Blue-Green Deployment

Blue-green deployment is a method used to manage software updates smoothly. It involves setting up two identical environments on separate hardware. While one environment is active and serving users, the other remains inactive. This strategy is often used for applications that need to be available all the time. First, any new code is tested in a staging environment. Once the testing is done and everything looks good, the team adjusts the router settings so that users are directed to the staging environment instead of the old one. This staging environment then becomes the new production environment. If any problems crop…

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