Continuous Integration and Continuous Deployment (CI/CD) is a software development practice that involves continuous integration of code changes and automated deployment of the software to production. Amazon Web Services (AWS) is a cloud computing platform that provides a wide range of services including computing, storage, and database services, among others. In this case study, we will discuss the implementation of CI/CD in AWS to improve the software development process.
Our client, a leading e-commerce platform, was facing challenges in delivering software updates quickly and efficiently. The existing software development process was manual and time-consuming, resulting in delayed releases and customer dissatisfaction. The client wanted to implement a modern software development process that would enable them to deliver updates quickly and efficiently.
After analysing the client’s requirements and existing infrastructure, we proposed the CI/CD pipeline implementation in AWS. We chose AWS because of its highly scalable and flexible infrastructure, which would enable us to handle the increasing traffic and data volume.
The implementation of CI/CD in AWS provided the following benefits to the client:
The implementation of CI/CD in AWS enabled our client to implement a modern software development process that enabled them to deliver updates quickly and efficiently. The use of automated testing and deployment reduced the risk of human error and ensured that code changes were thoroughly tested before being deployed to the production environment. The AWS infrastructure provided scalability, ensuring that the client could handle increasing traffic and data volume. The use of Docker containers ensured consistency, reducing the risk of compatibility issues.