The integration, available immediately, provides developers choice and access to high-performing, cloud-based development tools including Jenkins, the world's most popular continuous integration server.
What does CI stand for?
CI stands for Continuous Integration
This definition appears very frequently and is found in the following Acronym Finder categories:
- Information technology (IT) and computers
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We have 83 other meanings of CI in our Acronym Attic
- Consumer Influence
- Consumers International (UK)
- Consumers' International
- Containment Integrity
- Containment Isolation
- Content Identifier
- Contents Inventory (insurance)
- Contextual Inquiry
- Continuous Improvement (business quality/productivity assurance)
- Continuous Infusion
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Humberstone was essential in the continuous integration process of Lipo from family management to a professional multinational organization.
Peissner will explain how DevOps is vital to the transition from continuous integration to continuous delivery BRISBANE, Calif.
Code coverage analysis results can be directly requested from a continuous integration server to Visual Studio.
The authors address: product management, planning and coordination, requirements and PBIs, design and architecture, continuous integration, multi-site, offshore, and more.
Paton noted that Timmons has provided exceptional leadership in the continuous integration of strong business leadership and fundamentals with a dedication to going "beyond what's required" through Responsible Care[R].
This is a significant step for us, as it ensures international cooperation and technical exchange in line with our mission to promote UV and EB and disseminate technical information by the continuous integration of people, companies and organizations.
Traditionally, creating these applications has required piecing together both a range of development and runtime infrastructure tools-such as source code control systems, continuous integration servers, testing and staging environments, load balancers, application server clusters, databases and in-memory caching systems.