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’!
If you are working with chatbots, now is the time you can use some amazing framework to simplify your task. At the end of May Stealth Ruby framework for conversational voice and text chatbots was launched. With Stealth you can customize and extend your chatbot by writing code. Isn’t it cool?
Here in Syndicode we do have experienced team of Rails developers. And you can check our level by evaluating our projects and clients’ testimonials. But what to do if you want to hire a freelance developer? How will you find out his or her level? Especially if you are a non-technical person who has never hired a developer before… But we found for you the scope of questions for freelance Rails developer!
You should already know that if there was no Syndicode digest on Friday, it will be delivered on Monday. So, this is happening today. But waiting for a digest is not a stress test we talk about. Actually, we talk about your everyday experience which is the real stress test. Of course, if you’re a good and responsible developer. There’s so much different obstacles you face and problems you solve! And the pressure you feel from your bosses or clients. But if you have chosen this profession – you have no way out. So keep calm and visit psychoanalyst as often as possible. That helps! And read our new Syndicode Digest #56 – Stress test!
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.
As we announced before, on June 2 the professional conference for mobile apps developers Mobile Fest 2018 will be held in Kyiv. There you will have a chance to take part in iOS and Android development discussions and find out the latest mobile development trends. As mobile app development agency Syndicode supports this event and wants you to meet Mobile Fest 2018 speakers! And don’t forget about 10% discount for Syndicode friends!
This article is related to our material about continuous integration and delivery with Github, Gitflow, and Jenkins. But this time we will expand the topic of continuous integration with Jenkins and dive into details about Jenkins Pipelines. Here you will find everything you wanted to know about continuous integration with Jenkins Pipeline!
Collection of rules for development, continuous integration, QA and deploy with Github, Gitflow, and Jenkins we use in one project with 5 teams distributed across 4 locations and developing Ruby on Rails backend for native mobile apps. Syndicode created step-by-step guide below.