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5 Steps to Deploying an Application Environment using CloudShell Colony and CircleCI

Date Posted: 06.21.21
Read Time: 10 min

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<p>Building the next big thing is what most developers care about. The application release process is best left to automation experts, such as <a href=”http://www.quali.com/”>Quali</a> and <a href=”http://www.circleci.com/”>CircleCI</a>. Combining the power of workflow orchestration with Environment as a Service provides a compelling story to accomplish that goal.</p>
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