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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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Docker Desktop Enterprise is the best feature of Docker Enterprise 3.0. Here’s why.

Docker released Enterprise 3.0, and Docker Desktop Enterprise is the big new thing in this release. Docker Desktop Enterprise, or DDE, extends the Docker Enterprise container platform to the developer's system...

Why Security Shift Left makes sense

DevOps has become a popular way of ‘shifting left’ infrastructure, making it easily consumable, in a self-service manner for developers. Tools like HashiCorp Terraform automate public cloud resource consumption and make...
Containers Today 2019 recap by Wiebe de Roos

Containers Today 2019 recap by Wiebe de Roos

Containers Today recap by Wiebe de Roos - Containers Today 2019 has just ended. Hope you were there, just like me. This one-day event took place on June 27th in The...
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Deploying a LAMP Stack with Terraform – Databases & Webservers

In this the second part of the LAMP Stack deployment with Terraform, we run thought the code that delivers the active parts of the environment namely the Web Server and the Datebase environment.
Clean up your unused cloud resources to reduce your cloud bill

Clean up your unused cloud resources to reduce your cloud bill

Developers can and will utilize whatever resources cloud providers offer in simple ways. Infrastructure components can be setup in a matter of minutes. Creating and using cloud resources can quickly get...
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Moving from Ops to DevOps: a 9-step saga

We all know about the DevOps revolution, a lot of us have read the Phoenix Project and the new book the Unicorn Project by Gene Kim and friends. Two books about...
Not running containers in production is a risk. Here’s why

Not running containers in production is a risk. Here’s why

Two simple questions to start your working day with: How many VMs do you use in production to host your applications? How many containers do you run in production? If you do...
Containers as artifacts the container lifecycle at scale

Containers as artifacts: the container lifecycle at scale

Nowadays, containers are booming. More and more companies are moving away from Virtual Machines every day. Companies follow the trend to package their applications into containers, they clearly see the business...

Refactoring helps DevOps initiatives in your organization

Every developer can give you examples of applications of which the code base is like spaghetti code. Plenty of reasons why an application might end up in such a situation. Often,...
Learn to fail or fail to learn

Learn to fail or fail to learn

There are a lot of websites dedicated to DevOps nowadays. The topic is trending,  it is being highlighted in a lot of talks at webinars and conferences all around the world....
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