is based more on the digital customer experience than on the product itself. In addition, there is increasing pressure to deliver new features and update applications faster. And this without permanent additional expenditure.

If delivery is automated with Continuous Integration and Continuous Delivery (CI/CD), throughput times are shortened with lower personnel costs. At the same time, the quality of the application is increased and the error rate in delivery is reduced. 

Thanks to the metrics on the use of the individual features, you can invest your time where the greatest customer benefit is generated. In this way, you can create a product tailored to the customer and his needs.

Why CI & CD?

Shorter time to market

Deliver faster thanks to a high degree of automation.

Assured quality

Benefit from fewer errors and downtime and consistent quality.

Better customer experience

Give the customer exactly what he wants and set yourself apart from the competition.

More resources

Relieve your developers and use the gained resources for new features.

Continuous Integration and Continuous Delivery also in your company?

If you want to rely on Continuous Integration and Continuous Delivery, there are a few points to consider. On-premise, hybrid cloud or multi-cloud? Define your concept for Continuous Integration and Continuous Delivery. With the implementation, the organization around Continuous Delivery will also evolve.

4 points you should know about Continuous Delivery


  • Continuous Delivery orchestrates many themes and technical building blocks that need to be coordinated.
  • It is not a purely technical object. It is rather about the delivery and continuous improvement of applications. Many points play a role: The metrics about the use of the application, the infrastructure that has to be consistent, the business that releases the application using quality parameters, and the person responsible for the application who wants to know which version is now in production and where in the process the next release is located.
  • Continuous Delivery is a journey with a clear goal. The journey should be realized in stages so that it does not overburden the organization. The technical innovations are so complex that the concept of the journey must be adapted before the goal is reached.
  • The big issue with Continuous Delivery is the Hybrid Cloud or Multi Cloud. This requires a rethink in the implementation of continuous delivery - more abstraction and less vertical integration.