Tags: CI

Continuous Integration: CircleCI vs Travis CI vs Jenkins

CI definition and its main goal Continuous Integration (CI) is a software development practice that is based on a frequent integration of the code into a shared repository. Each check-in is then verified by an automated build. The main goal of continuous integration is to identify the problems that...
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Set Up a Simple CI Pipeline to Build Docker Images for ARM

Recently I did an experiment: Can we build Docker images for ARM on ordinary cloud CI services that only provide Intel CPU’s? The idea was to get rid of self hosted CI build agents that you have to care for. If you want to provide an ARM Docker image for an open source project your task is to build...
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Continuous Delivery of a Microservice Architecture using Concourse.ci, Cloud Foundry and Artifactory

This comprehensive tutorial takes a simple microservice architecture and explains how to setup a concourse pipeline in order to test and deploy single microservices independently without affecting the overall microservice system. Cloud Foundry will be used as a platform to which the microservices...
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Containers in Production – Is Security a Barrier? A Dataset from Anchore

Over the last week we have had the opportunity to work with an interesting set of data collected by Anchore (full disclosure: Anchore is a RedMonk client). Anchore collected this data by means of a user survey ran in conjunction with DevOps.com. While the number of respondents is relatively small,...
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