Reading time: 3 minutes We are back from Google Cloud Next 2019 in San Francisco. The dust after the conference is already settled, so it’s time for a short summary and the latest news from the market. In this post I will share with you what seem to me the most important and promising topics in the field of cloud technologies. A+ for Anthos The Opening Keynote was a key point of Day 1 and attracted the attention of all […]
Category: Cloud DevOps
5 minutes read The CI/CD paradigm of software development is hyped as the next step in designing a software system that needs to deliver results. The term itself may be a bit foggy, especially as there is more than one way to understand just what is meant by the acronym. CI/CD stands for Continuous Integration (CI) and Continuous Deployment or Continuous Delivery (CD). Although the basics are relatively similar, there are fundamental […]
Reading time: 5 minutes This story comes with everything one needs to tell the perfect noir detective story. There’s an investigation, a mysterious victim and a silent psycho mass-murderer. Only the setting is changed, with Kubernetes clusters instead of Victorian era London and the Codilime team smoking Sherlock Holmes’ pipe. So pour yourself some whiskey, light up a cigar and enjoy your reading! The scene Kubernetes is […]
Reading time: 6 minutes This post is a follow-up to our presentation at the OpenStack Summit in Berlin, where we discussed maintaining a unified CI and building pipelines using the open source CI system, Zuul. You’ll find a recording of the talk here and a related OpenStack Superuser writeup here. I thought it would be useful for some of you to expand the concept of unifying environments and to include also the development one. I will also explain why […]
Compared to its previous version, Zuul v3 brings a lot of fresh ideas and solutions forged by the almost extreme needs of OpenStack.
When a company’s core business is delivering software, the tools it chooses to use are crucial to maintaining efficiency. Thus there is no reason to deliver CI/CD software in a model other than CI/CD.
The problem with aging software and legacy apps afflicts every industry, from banking to insurance to telecommunications.