Category: CI/CD

CI/CD - DevOps - Productivity

5 Test Steps Every CI/CD Pipeline Must Have

One way to build applications and consistently deliver high-quality software updates and changes to your users is to implement a CI/CD pipeline. CI/CD stands for Continuous Integration and Continuous Delivery. Continuous Integration (CI) implements small changes and frequently checks in code version control repositories by pushing development teams through a coding philosophy and set of…

CI/CD - Managed Cloud Services - Productivity

DevOps challenges every B2B SaaS must overcome to succeed: Productivity through CI/CD

Managing B2B Software As A Service (SaaS) products has never been faster or easier. But organizations working with big brands or regulated industries may still be navigating various challenges to do so properly. One of those challenges is most likely productivity. If an organization’s productivity is consistently not up to par, the software pipelines may…

Availability & Scalability - CI/CD - DevOps - Infrastructure as Code

An Important Part of Cloud Migrations: Testing People

Probably we all understand that any migration should be preceded by simulations in order to provide the best possible opportunity for success. What is often missed or underestimated, however, is the importance of including people in this process.

Automation - CI/CD - Cost Optimization - DevOps - General - Kubernetes

Reducing costs by leveraging GKE Optimizations and GCP Preemptible VMs

In this article we will show an example of how the thought process works when we tackle the resource optimization problem. First, let’s address what is Kubernetes: Kubernetes is the world’s most popular container orchestration tool; it’s an open-source system for automating deployment, scaling, and management of containerized applications. Nowadays, all major public-cloud providers offer…

CI/CD - DevOps - Infrastructure as Code - Productivity

Continuous Delivery Pipelines for Infrastructure Code

Pipelines are not for application code only. Continuous Delivery matters. In modern application and infrastructure management, programmers and sysadmins not only work purely in application code but also in terms of infrastructure code. The latter includes all the code that deploys the essentials needed to run your application: cloud resources (ie. instances, DBs), operating system…