Talk about your CI/CD experience, bruh!
DevSecOps Interview Q&A: Part 5
Series of Q&A that might help you lock down that DevSecOps job, bruh!
What work have you performed in the CI/CD pipeline?
In my experience, the work performed in a CI/CD pipeline can vary depending on the specific requirements of the project and the tools used. However, generally, the following tasks are typically included in a CI/CD pipeline:
- Code integration: The first step in the pipeline is to integrate code changes from multiple developers into a single codebase. This is typically done using a version control system such as Git.
- Build and testing: Once the code is integrated, it is built and tested to ensure that it is functional and free of errors. This can include tasks such as compiling the code, running unit tests, and performing static code analysis. Tools such as Jenkins, TravisCI, CircleCI, and GitLab CI/CD are commonly used for this step.
- Containerization: After the code is built and tested, it is containerized using a tool such as Docker. This allows the application to be easily deployed and run in any environment.
- Deployment: Once the code is containerized, it is deployed to a test environment for further testing and validation. This can include tasks such as deploying to a staging environment, performing acceptance testing, and conducting performance testing.
- Release and monitoring: Once the code has been tested and validated, it is released to a production environment and monitored for performance and stability. This can include tasks such as deploying to a production environment, setting up monitoring and alerting, and creating rollback procedures.
- Continuous delivery: Once the code is stable and all the tests passed, it can be deployed to the production environment automatically, without human intervention.
- Security testing: In addition to the traditional CI/CD pipeline steps, security testing is an important step that should be integrated into the pipeline. This can include tasks…