Continuous integration and continuous deployment has become one of the most common use cases of Docker early adopters. CI/CD merges development with testing, allowing developers to build code collaboratively, submit it the master branch, and checked for issues. This allows developers to not only build their code, but also test their code in any environment type and as often as possible to catch bugs early in the applications development lifecycle. Since Docker can integrate with tools like Jenkins and GitHub, developers can submit code in GitHub, test the code and automatically trigger a build using Jenkins, and once the image is complete, images can be added to Docker registries. This streamlines the process, saves time on build and set up processes, all while allowing developers to run tests in parallel and automate them so that they can continue to work on other projects while tests are being run. Since Docker works on prem, in the cloud or virtual environment and supports both Linux and Windows, enterprises no longer have to deal with inconsistencies between different environments types. Perhaps one of the most widely known benefits of the Docker CaaS platform.
In this short video, learn how to get started using
Docker for CI/CD.
How to configure Docker, Jenkins and Github to build the CI/CD pipeline.
This demonstrates what a successfully executed Continuous Integration and continuous deployment job looks like across the systems.
BBC News, one of the largest publications in the world uses Docker for CI/CD jobs, and saw massive improvements in efficiency.
This is the first video in a two video series. This video demonstrates a job executed through a CI/CD pipeline built with Docker. Docker Hub is a SaaS registry service hosted by Docker. Sign up for an account and claim your free private repo.
This is the first video in a two video series.
This video provides an overview of the CI/CD workflow with Docker Hub integrated with source code, CI and deployment tools. Docker Hub is a SaaS registry service hosted by Docker. Sign up for an account and claim your free private repo.
Docker is a natural fit for us. We wanted testing environments that we could change easily and Docker handles this for us.