News Category: DevOps

ONUG Hopes to Nudge Networks Toward Real Interoperability

For all the complexity underlying software-defined networking (SDN) — the shift to a DevOps culture, the ending of siloed organizational habits — one recurring gripe is that all these “open” and “standards-based” networking products don’t operate cleanly with one another. It’s an old complaint in...
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DevOps and Sharing

Right now I hold the hilarious title of “DevOps Heroine” at Acrolinx. For non-native English speakers: a heroine is a female hero. I started working at Acrolinx in the beginning of this year. Earlier I was a junior software engineer at a small Polish company called Three of Coins. Three of Coins is...
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Avoiding Common Hang-ups in DevOps Pipelines

While many federal agencies have begun adopting a DevOps approach to software development, some are still struggling to develop proper DevOps pipelines. This is not surprising; getting a basic continuous integration (CI) and continuous delivery (CD) process to work correctly is difficult and takes...
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Jenkins Security Patches Could Break Plug-ins

Popular open source automation server Jenkins has fixed multiple security vulnerabilities. The latest version changes how plug-ins use build parameters, though, so developers will need to adapt to the new process.  The vulnerabilities affect all previous releases, including the mainline releases up...
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From Containers to Container Orchestration

The Docker platform and surrounding ecosystem contain many tools to manage the lifecycle of a container. Just one example, Docker Command Line Interface (CLI) supports the following container activities: Pulling a repository from the registry. Running the container and optionally attaching a...
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An In-Depth Guide to Turning a Product Into an Open Source Project

One occasionally runs into a company trying to build an open source project out of an existing product. This is a nuanced problem. This is not a company that owns a project published under an open source license trying to also ship a product of the same name (e.g. Docker, MySQL), but the situation...
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ApacheCon North America and Apache Big Data take place May 9-13, 2016 in Vancouver, Canada.
Watch the livestream of ApacheCon North America and Apache Big Data May 9-13, 2016.

Watch Live Keynote From Hadoop Creator Doug Cutting at Apache Big Data Today

Apache: Big Data and ApacheCon take place this week, May 9 - 13, in Vancouver, B.C., and The Linux Foundation is streaming the keynotes live for those who can't attend. Apache: Big Data gathers the Apache projects, people and technologies working in Big Data and is the only event that brings...
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Real World Microservices: When Services Stop Playing Well and Start Getting Real

Microservices allow engineering teams to move quickly to grow a product… assuming they don’t get bogged down by the complexity of operating a distributed system. In this post, I’ll show you how some of the hardest operational problems in microservices—staging and canarying of deep services—can be...
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What Does DevOps 2.0 Look Like?

In 2008, Patrick Debois laid the foundations for DevOps at an Agile conference in Toronto.  He was trying to come up with a solution for the inherent conflicts between developers and system admins.   Both disciplines seemed to be at odds: developers wanted to release software more frequently, but...
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Integrating Docker Hub In Your Application Build Process

This tutorial will be the first in a series that will help you create continuous integration and deployment (CI/CD) pipelines for your applications. CI/CD are vital in an Agile organization. We are going to discover how the addition of Docker tools in our toolkit can greatly improve application...
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