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Your question sounds like you should have a look at what I call Features Configuration Management, aka FCM. FCM is not only about using Drupal's Features module, and not about Configuration Management (as introduced in Drupal version 8). Instead, it is a special case of Software Configuration Management, aka SCM, applied to Drupal. Mostly because Features ...


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What you've listed is actually two different things, continuous delivery and continuous integration. When people talk about CI they typically are only referring to the testing part; automated unit, function, and integration testing with some sort of version bump or code promotion at the end. Looks like the Jenkins wiki has some specific pointers about ...


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In reply to 'Would Amazon EC2 / Google / Azure be cheaper than having dedicated servers?' I've done a lot of investigating into this and in every case they are NOT. 80 Linux servers running 24h/365 - annual cost: Total cost per year Google £37,515.46 AWS £29,196.53 These costs do NOT include data transfer. You can buy a dedicated cloud ...


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Each CI/CD system is different when it comes to performing the job(s) that the execution pipeline consists of. In most (if not all) cases the details are part of a configuration which is specific to the particular CI/CD system used. As you mentioned Jenkins uses a Jenkinsfile, GitLabCI uses .gitlab-ci.yml, others use "live"/GUI-based configurations, etc. So ...


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