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Continuous Delivery is a set of practices that ensure a code base is always in a deployable state. This helps in getting code into production safely, often, quickly and consistently. Continuous Delivery standardizes and automates the steps developers go through to go from code in a code base to production. CD allows developers to routinely ‘call’ the process on-demand.

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