Agile teams, and their customers, benefit by being able to: 1. minimize the duration and effort required for each code integration; and 2. enable the delivery of a version suitable for release at any moment. To achieve these twin objectives, Continuous Integration (CI) relies on a suite of automated tests, where execution can complete rapidly, and provide immediate visibility into the health of the code base. Version control tools, team policies and conventions, and other tools specifically designed for code integration all play a part in Continuous Integration.
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