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  1. CI/CD Explained CI/CD stands for continuous integration and continuous deployment and they are the backbone of modern-day DevOps practices. CI/CD is the process that allows software to be continuously built, tested, automated, and delivered in a continuous cadence. In a rapidly developing world with increasing requirements, the development and integration process need to be at the same speed to ensure business delivery. What Is Continuous Integration? CI, or continuous integration, works on automated tests and builds. Changes made by developers are stored in a source branch of a shared repository. Any changes committed to this branch go through builds and testing before merging. This ensures consistent quality checks of the code that gets merged. View the full article
  2. In today's fast-evolving technology landscape, the integration of Artificial Intelligence (AI) into Internet of Things (IoT) systems has become increasingly prevalent. AI-enhanced IoT systems have the potential to revolutionize industries such as healthcare, manufacturing, and smart cities. However, deploying and maintaining these systems can be challenging due to the complexity of the AI models and the need for seamless updates and deployments. This article is tailored for software engineers and explores best practices for implementing Continuous Integration and Continuous Deployment (CI/CD) pipelines for AI-enabled IoT systems, ensuring smooth and efficient operations. View the full article
  3. The post Best DevOps Tools in 2024 appeared first on DevOpsSchool.com. View the full article
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    About cdCon + GitOpsCon will foster collaboration, discussion, and knowledge sharing by bringing communities, vendors, and end users to meet, discuss, collaborate and start shaping the future of GitOps and CD together. Details https://events.linuxfoundation.org/cdcon-gitopscon/ Event Schedule https://events.linuxfoundation.org/cdcon-gitopscon/program/schedule/
  5. Jenkins is a popular open-source CI/CD that helps automate various aspects of software development, including building, testing, and deploying applications. Jenkins is highly extensible, with over 1,000 available plugins, which help to integrate with various third-party tools and technologies. Consider a scenario where you're working on a large software project with multiple developers. Testing each and every change manually can be time-consuming and prone to human error. This is where Jenkins test cases can come in handy. View the full article
  6. On the west coast of Canada, you will find Vancouver, British Columbia, home to the Canucks, breathtaking scenery, and the Granville Walk of Fame. You will also find the Vancouver Convention Center, which hosts some of the best views from any event space in the world. It was in this picturesque setting that the CD Foundation and OpenGitOps communities came together for a co-located event, cdCon + GitOpsCon 2023. These two communities are distinct but have aligned goals and visions for how DevOps needs to evolve. The CD Foundation acts as a host and incubator for open-source projects like Spinnaker and Jenkins, the newly graduated project Tekton, and the completely new cdEvents. They have a mission of defining continuous delivery best practices. OpenGitOps was started as a Cloud Native Computing Foundation working group with the goal of clearly defining a vendor-neutral, principle-led meaning of GitOps. View the full article
  7. Let's start with a story: Have you heard the news about CircleCI's breach? No, not the one where they accidentally leaked some customer credentials a few years back. This time, it's a bit more serious. It seems that some unauthorized individuals were able to gain access to CircleCI's systems, compromising the secrets stored in CircleCI. CircleCI advised users to rotate "any and all secrets" stored in CircleCI, including those stored in project environment variables or contexts. View the full article
  8. GitHub Actions is relatively new to the world of automation and Continuous Integration (CI). Providing ‘CI as a Service,’ GitHub Actions has many differences from its traditional rival platforms. In this post, we explore the differences between GitHub Actions and traditional build servers. We also look at whether GitHub Actions is a suitable option for building and testing your code. View the full article
  9. When it comes to Ci CD Consulting services, following best practices is crucial. Ensure automation at every stage, from code integration to deployment, to achieve faster and more reliable software delivery. Implement comprehensive testing and monitoring, fostering a culture of continuous improvement. Efficient Ci CD processes empower your team to deliver high-quality software consistently, reducing errors and enhancing productivity.
  10. Although relatively new to the world of continuous integration (CI), GitHub’s adding of Actions has seen its strong community build useful tasks that plug right into your repository. Actions let you run non-standard tasks to help you test, build, and push your work to your deployment tools. View the full article
  11. Palo Alto Networks' Daniel Krivelevich shares a general three-step framework organizations can use to secure the CI/CD pipeline and surrounding areas. View the full article
  12. A GitOps tool like Argo CD can help centralize the automation, installation, and configuration of services onto multiple Kubernetes clusters. Rather than apply changes using a Kubernetes CLI or CI/CD, a GitOps workflow detects changes in version control and applies the changes automatically in the cluster. You can use a GitOps workflow to deploy and manage changes to a Consul cluster, while orchestrating the configuration of Consul service mesh for peering, network policy, and gateways. This approach to managing your Consul cluster and configuration has two benefits. First, a GitOps tool handles the order-of-operations and automation of cluster updates before configuration updates. Second, your Consul configuration uses version control as a source of truth that GitOps enforces across multiple Kubernetes clusters. This post demonstrates a GitOps workflow for deploying a Consul cluster, configuring its service mesh, and upgrading its server with Argo CD. Argo CD annotations for sync waves and resource hooks enable orchestration of Consul cluster deployment followed by service mesh configuration with Custom Resource Definitions (CRDs). Updating a Consul cluster on Kubernetes involves opening a pull request with changes to Helm chart values or CRDs and merging it. Argo CD synchronizes the configuration to match version control and handles the order of operations when applying the changes... View the full article
  13. Buildkite acquired Packagecloud to tightly integrate package management tools with its CI/CD platform. View the full article
  14. CloudBees took the wraps off the first major update to the open source Jenkins CI/CD platform made in the past several years. View the full article
  15. Hello Everyone I am currently working on integrating automated rollbacks into our CI/CD pipeline to ensure a more robust deployment process. Our team is looking to find the best methods and tools that can be adopted to make this transition as smooth as possible. I came across this article- https://docs.aws.amazon.com/codedeploy/devops traininglatest/userguide/deployments-rollback-and-redeploy.html ,that provided some insights, but I'd love to hear from those of you who have hands-on experience in this area: What strategies have you implemented for automated rollbacks? How do you handle rollback complexities, especially when dealing with dependencies? Are there any specific tools or platforms that you recommend? What lessons have you learned and what pitfalls should we be aware of? Your real-world experiences will supplement what we've learned from the literature and help us make more informed decisions. Thanks in advance!
  16. If you are looking for a way to manage your Kubernetes applications using GitOps principles, you definitely should check out Argo CD. In this article, I will show you what Argo CD is, how it works, and how you can use it to deploy and manage your applications in a declarative and automated way... View the full article
  17. Hi All, We are using Azure Devops TFSVC and creating CI\CD for angular applications using classic build. In release pipeline, I have a requirements to copy artifacts to a shared folder on some other server. Requirement is shared folder has certain static files and folders which should not be deleted. I tried to use Delete Files task. This is how delete files task is: Source Folder: \\server1\sharedFolder$ contents: \\server1\sharedFolder$\!(subfolder1) \\server1\sharedFolder$\!*.config Found out that Delete Files task can be used to delete files only on agent server and not on remote servers even if you specify path. In order to delete files on another server, need to use powershell or powershell on Target Machines task. We prefer not to mention username or password in release pipelines. Build Agent service account has full control to this remote server shared folder. Please suggest how to take care of this in release pipeline.
  18. If you ever wonder why continuous testing is so important, think about the following: In the past, software testing was typically done after the code was written and sent to the QA department for independent testing. When bugs were discovered, the code was returned to the developers for correction. While this testing method worked, it […] The post The Future of Continuous Testing in CI/CD appeared first on DevOps.com. View the full article
  19. I want to change the field after the == sign in the requirements.txt file and replace it with an open field like a textbox or something similar https://drive.google.com/file/d/1EKVGYLp9MhvClwmdM0ynKawawOdKZ5nf/view?usp=sharing
  20. Hi, We are switching to new devops server. SDK installed DevOps server: 2020 MSBuild tools: 2019 version: 16.0 Architecture: x64 /p:DeployOnBuild=true /p:WebPublishMethod=Package /p:PackageAsSingleFile=false /p:SkipInvalidConfigurations=true /p:OutDir="$(build.artifactstagingdirectory)" /p:TargetFrameworkSDKToolsDirectory="C:\Program Files (x86)\Microsoft SDKs\Windows\v10.0A\bin\netfx 4.8 tools" VS ASP.net project Target .net framework: 4.8.1 Fails with error ... csproj(1901,3): Error MSB4019: The imported project "C:\Program Files (x86)\MSBuild\Microsoft\VisualStudio\v11.0\WebApplications\Microsoft.WebApplication.targets" was not found. Confirm that the path in the <Import> declaration is correct, and that the file exists on disk. Please suggest
  21. A survey of 820 application development professionals conducted by Applitools, a provider of an application testing platform, found well over a third of respondents (38%) working for organizations that now deploy daily changes to production environments. The challenge is that application testing is not able to keep pace with that rate of continuous deployment (CD). […] The post Continuous Delivery Advances Come at Cost of Testing appeared first on DevOps.com. View the full article
  22. CircleCI today announced it has integrated its continuous integration/continuous delivery (CI/CD) platform with a rival software-as-a-service (SaaS) offering from GitLab. DevOps teams can now, for example, trigger pipelines in CircleCI from GitLab forked merge requests in addition to merging requests and making commits for specific branches. Other capabilities include the ability to access testing capabilities […] The post CircleCI Integrates CI/CD Platform With GitLab appeared first on DevOps.com. View the full article
  23. Atlassian today outlined its strategy to increase the appeal of the Bitbucket continuous integration/continuous delivery (CI/CD) cloud service among enterprise IT organizations. Atlassian said it plans to focus on four core pillars: Performance, management, extensibility and security and compliance, starting with an update scheduled for the third quarter. Dan Tao, head of engineering for Bitbucket […] The post Atlassian Bitbucket CI/CD Cloud Service Aims for the Enterprise appeared first on DevOps.com. View the full article
  24. If you are using the Microsoft-hosted Azure DevOps Build Agents, then you wont really have a reliable way to know what IP Address traffic from the Build Agent will originate from. This can be an issue when firewalls may be blocking the necessary traffic from your deployments to perform actions on your resources. Thankfully, the […] The article What is IP Address of Azure DevOps Build Agent and Set Firewall to Allow it appeared first on Build5Nines. View the full article
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