We're going to outline the seven tips addressing the common CI/CD risks that arise when creating a CI/CD pipeline. In this tutorial, we'll discuss 7 Tips for Success
Continuous integrations and deployments are key elements to a company's success in releasing software actively in the multifold. It is common in a small engineering team that only one person has the knowledge to package up the project to release and distribute. Building a system with one engineer understanding how to distribute an application is considered to be a bad practice due to relying on John Doe. John Doe might be on vacation, sick, fired, etc. and due to this new releases are paused from touching production till the next guy figures out all the ins and outs.
Building a system that can actively measure, build, and distribute an application is crucial in order to save a lot of time and money. We're going to outline the seven tips addressing the common CI/CD risks that arise when creating a CI/CD pipeline.
If you are building processes to implement a few projects with pipelines from scratch, it is important to thoroughly understand how your current projects build locally and what issues you need to account for. It is important to look at your company's current CI/CD implementation for other projects first, and plan out how you can tie in a new project to the current system if your company already has such processes in place.
To set up a serverless CI/CD pipeline in your AWS environments, there are several key services that you need to use. Find out more here.
This article gives direction to getting your CI/CD pipeline up and running on the Kubernetes cluster by the GitLab CICD pipeline.
The ultimate showdown between Travis CI vs Jenkins. Check out this guide to know who wins the race! Travis CI and Jenkins are both popular CI/CD tools and were launched in the same year i.e. 2011. As of July 2020, Jenkins has been the more obvious choice as CI/CD tool with 15.9k stars & 6.3k forks, in comparison to TravisCI which has 8k stars & 756 forks. However, these numbers alone don’t imply which CI/CD tool is more suitable for your upcoming or existing project. Jenkins is an open-source & Travis CI is free for open-source projects.
DevOps Events Includes various tracks CI/CD, Cloud-Native Infrastructure, DevSecOps, Cultural Transformations, and SRE
So lets chat DevOps, CI/CD and software lifecycles. In this tutorial I attempt to explain DevOps and CI/CD, Continuous Integration and Continuous Delivery / Continuous Deployment. I touch on the many definitions of DevOps, I try and differentiate between DevOps and CI/CD and give you an insight into the idea of a pipeline for develop and deployment automation.