3 Building Blocks for ServiceNow Success
Implementing a continuous delivery model with ServiceNow requires that you both automate deployment and handle all the inherent complexities, including chaining of test automation, change management processes, and security and compliance tools. Creating a continuous deployment chain will turn your landscape into a truly agile continuous delivery factory and help your team keep up and get ahead. Let’s explore the three most critical elements in building a truly CI/CD-enabled ServiceNow development pipeline.
1. Continuous Integration
In the waterfall development model, when multiple developers are working on a single project, code is merged infrequently, meaning that developers are often working with an out-of-date code base. When code is finally integrated (generally a manual process), many complex problems can arise, including missing libraries, broken dependencies, and more. Developers then work independently to fix these problems, creating new problems when the repaired code is integrated.