Continuous Delivery

Continuous Delivery is a set of practices that ensure a code base is always in a deployable state. This helps in getting code into production safely, often, quickly and consistently. Continuous Delivery standardizes and automates the steps developers go through to go from code in a code base to production. CD allows developers to routinely ‘call’ the process on-demand.

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DevOps, from Philosophy to Action

Webinar: DevOps, from Philosophy to Action DevOps is a buzzword, used very differently in every company… but do you really know the real meaning of “DevOps” and its inner philosophy? We will see...
Remain fast – identify and fix the problems in your feedback loop

Remain fast – identify and fix the problems in your feedback loop

DevOps teams have so many things to concentrate on. Their primary focus is to deliver useful business features quickly and reliably. Feedback loops help to define if these features are worth...
Styra is Open Policy Agent’s big, enterprise brother for policy-as-code

Styra is Open Policy Agent’s big, enterprise brother for policy-as-code

Developers have more access to, and control over, compute resources than ever. Public cloud, infrastructure-as-code and cloud-native development and consumption models are great accelerators of what developers can achieve in short...
esting Terraform code with terratest – part 1

Testing Terraform code with terratest – part 1

This is the first post on productionalizing your Terraform environments with Terratest. This builds on our original set of articles that show how to build out a traditional LAMP stack using terraform...
GitOps is more than Git_ IaC, Merge Requests and Pipelines

GitOps is more than Git: IaC, Merge Requests and Pipelines

GitOps is a way-of-work that takes application development best practices like version control, code collaboration and automated pipelines and workflows, and applies them to IT infrastructure automation. Its technical premise is...
GitLab 13_7 is rounding out CICD capabilities

GitLab 13.7 is rounding out CI/CD capabilities

In what was the last full working week of 2020, GitLab released GitLab 13.7 to the general public. Don’t be fooled by that minor code release status as this is not...
Waypoint 0.2 is adding foundational features for CI_CD

Waypoint 0.2 is adding foundational features for CI/CD

It may only seem like a minute ago that HashiCorp announced and released Waypoint as a 0.1 version, but it was October 15th, 2020 at HashiConf. Waypoint is Hashicorp’s first step...

A beginner’s guide to GitOps and how it works

Infrastructure automation using DevOps best practices As software applications become more sophisticated, the demands on infrastructure increase. Teams need to support complex deployments at immense scale and speed. GitOps is an operational...
Why you must shift left security in the software development lifecycle

Why you must shift left security in the software development lifecycle

This is post 3 of 4 in the Amazic World series sponsored by GitLab 1. Toolchain tax: just the tip of the iceberg? 2. Why the Pipeline is key for Cloud Engineers 3. Changing...

New trends and buzzwords in the DevOps era: are you ready for 2021?

As the year 2020 comes to an end, it's nice to look back at the trends and hypes we got so far. It is even more exiting to see which trends...