Continuous integration and -deployment with GitHub, CircleCI and Kubernetes in Azure

Deploying an application is traditionally the most challenging part of the software delivery process. No two machines are the same, the guy who usually does the deployments is on vacation, and risk of disrupting production is ever looming. Without proper automation and safety checks, it can be a very daunting process.

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