Learn more about continuous integration (CI) and continuous deployment (CD) in software development and explore topics on DevOps, platforms like Docker, and more.

What Is Infrastructure as Code in CI/CD Pipeline?

At first blush, infrastructure as code (IaC) and continuous integration / continuous deployment (CI/CD) don\'t seem to go together. They represent two completely different processes, don\'t they? One is a mechanism for defining how you...

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Getting Started With Docker Hub

Docker is an open-source platform that packages applications for distribution. It gives you a way to combine applications and their dependencies into containers that run in any environment. Docker Hub is a service for sharing...

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What Does it Mean to be Cloud Native

The Cloud Native Computing Foundation (CNCF) defines Cloud Native as “technologies [that] empower organizations to build and run scalable applications in modern, dynamic environments such as public, private, and hybrid clouds. Containers, service meshes, microservices,...

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Alerting on SLOs and Error Budget Policies

Assessing your system\'s reliability through SLOs is a great way to really understand and measure how happy users are with your service(s). Error Budgets give you the amount of reliability you have left before users...

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Defining the 5 DevOps Principles: CALMS

DevOps is a ubiquitous term these days. I\'ve lost count of the job ads that look for DevOps engineers and the products that sell themselves as the ultimate DevOps tool. At its core, DevOps is...

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Kubernetes vs. Docker: Differences You Need to Know

Both Docker and Kubernetes are ubiquitous tools nowadays. They\'re two of the most popular existing open-source projects. Whether your workloads run in the cloud or on-premise, it\'s exceedingly likely that you\'ll be using these two...

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QA vs. Testing: What’s the Difference?

When the competition is just a few clicks away, you can\'t afford to ship poor quality software; if you do, you\'re begging for your clients to become former clients. However, getting yourself familiar with the...

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eBPF: Modern Security for Modern Environments

Nowadays, we usually build software in containers. And if you don\'t want to lag behind with your cybersecurity, you need to adapt to the way containers work. The traditional IP:PORT: PROTO-based approach is inefficient when...

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DevSecOps and Continuous Security

After many years of shifting to DevOps, we see nowadays a rising trend of DevSecOps . This is mainly for two reasons. First, there are far more security threats these days. Second, there are many...

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Adding DevOps Security Tools to Your CI/CD Pipeline

As you travel down the DevOps path, one of the most avoided topics is often security or DevSecOps. Security is usually a touchy point because, more than likely, it will add work somewhere that someone didn\'t...

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Getting Started with BitBucket

Introduction John Bardeen, winner of two Nobel prizes in physics said, “The combined results of several people working together is often much more effective than could be that of an individual scientist working alone.” While...

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Why You Should Use Xray for Jira as your Test Management Solution

Many activities go into developing any type of software. From gathering requirements to deploying to real-world users, lots of factors influence the final product. Testing is one of these factors that you have to take...

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