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Juniper Ansible collection for Junos

NOTE : The collection for Ansible is under development and changes are expected in the namespace/module implementation.
One may use it but it is recommended to currently use juniper.junos roles for professional implementation. Refer - https://github.com/Juniper/ansible-junos-stdlib/tree/roles for more info.

Juniper Ansible collection for Junos

The repo is under active development. If you take a clone, you are getting the latest, and perhaps not entirely stable code.

About

Juniper Networks supports Ansible for managing devices running the Junos operating system (Junos OS). This collection is hosted on the Ansible Galaxy website under the collection juniper.device. The juniper.device collection includes a set of Ansible modules that perform specific operational and configuration tasks on devices running Junos OS. These tasks include: installing and upgrading Junos OS, provisioning new Junos devices in the network, loading configuration changes, retrieving information, and resetting, rebooting, or shutting down managed devices. Please refer to the INSTALLATION section for instructions on installing this collection.

juniper.junos roles by Juniper Networks

Ansible galaxy is upgrading to collections and plans to deprecate roles in future. The master branch will now have juniper.device collection support. Juniper.junos roles have been moved to roles branch. For more information for roles, check: https://github.com/Juniper/ansible-junos-stdlib/tree/roles

Two Sets of Ansible Modules for Junos devices

Since Ansible version >= 2.1, Ansible also natively includes core modules for Junos. The Junos modules included in Ansible core have names which begin with the prefix junos_. The Junos modules included in this Juniper.device collection have names starting with module types. These two sets of Junos modules can coexist on the same Ansible control machine, and an Ansible play may invoke a module from either (or both) sets. Juniper Networks recommends using the modules in this collection when writing new playbooks that manage Junos devices.

Overview of Modules

This juniper.device collection includes the following modules:

  • command — Execute one or more CLI commands on a Junos device.
  • config — Manipulate the configuration of a Junos device.
  • facts — Retrieve facts from a Junos device.
  • jsnapy — Execute JSNAPy tests on a Junos device.
  • ping — Execute ping from a Junos device.
  • pmtud — Perform path MTU discovery from a Junos device to a destination.
  • rpc — Execute one or more NETCONF RPCs on a Junos device.
  • software — Install software on a Junos device.
  • srx_cluster — Add or remove SRX chassis cluster configuration.
  • system — Initiate operational actions on the Junos system.
  • table — Retrieve data from a Junos device using a PyEZ table/view.

PyEZ Version Requirement

For ansible collection juniper.device we will need to install junos-eznc(PyEZ) version 2.6.0 or higher.

Overview of Plugins

In addition to the modules listed above, a callback_plugin jsnapy is available for the module jsnapy.

The callback_plugin jsnapy helps to print on the screen additional information regarding jsnapy failed tests. For each failed test, a log will be printed after the RECAP of the playbook as shown in this example:

PLAY RECAP *********************************************************************
qfx10002-01                : ok=3    changed=0    unreachable=0    failed=1
qfx10002-02                : ok=3    changed=0    unreachable=0    failed=1
qfx5100-01                 : ok=1    changed=0    unreachable=0    failed=1

JSNAPy Results for: qfx10002-01 ************************************************
Value of 'peer-state' not 'is-equal' at '//bgp-information/bgp-peer' with {"peer-as": "65200", "peer-state": "Active", "peer-address": "100.0.0.21"}
Value of 'peer-state' not 'is-equal' at '//bgp-information/bgp-peer' with {"peer-as": "60021", "peer-state": "Idle", "peer-address": "192.168.0.1"}
Value of 'oper-status' not 'is-equal' at '//interface-information/physical-interface[normalize-space(admin-status)='up' and logical-interface/address-family/address-family-name ]' with {"oper-status": "down", "name": "et-0/0/18"}

JSNAPy Results for: qfx10002-02 ************************************************
Value of 'peer-state' not 'is-equal' at '//bgp-information/bgp-peer' with {"peer-as": "65200", "peer-state": "Active", "peer-address": "100.0.0.21"}

The jsnapy plugin is currently in Experimental stage, please provide feedback.

Callback plugins are not activated by default. They must be manually added to the Ansible configuration file under the [defaults] section using the variable callback_whitelist. Specifically, these lines should be added to the Ansible configuration file in order to allow the jsnapy callback plugin:

[defaults]
callback_whitelist = jsnapy

DOCUMENTATION

Official Juniper documentation (detailed information, including examples)

Ansible style documentation

INSTALLATION

You must have the DEPENDENCIES installed on your system. Check requirements.txt for the dependencies.

NOTICES

MacOS Mojave and newer

In MacOS Mojave and newer (>=10.14), ssh keys created with the system ssh-keygen are created using the newer 'OPENSSH' key format, even when specifying -t rsa during creation. This directly affects the usage of ssh keys, particularly when using the ssh_private_key_file. To create/convert/check keys, follow these steps:

  • Create a new RSA key: ssh-keygen -m PEM -t rsa -b 4096
  • Check existing keys: head -n1 ~/.ssh/some_private_key RSA keys will be -----BEGIN RSA PRIVATE KEY----- and OPENSSH keys will be -----BEGIN OPENSSH PRIVATE KEY-----
  • Convert an OPENSSH key to an RSA key: ssh-keygen -p -m PEM -f ~/.ssh/some_key

Ansible Galaxy collection

You can use the ansible-galaxy install command to install the latest version of the juniper.device collection.

sudo ansible-galaxy collection install juniper.device

You can also use the ansible-galaxy install command to install the latest development version of the junos role directly from GitHub.

sudo ansible-galaxy collection install git+https://github.com/Juniper/ansible-junos-stdlib.git#/ansible_collections/juniper/device

For more information visit - https://docs.ansible.com/ansible/latest/user_guide/collections_using.html#specifying-the-location-to-search-for-collections

Git clone

For testing you can git clone this repo and run the env-setup script in the repo directory:

user@ansible-junos-stdlib> source env-setup

This will set your $ANSIBLE_LIBRARY variable to the repo location and the installed Ansible library path. For example:

$ echo $ANSIBLE_LIBRARY /home/jeremy/Ansible/ansible-junos-stdlib/library:/usr/share/ansible

Docker

To run this as a Docker container, which includes JSNAPy and PyEZ, simply pull it from the Docker hub and run it. The following will pull the latest image and run it in an interactive ash shell.

docker run -it --rm juniper/pyez-ansible

Although, you'll probably want to bind mount a host directory (perhaps the directory containing your playbooks and associated files). The following will bind mount the current working directory and start the ash shell.

docker run -it --rm -v $PWD:/project juniper/pyez-ansible

You can also use the container as an executable to run your playbooks. Let's assume we have a typical playbook structure as below:

example
|playbook.yml
|hosts
|-vars
|-templates
|-scripts

We can move to the example directory and run the playbook with the following command:

cd example/ docker run -it --rm -v $PWD:/playbooks juniper/pyez-ansible ansible-playbook -i hosts playbook.yml

You can pass any valid command string after the container name and it will be passed to Bash for execution.

You may have noticed that the base command is almost always the same. We can also use an alias to save some keystrokes.

alias pb-ansible="docker run -it --rm -v $PWD:/project juniper/pyez-ansible ansible-playbook" pb-ansible -i hosts playbook.yml

Extending the container with additional packages

It's possible to install additional OS (Alpine) packages, Python packages (via pip), and Ansible roles or collections at container instantiation. This can be done by passing in environment variables or bind mounting files.

OS Packages

Environment Variable: $APK Bind Mount: /extras/apk.txt File Format: list of valid Alpine packages, one per line Examples:

As an environment variable, where the file containing a list of packages is in the current directory.

docker run -it --rm -v $PWD:/project -e APK="apk.txt" juniper/pyez-ansible

As a bind mount.

docker run -it --rm -v $PWD/apk.txt:/extras/apk.txt juniper/pyez-ansible

Python Packages

Environment Variable: $REQ Bind Mount: /extras/requirements.txt File Format: pip requirements file

Examples:

docker run -it --rm -v $PWD:/project -e REQ="requirements.txt" juniper/pyez-ansible

As a bind mount.

docker run -it --rm -v $PWD/requirements.txt:/extras/requirements.txt juniper/pyez-ansible

Ansible Packages

Environment Variable: $ROLES Bind Mount: /extras/requirements.yml File Format: Ansible requirements file

NOTE: This works for collections as well as roles.

Examples:

docker run -it --rm -v $PWD:/project -e REQ="requirements.yml" juniper/pyez-ansible

As a bind mount.

docker run -it --rm -v $PWD/requirements.txt:/extras/requirements.yml juniper/pyez-ansible

Example Playbook

This example outlines how to use Ansible to install or upgrade the software image on a device running Junos OS.

---
- name: Install Junos OS
  hosts: dc1
  collections:
    - juniper.device
  connection: local
  gather_facts: no
  vars:
    wait_time: 3600
    pkg_dir: /var/tmp/junos-install
    OS_version: 14.1R1.10
    OS_package: jinstall-14.1R1.10-domestic-signed.tgz
    log_dir: /var/log/ansible

  tasks:
    - name: Checking NETCONF connectivity
      wait_for: host={{ inventory_hostname }} port=830 timeout=5
    - name: Install Junos OS package
      software:
        reboot: yes
        version: "{{ OS_version }}"
        package: "{{ pkg_dir }}/{{ OS_package }}"
        logfile: "{{ log_dir }}/software.log"
      register: sw
      notify:
        - wait_reboot

  handlers:
    - name: wait_reboot
      wait_for: host={{ inventory_hostname }} port=830 timeout={{ wait_time }}
      when: not sw.check_mode

DEPENDENCIES

This modules requires the following to be installed on the Ansible control machine:

LICENSE

Apache 2.0

SUPPORT

Support for this juniper.device collection is provided by the community and Juniper Networks. If you have an issue with a module in the juniper.device collection, you may:

Support for the Junos modules included in Ansible core is provided by Ansible. If you have an issue with an Ansible core module you should open a Github issue against the Ansible project.

CONTRIBUTORS

Juniper Networks is actively contributing to and maintaining this repo. Please contact jnpr-community-netdev@juniper.net for any queries.

Contributors: Nitin Kumar, Rahul Kumar, Stephen Steiner

Former Contributors:

Stacy W Smith, Jeremy Schulman, Rick Sherman, Damien Garros, David Gethings

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Author: Juniper
Download Link: Download The Source Code
Official Website: https://github.com/Juniper/ansible-junos-stdlib 
License: Apache-2.0 license

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Common Problems to Look for in a Code Review with Developers

Code reviews can inspire dread in both reviewer and reviewee. Having your code analyzed can feel invasive and uncomfortable. Even worse, reviewing other people's code can feel like a painful and ambiguous exercise, searching for problems and not even knowing where to begin.

This project aims to provide some solid tips for how to review the code that you and your team write. All examples are written in JavaScript, but the advice should be applicable to any project of any language. This is by no means an exhaustive list, but hopefully this will help you catch as many bugs as possible long before users ever see your feature.

Table of Contents

  1. Why Review Code?
  2. Basics
  3. Readability
  4. Side Effects
  5. Limits
  6. Security
  7. Performance
  8. Testing
  9. Miscellaneous

Why Review Code?

Code reviews are a necessary part of the software engineering process because you alone can't catch every problem in a piece of code you write. That's ok though! Even the best basketball players in the world miss shots.

Having others review our work ensures that we deliver the best product to users and with the least amount of errors. Make sure your team implements a code review process for new code that is introduced into your codebase. Find a process that works for you and your team. There's no one size fits all. The important point is to do code reviews as regularly as possible.

Basics

Code reviews should be as automated as possible

Avoid discussing details that can be handled by a static analysis tool. Don't argue about nuances such as code formatting and whether to use let or var. Having a formatter and linter can save your team a lot of time from reviews that your computer can do for you.

Code reviews should avoid API discussion

These discussions should happen before the code is even written. Don't try to argue about the floor plan once you've poured the concrete foundation.

Code reviews should be kind

It's scary to have your code reviewed and it can bring about feelings of insecurity in even the most experienced developer. Be positive in your language and keep your teammates comfortable and secure in their work!

Readability

Typos should be corrected

Avoid nitpicking as much as you can and save it for your linter, compiler, and formatter. When you can't, such as in the case of typos, leave a kind comment suggesting a fix. It's the little things that make a big difference sometimes!

Variable and function names should be clear

Naming is one of the hardest problems in computer science. We've all given names to variables, functions, and files that are confusing. Help your teammate out by suggesting a clearer name, if the one you're reading doesn't make sense.

// This function could be better named as namesToUpperCase
function u(names) {
  // ...
}

Functions should be short

Functions should do one thing! Long functions usually mean that they are doing too much. Tell your teammate to split out the function into multiple different ones.

// This is both emailing clients and deciding which are active. Should be
// 2 different functions.
function emailClients(clients) {
  clients.forEach(client => {
    const clientRecord = database.lookup(client);
    if (clientRecord.isActive()) {
      email(client);
    }
  });
}

Files should be cohesive, and ideally short

Just like functions, a file should be about one thing. A file represents a module and a module should do one thing for your codebase.

For example, if your module is called fake-name-generator it should just be responsible for creating fake names like "Keyser Söze". If the fake-name-generator also includes a bunch of utility functions for querying a database of names, that should be in a separate module.

There's no rule for how long a file should be, but if it's long like below and includes functions that don't relate to one another, then it should probably be split apart.

// Line 1
import _ from 'lodash';
function generateFakeNames() {
  // ..
}

// Line 1128
function queryRemoteDatabase() {
  // ...
}

Exported functions should be documented

If your function is intended to be used by other libraries, it helps to add documentation so users of it know what it does.

// This needs documentation. What is this function for? How is it used?
export function networkMonitor(graph, duration, failureCallback) {
  // ...
}

Complex code should be commented

If you have named things well and the logic is still confusing, then it's time for a comment.

function leftPad(str, len, ch) {
  str = str + '';
  len = len - str.length;

  while (true) {
    // This needs a comment, why a bitwise and here?
    if (len & 1) pad += ch;
    // This needs a comment, why a bit shift here?
    len >>= 1;
    if (len) ch += ch;
    else break;
  }

  return pad + str;
}

Side Effects

Functions should be as pure as possible

// Global variable is referenced by the following function.
// If we had another function that used this name, now it'd be an array and it
// could break it. Instead it's better to pass in a name parameter
let name = 'Ryan McDermott';

function splitIntoFirstAndLastName() {
  name = name.split(' ');
}

splitIntoFirstAndLastName();

I/O functions should have failure cases handled

Any function that does I/O should handle when something goes wrong

function getIngredientsFromFile() {
  const onFulfilled = buffer => {
    let lines = buffer.split('\n');
    return lines.map(line => <Ingredient ingredient={line} />);
  };

  // What about when this is rejected because of an error? What do we return?
  return readFile('./ingredients.txt').then(onFulfilled);
}

Limits

Null cases should be handled

If you have a list component for example, all is well and good if you display a nice beautiful table that shows all its data. Your users love it and you get a promotion! But what happens when no data comes back? What do you show in the null case? Your code should be resilient to every case that can occur. If there's something bad that can happen in your code, eventually it will happen.

class InventoryList {
  constructor(data) {
    this.data = data;
  }

  render() {
    return (
      <table>
        <caption>Inventory</caption>
        <thead>
           <tr>
            <th scope="col">ID</th>
            <th scope="col">Product</th>
           </tr>
        </thead>
        <tbody>
          // We should show something for the null case here if there's // nothing
          in the data inventory
          {Object.keys(this.data.inventory).map(itemId => (
            <tr key={i}>
              <td>{itemId}</td>

              <td>{this.state.inventory[itemId].product}</td>
            </tr>
          ))}
        </tbody>
      </table>
    );
  }
}

Large cases should be handled

In the list above, what would happen if 10,000 items came back from the inventory? In that case, you need some form of pagination or infinite scroll. Be sure to always assess the potential edge cases in terms of volume, especially when it comes to UI programming.

Singular cases should be handled

class MoneyDislay {
  constructor(amount) {
    this.amount = amount;
  }

  render() {
    // What happens if the user has 1 dollar? You can't say plural "dollars"
    return (
      <div className="fancy-class">
        You have {this.amount} dollars in your account
      </div>
    );
  }
}

User input should be limited

Users can potentially input an unlimited amount of data to send to you. It's important to set limits if a function takes any kind of user data in.

router.route('/message').post((req, res) => {
  const message = req.body.content;

  // What happens if the message is many megabytes of data? Do we want to store
  // that in the database? We should set limits on the size.
  db.save(message);
});

Functions should handle unexpected user input

Users will always surprise you with the data they give you. Don't expect that you will always get the right type of data or even any data in a request from a user. And don't rely on client-side validation alone

router.route('/transfer-money').post((req, res) => {
  const amount = req.body.amount;
  const from = user.id;
  const to = req.body.to;

  // What happens if we got a string instead of a number as our amount? This
  // function would fail
  transferMoney(from, to, amount);
});

Security

Data security is the most important aspect of your application. If users can't trust you with their data, then you won't have a business. There are numerous different types of security exploits that can plague an app, depending on the particular language and runtime environment. Below is a very small and incomplete list of common security problems. Don't rely on this alone! Automate as much security review as you can on every commit, and perform routine security audits.

XSS should not be possible

Cross-site scripting (XSS) is one of the largest vectors for security attacks on a web application. It occurs when you take user data and include it in your page without first properly sanitizing it. This can cause your site to execute source code from remote pages.

function getBadges() {
  let badge = document.getElementsByClassName('badge');
  let nameQueryParam = getQueryParams('name');

  /**
   * What if nameQueryParam was `<script>sendCookie(document.cookie)</script>`?
   * If that was the query param, a malicious user could lure a user to click a
   * link with that as the `name` query param, and have the user unknowingly
   * send their data to a bad actor.
   */
  badge.children[0].innerHTML = nameQueryParam;
}

Personally Identifiable Information (PII) should not leak

You bear an enormous weight of responsibility every time you take in user data. If you leak data in URLs, in analytics tracking to third parties, or even expose data to employees that shouldn't have access, you greatly hurt your users and your business. Be careful with other people's lives!

router.route('/bank-user-info').get((req, res) => {
  const name = user.name;
  const id = user.id;
  const socialSecurityNumber = user.ssn;

  // There's no reason to send a socialSecurityNumber back in a query parameter
  // This would be exposed in the URL and potentially to any middleman on the
  // network watching internet traffic
  res.addToQueryParams({
    name,
    id,
    socialSecurityNumber
  });
});

Performance

Functions should use efficient algorithms and data structures

This is different for every particular case, but use your best judgment to see if there are any ways to improve the efficiency of a piece of code. Your users will thank you for the faster speeds!

// If mentions was a hash data structure, you wouldn't need to iterate through
// all mentions to find a user. You could simply return the presence of the
// user key in the mentions hash
function isUserMentionedInComments(mentions, user) {
  let mentioned = false;
  mentions.forEach(mention => {
    if (mention.user === user) {
      mentioned = true;
    }
  });

  return mentioned;
}

Important actions should be logged

Logging helps give metrics about performance and insight into user behavior. Not every action needs to be logged, but decide with your team what makes sense to keep track of for data analytics. And be sure that no personally identifiable information is exposed!

router.route('/request-ride').post((req, res) => {
  const currentLocation = req.body.currentLocation;
  const destination = req.body.destination;

  requestRide(user, currentLocation, destination).then(result => {
    // We should log before and after this block to get a metric for how long
    // this task took, and potentially even what locations were involved in ride
    // ...
  });
});

Testing

New code should be tested

All new code should include a test, whether it fixes a bug, or is a new feature. If it's a bug fix, it should have a test proving that the bug is fixed. And if it's a new feature, then every component should be unit tested and there should be an integration test ensuring that the feature works with the rest of the system.

Tests should actually test all of what the function does

function payEmployeeSalary(employeeId, amount, callback) {
  db.get('EMPLOYEES', employeeId)
    .then(user => {
      return sendMoney(user, amount);
    })
    .then(res => {
      if (callback) {
        callback(res);
      }

      return res;
    });
}

const callback = res => console.log('called', res);
const employee = createFakeEmployee('john jacob jingleheimer schmidt');
const result = payEmployeeSalary(employee.id, 1000, callback);
assert(result.status === enums.SUCCESS);
// What about the callback? That should be tested

Tests should stress edge cases and limits of a function

function dateAddDays(dateTime, day) {
  // ...
}

let dateTime = '1/1/2017';
let date1 = dateAddDays(dateTime, 5);

assert(date1 === '1/6/2017');

// What happens if we add negative days?
// What happens if we add fractional days: 1.2, 8.7, etc.
// What happens if we add 1 billion days?

Miscellaneous

"Everything can be filed under miscellaneous"

George Bernard Shaw

TODO comments should be tracked

TODO comments are great for letting you and your fellow engineers know that something needs to be fixed later. Sometimes you gotta ship code and wait to fix it later. But eventually you'll have to clean it up! That's why you should track it and give a corresponding ID from your issue tracking system so you can schedule it and keep track of where the problem is in your codebase.

Commit messages should be clear and accurately describe new code

We've all written commit messages like "Changed some crap", "damn it", "ugg one more to fix this stupid bug". These are funny and satisfying, but not helpful when you're up on a Saturday morning because you pushed code on a Friday night and can't figure out what the bad code was doing when you git blame the commit. Write commit messages that describe the code accurately, and include a ticket number from your issue tracking system if you have one. That will make searching through your commit log much easier.

The code should do what it's supposed to do

This seems obvious, but most reviewers don't have the time or take the time to manually test every user-facing change. It's important to make sure the business logic of every change is as per design. It's easy to forget that when you're just looking for problems in the code!

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Official Website: https://github.com/ryanmcdermott/code-review-tips 
License: MIT license

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Common Problems to Look for in a Code Review with Developers

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How To Become A Software Engineer In 2022 With JetBrains

Is Software Engineering hard to learn? How can one cope with feeling overwhelmed? Do you need a Computer Science degree to become a Software Engineer?

**Outline**

Introduction - 00:00:00

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How To Become A Software Engineer In 2022 With JetBrains

Ellie Poulson

1649400632

Identifying the Best Web Development Frameworks for Your Business Need

When it comes to choosing the web development frameworks for your business, you want to be sure that you make the right choices. After all, having the proper framework in place can make or break your business. It can mean the difference between success and failure.

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Erna Herzog

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How to Build a Static Content Site With MDX and Next.js Easily

Getting MDX up and running with Next.js has never been easier thanks to Contentlayer: a content toolkit that makes working with content in your Next.js app super easy.

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How to Build a Static Content Site With MDX and Next.js Easily
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What is PHP Framework Symfony? Explained for executives!

Building a site or a web application without any preparation is a complicated and testing issue. It requires time, responsibility, and persistence, as coding is known for its dreary and some of the time repetitive nature. PHP Framework Symfony is something that may very well come to help. Yet, what precisely is Symfony? Or on the other hand structure? Or on the other hand even PHP? Putting priorities straight - we should make a plunge directly into it and find out.

What is PHP Framework Symfony?

What is PHP?

Before we get to Symfony itself, how about we start with PHP. It means "PHP: Hypertext Preprocessor," and it is a programming language most generally used to foster electronic programming applications. Its absolute first form was sent off in 1994, and since that time, PHP has developed into quite possibly the most well known programming language. It oversees dynamic substance, information bases, or meeting following. PHP is generally prestigious for being very flexible because of its astounding capacity to be joined with other programming dialects, like C. It is additionally perceived for strong similarity with information base administration frameworks, as MySQL or SQLite. What's considerably more basic, PHP is open-source programming and allowed to-utilize. To utilize this language all the more productively, it's regularly coordinated with MVC (Model View Controller), which additionally occurs in the PHP Framework Symfony case.

Framework

Since you know what PHP is, we should realize the reason why you could need something like a structure to utilize it. System can be quickly portrayed as a stage that gives nonexclusive, specifically picked functionalities pointed toward assisting engineers with making online tasks or programming. It is like a bunch of devices one could have to fabricate a house. We should contrast a solitary usefulness with a basic mallet. With a structure, you can reuse parts and modules acclimated to your extremely needs again and again, permitting you to save both time and assets. Like utilizing a similar mallet each time you really want it. Without structure functionalities, an engineer would in some cases need to compose a similar base code over and over, henceforth fabricating a mallet each time they need one. It sounds more straightforward with a bunch of apparatuses given by the system, isn't that right? What's significantly handier, you don't have to convey every one of the apparatuses with you constantly. Structure Symfony permits you to pick any arrangement of modules you as of now need to plan your site or application. Or on the other hand, assuming that is what you request, you can convey only one of them. Disregard the plenty of capacities you don't utilize yet find before you. Take just what you really want. Or then again, in the event that you can't track down it, add anything you really want!

Symfony

Presently, what is Symfony finally? It is as yet a somewhat new PHP system and reusable PHP parts supplier. It exists as an organization and a local area of north of 600,000 designers clients from various nations. Furthermore, that is the place where the convenience of Symfony comes from. Because of its adaptability and dynamic local area, it has generally been gathering the most recent patterns. Being accessible under an open-source permit, Symfony can be acclimated to the particular necessities of each and every designer by adding without any help any necessary module of their own. Furthermore, that is definitively the way in which it works. The size and variety of the Symfony people group make similarly different opportunities for each client. All things considered, on the off chance that you can't observe something you really want here, you can constantly add anything specially crafted to your system.

The Model-View-Controller Architecture

To involve PHP Framework Symfony in a more proficient manner, it very well may be organized with MVC design. This represents Model View Controller, and it is an engineering design, which assists you with planning a site or web application in a considerably more organized, layered, and sensible way. It does as such by separating your venture into three pieces:

   - Model, i.e., everything connected with information bases and keeping up with the actual information.
   - View represents parts answerable for introducing information to a client.
   - Regulator, which is a middle between the other two. It associates them by sending information from Model to View, or, all in all, processes        information, refreshing it when required, and makes sense of how it ought to be introduced to the client.

Despite the fact that being a piece complex now and again, MVC permits designers to partition the product into more modest parts and send, keep up with, and test every last one of them independently.

The mix of MVC and PHP establishes a more easy to use climate and works on the method involved with coding. However, Symfony doesn't attach you to MVC. Since everybody's principle objective ought to really be Separation of Concerns, in the event that MVC isn't your own preference for this, it's fine. Symfony permits you to utilize any outsider libraries, like Doctrine or Propel for the Model or Twig for the View.

Why should you use Symfony?

Flexibility of framework

System Symfony doesn't attach a client to every one of its functionalities. All things being equal, it permits us to utilize just the exceptionally required ones. You can pick just the devices you really want without perusing each and every time through most of them. The flexibility of Framework Symfony assists clients with accelerating the speed of work without making it pointlessly perplexing or weighty.

Fast performance

Symfony is viewed as truly outstanding, on the off chance that not exactly amazing, since it doesn't need a great deal of assets to run productively. You can likewise accelerate the presentation, advancing your servers and applications, with an assistance from Symfony support. It very well may be worth focusing on that it likewise consumes less memory while as yet permitting the advancement of applications at rapid.

User-friendly

PHP Framework Symfony is available to a novice and a specialist simultaneously. This was accomplished with proficient help from the organization and a colossal local area, cooperating and fostering the conceivable outcomes of Symfony for each client. That is the reason it's viewed as an agreeable climate in any event, for fledglings.

Expandability of Framework

Utilizing the Symfony structure, you can chip away at an arrangement of packs, every one with its particular usefulness. You can reuse each pack you added and share each and every one with the Symfony people group. This framework permits you to change even the actual center of your system conduct without reconfiguring everything from the beginning.

Innovation

It is usually realized that Symfony will in general pursue the most recent directions. Be that as it may, it comes to considerably further. To work on designers' work, the organization and the local area around it continually look for ways of further developing things. Here and there, even external the PHP world. For instance, Symfony carried out into their PHP climate "reliance infusion." This is a plan design utilized in computer programming, coming from an alternate programming language: Java.

References

Many locales and applications are utilizing and confiding in Symfony as a result of its dependability, maintainability, and similarity among every one of its renditions. The organization offers long haul upheld forms, where the help time frame can endure as long as 3 years. One of the main Symfony clients is Facebook. For instance, the API of Facebook Ads is running on Symfony parts.

Who uses Symfony?

Since practically 79% of all sites use PHP, Framework Symfony frequently comes around as very helpful. Subsequently, various organizations have been or still are profiting from their administrations. For instance, in 2015, Spotify tweeted about utilizing Symfony to oversee very nearly 286 million dynamic clients accounts. Another model is BlaBlaCar, with 87 million records whose systems assisted with making a booking application. A comparable story concerns Trivago. A well known lodging looking at site offers an assortment of functionalities and channels, on account of Symfony. Dailymotion, a real time feature, left its system to utilize a more adaptable and productive Symfony Framework, which is one more illustration of its benefits in commonsense use. An assortment of organizations from various branches do likewise. Other noticeable models are Auchan, BBC News, Sainsbury's Magazine.

Faster and easier way to success

As referenced at the outset, fabricating an application or a site isn't easy. It merits investigating far to help yourself all the while. PHP Framework Symfony is only one of them, however, without a doubt, truly outstanding also. Organizing your PHP programming work with the benefits of Model-View-Controller can save you much time. Utilizing Symfony's Framework and its reusable parts can be similarly basically as financially savvy as time-proficient. All things considered, how could you assemble your sledge at whatever point you can pick your customized set of devices made by a local area of committed engineers?

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What is PHP Framework Symfony? Explained for executives!
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Quicksort Sort Algorithm in Java | Full Tutorial With Source

Quicksort is widely considered the best sorting algorithm out there, but it can be very complicated to learn.
We'll walk through the entire quick sort sorting algorithm step by step, then walk through coding the entire thing in Java.

Source here: https://www.codepile.net/pile/X6lXog6G 

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Quicksort Sort Algorithm in Java | Full Tutorial With Source
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Top Developers

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Top Web Development Companies in Australia

Picking the best web development company for your next dream project is exhaustive as there are such innumerable decisions open keeping watch. We have created a rundown of the absolute best site designers in Australia that deal with result arranged and vigorous site arrangements.

More info: https://topdevelopers.biz/topdeveloper/web-development-companies-australia/

 

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Top Web Development Companies in Australia
Zac Efron

Zac Efron

1646830043

Web Design For a Technology Company

There are many ways to create the best technology website designs, and you'll want to choose a design that's completely unique. This will help you to convey your message in a way that's easily understood by your visitors. Depending on your business, you may want a site that features your products and innovations. You may also want to create a blog about the latest innovations. Regardless of the purpose, there's a tech website design that's perfect for your needs.

Creating a great web design for a technology company is essential to its success. Because technology services include such a diverse range of industries and expertise, choosing the best design is critical. The best technology websites showcase their services on the homepage, with strong customer-facing landing pages. However, don't compromise on accuracy. Feature key metrics and accurate descriptions of your products or services. In this article, we'll explore a few of the best technology website designs.

There are many types of technology websites. There are eCommerce tech sites that cater to consumer buying habits. Another type of technology website is a blog aimed at business people. The design and content of a blog will be very different from that of an eCommerce site. You'll want to create a design that speaks to the needs of your visitors. If you can't differentiate between these two, then you're on the right track.

The best technology website designs will be easily recognizable, and they will give your company a competitive edge. There's a wide range of different technology needs, so finding the right design will ensure that your business is successful. Remember that a good web design will make your business stand out from the rest. With the right combination of colors, design, and content, you'll have a winning and engaging website. The best technology website designs will be able to attract the right type of user and increase its profits.

A technology website should appeal to all users. Consider the age range of your audience. You'll want to keep their needs in mind when choosing the design of your site. You'll need to cater to many different user types. For example, a web design for a tech company should appeal to a wide variety of ages. Using the appropriate color scheme will make your business stand out in the crowd. A good tech website should be easy to navigate, allowing people to navigate through the site.

A great technology website design is easy to navigate. The page will look great on a computer. A well-designed website will be easy to use for people. A simple and attractive design will allow visitors to navigate through the site with ease. A tech website should be highly appealing to visitors. This is an important factor in attracting customers and retaining employees. If you want to attract employees, the website should be appealing to the public. If it doesn't look attractive, the audience will not trust the company or its products.

Whether you're designing a website for a startup or a large corporation, the best technology website designs will reflect these qualities. The design should be aesthetically pleasing and support the brand message. The site should be easy to use, but it should also be informative. The content should be interesting. If visitors aren't interested in what you're selling, it will be difficult for them to trust your company. That's why it's important to make your website look attractive to both readers and business owners.

In addition to the functionality of the website, technology websites must look beautiful. They should be easy to navigate and look great, and they should be appealing to potential clients. They should be easy to read and contain informative content that is easy to understand. By using the best technology website designs, your audience will be more likely to trust your company. And, if it looks good on your computer, your customers will be more likely to trust you.

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Web Design For a Technology Company
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Code Geek

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The Complete DevOps Roadmap 2022 for Beginners

This is the complete DevOps roadmap 2022 for you to get into DevOps and cloud native and be job-ready. I call this - "Success Roadmap 2022" that will help you get jobs in the domain of cloud, DevOps, SRE, Kubernetes, Developer advocacy.

Timestamps:
00:00 Introduction
04:18 Prerequisites
04:20 01. Linux
09:19 02. Networking
11:08 03. YAML
11:34 04. Git
12:47 05. Cloud
16:16 06. Virtualization and Containers
19:23 07. Kubernetes
23:13 08. CI/CD
25:21 09. Infrastructure as Code
26:49 10. Observability
28:33 11. Chaos Engineering
28:57 12. Policy
29:40 13. Service Mesh
30:04 14. Others
30:20 Outro

Below are all the links from the video.

#Prerequisites
Introduction to Linux - https://www.edx.org/course/introduction-to-linux
DevOps Prerequisite (freecodecamp) - https://youtu.be/Wvf0mBNGjXY
CCNA part 1 - https://youtu.be/rv3QK2UquxM
Golang complete course (techworldwithnana) - https://youtu.be/yyUHQIec83I

#YAML
Introduction to YAML - https://youtu.be/1uFVr15xDGg

#git
Git and GitHub crash course  (freecodecamp) - https://youtu.be/RGOj5yH7evk
Complete Git and GitHub Tutorial (Kunal Kushwaha) - https://youtu.be/apGV9Kg7ics
Git for Professionals (freecodecamp)  -https://youtu.be/Uszj_k0DGsg

#cloud
AWS cloud practitioner (freecodecamp) - https://youtu.be/SOTamWNgDKc

#docker
Docker playlist by Saloni - https://youtube.com/playlist?list=PL5uLNcv9SibBZj30yqG01a7A4_MXSyGK3
Docker ((freecodecamp)  - https://youtu.be/9zUHg7xjIqQ
Docker (Techworldwithnana) - https://youtu.be/3c-iBn73dDE
Docker deep dive by Nigel - https://youtu.be/GwXLNAcHk-k
Dockerfile best practices - https://youtu.be/JofsaZ3H1qM
Docker security essentials - https://youtu.be/KINjI1tlo2w
Auditing Docker security - https://youtu.be/mQkVB6KMHCg
Docker in a visual way - https://aurelievache.gumroad.com/l/understanding-docker-visual-way
Ivan container articles - https://iximiuz.com/en/categories/?category=Containers

#Kubernetes
Civo Academy - civo.com/academy
Kubernetes course (techworldwithnana) - https://youtu.be/X48VuDVv0do
Kube academy - https://kube.academy/
Introduction to Kubernetes (edx) - https://www.edx.org/course/introduction-to-kubernetes
KCNA - https://youtu.be/iGkFHB1kFZ0
Hands on CKA/CKAD/CKS - https://youtu.be/jZOs8Oips7Q
Certs Magic show - https://youtube.com/playlist?list=PLj6h78yzYM2MOZst3T8t2qpsdwBpyxWwy
CKS book - https://saiyampathak.gumroad.com/l/cksbook

#CI/CD
Jenkins complete course - https://youtu.be/FX322RVNGj4
Github actions (techworldwithnana) - https://youtu.be/R8_veQiYBjI
GitHub actions with cloud run - https://youtu.be/eooi60Mks_0
CI/CD week - https://youtube.com/playlist?list=PL5uLNcv9SibC0Osfk9Nhf7MgP2UNzZkDR
Get Certified for GitOps with Argo - https://codefresh.learnworlds.com/

#IAC tools
Terrafrom in 2 hours (freecodecamp) - https://youtu.be/SLB_c_ayRMo
Hashicorp terraform accociate certification (freecodecamp) - https://youtu.be/V4waklkBC38
Crossplane CNCFMinutes - https://youtu.be/NLHmqVUvtkU
Crossplane deep dive - https://youtu.be/5lWUWat_bbY
Crossplane composition deepdive - https://youtu.be/78xR7ypzB4Q
Learn pulumi - https://youtu.be/vIjeiDcsR3Q

#Observability
Getting started with Jaeger - https://youtu.be/aMZoUIG-mgY
Getting dirty with Monitoring and Autoscaling Features for Self Managed Kubernetes cluster - https://youtu.be/TqfIfUuuPdE
Intro to Kubernetes monitoring - https://youtu.be/B5UY-qeW96I
Prometheus CNCFMinutes - https://youtu.be/llwxJ0VdYWY
Thanos CNCFMinutes - https://youtu.be/Pr3MbsGHljI
Thanos deep dive - https://youtu.be/nYV_wU7_Xm0

#Chaos engineering
Chaos mesh CNCFMinutes - https://youtu.be/HAU_cjW1bMw
Chaos mesh 2.0 - https://youtu.be/HmQ9cFwxF7g
Litmus CNCFMinutes - https://youtu.be/rDQ9XKbSJIc
Cloud native chaos paradigms - https://youtu.be/uBGPFfTu6TU

#Policy engines
Kyverno CNCFMinutes - https://youtu.be/Bo8KhWhNY6g
Kyverno deep dive - https://youtu.be/QR-iBeh9Vy0
Kyverno courses - https://learn.nirmata.com/courses/
jsPolicy - https://youtu.be/AzPczzKW71A
Kubewarden - https://youtu.be/b14YkyrLFcs
OPA CNCFMinutes - https://youtu.be/49my68py3KY
OPA deep dive - https://youtu.be/J6tM9O-0LvI
Various policy engines for Kubernetes - https://youtu.be/gKQOq7904h8
Styra Academy - https://academy.styra.com/courses/opa-rego

#Servicemesh
Introduction to Service mesh with Linkerd  - https://www.edx.org/course/introduction-to-service-mesh-with-linkerd

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The Complete DevOps Roadmap 2022 for Beginners

ASP. Net Development Services Company in India | World Web Technology

Develop robust & feature-rich websites & web-apps with ASP.Net platform. Hire ASP.Net developers from World Web Technology Pvt. Ltd. - a top-rated ASP.Net development company in India.

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ASP. Net Development Services Company in India | World Web Technology
Kattie  Quitzon

Kattie Quitzon

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How to Create Structural Directives in Angular

With this video tutorial, I would like to start a video series dedicated to structural directives in Angular. This kind of directive is a very powerful tool that allows you to manipulate with DOM elements and reshare that logic across your Angular application. From this video, you will learn how to create a custom structural directive and how to make your directive configurable by using a special micro syntax designed specifically for this kind of directive. I am quite sure that you will learn something cool today, so stay tuned, subscribe and enjoy the video!

🕒 Time Codes:
00:00:00 - Intro;
00:00:38 - Basic Structural Directive implementation;
00:15:51 - Outro;

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How to Create Structural Directives in Angular
Kattie  Quitzon

Kattie Quitzon

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Hot vs Cold Observable in RxJs (2021)

Most probably you have already heard about Hot & Cold Observable, most probably you are already using them but you don't know it. But what is the difference between them? This is what we will try to figure out in this video. Enjoy!

🕒 Time Codes:
00:00:00 - Intro;
00:00:31 - Definition of Hot & Cold Observables;
00:01:38 - Explenation by building Separate Operator;
00:11:00 - How to use it in real projects;
00:14:27 - Outro.

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Hot vs Cold Observable in RxJs (2021)