To understand what is DevOps first you need to learn about its life cycle. Our task is to automate the entire process, from the development process to the time we get it into production. That’s the time when we need Continuous Integration/Continuous Deployment skills. Let’s present you the CI/CD pipeline using Docker and Jenkins. Step by step.
If you remember, ones we promised you to update our material about AWS vs. GCP comparison? Today we eventually have done this! Meet the new AWS vs. Google Cloud vs. Microsoft Azure with emphasis of that they have in common and what are their main differences!
When you might still deciding what’s better for DevOps in the cloud, AWS or Google Cloud Platform, DevOps Fest is obviouisly will share some guidelines for that. For the first time! On April 6th, 2019, DevOps Fest will be held in Kyiv! This is a conference for developers and DevOps engineers. Created by QA Fest and .NET Fest organizers – conferences №1 in their areas. Welcome to DevOps Fest 2019!
Continuing the topic of orchestrating your containers and cloud development, Kubernetes and companies who use it, we’d like you to meet Knative. This is a Kubernetes-based platform that provides a set of middleware components essential for building modern, source-centric, and container-based applications that can run anywhere: on premises, in the cloud, or even in a third-party data center. So, in a nutshell, you can use Knative to manage modern serverless workloads.
Last time we talked about the pros and cons of DevOps as a Service. There we mentioned AWS and Google Cloud Platform as the main platforms that are frequently used by DevOps. Why can’t we make a small comparison for them? Sure, there’s also Microsoft Azure among the giants. But we’ll come back to it later. So, today we have AWS vs Google Cloud Platform. What is better for DevOps in the cloud?
It is rarely met situation when your updates are really needed because of some critical issues. And in most cases, you skip them. Don’t you? However, we wish you not to have critical issues to update your soft but only necessary improvements! Some of them you will find in our new ‘Syndicode Digest #61 – Security zonked’!
You’re not very sportive, aren’t you? According to different surveys, developers not really used to take care of their body health. 52.7% of developers spend from 9 to 12 hours on a computer, and 37.4% of them don’t exercise! But that is not related only to developers because nowadays every single person sitting in front of the computer more then 8 hours a day has the same problem. Of course, you can’t skip your work and go exercise. However, you can do some sports in between or after. Think about that! And read our Syndicode Digest #57 – Sports preceding!
Cool tools time! Our article about continuous integration and delivery with Github, Gitflow, and Jenkins that presented you the step-by-step guide with the set of rules for development. Today we’d like to share with you the new CI/CD solution, Jenkins X for cloud applications on Kubernetes.
Continuous delivery is great because its fast feedback loop that immediately shows developers the effects of their work. Mistakes are fixed quickly, while beneficial changes can be released and deployed to customers without having to wait for a distant future release date. We’d like to share with you 7 ways of learning through continuous delivery that will help build an organizational culture of learning and responsibility.