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The Linux Foundation Launches Continuous Delivery Foundation

The Linux Foundation announced it will provide the home base for a vendor-neutral Continuous Delivery Foundation (CDF) committed to making it easier to build and reuse DevOps pipelines across multiple continuous integration/continuous delivery (CI/CD) platforms. The first projects to be hosted...
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SQL is No Excuse to Avoid DevOps

A friend recently said to me, "We can't do DevOps, we use a SQL database." I nearly fell off my chair. Such a statement is wrong on many levels. "But you don't understand our situation!" he rebuffed. "DevOps means we'll be deploying new releases of our software more frequently! We can barely handle...
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7 CI/CD Tools for Sysadmins

Continuous integration, continuous delivery, and continuous deployment (CI/CD) have all existed in the developer community for many years. Some organizations have involved their operations counterparts, but many haven't. For most organizations, it's imperative for their operations teams to become...
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Taming the Rate of Change

Change frequency is an indicator of time to create business value. In order to create value in a given amount of time, you need to be able to release your code a certain number of times and learn from those changes. The less frequently you release, the longer it can take to create value. Increase...
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Kenzan kr8sswordz
In the final part of this series, we will set up CI/CD hooks for the Kr8sswordz Puzzle app.

Set Up CI/CD for a Distributed Crossword Puzzle App on Kubernetes (Part 4)

Part 3 had us running our Kr8sswordz Puzzle app, spinning up multiple instances for a load test, and watching Kubernetes gracefully balance numerous requests across the cluster. Though we set up Jenkins for use with our Hello-Kenzan app in Part 2, we have yet to set up CI/CD hooks for the...
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crossword app
In this third installment of our series, we get to the main event: running our Kr8sswordz Puzzle application.

Run and Scale a Distributed Crossword Puzzle App with CI/CD on Kubernetes (Part 3)

In Part 2 of our series, we deployed a Jenkins pod into our Kubernetes cluster, and used Jenkins to set up a CI/CD pipeline that automated building and deploying our containerized Hello-Kenzan application in Kubernetes. In Part 3, we are going to set aside the Hello-Kenzan application and get to...
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Kenzan pipeline
Part 2 of this series lays the last bit of infrastructure needed to run our Kr8sswordz Puzzle application.

Set Up a CI/CD Pipeline with a Jenkins Pod in Kubernetes (Part 2)

In Part 1 of our series, we got our local Kubernetes cluster up and running with Docker, Minikube, and kubectl. We set up an image repository, and tried building, pushing, and deploying a container image with code changes we made to the Hello-Kenzan app. It’s now time to automate this process. In...
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Linkerd 2.0: Service Ops for You and Me

In a microservices environment the service owner writes the code as well as increasingly is also responsible for keeping the service(s) they wrote up and running. We call that, very fittingly, service ops. To me, the service ops idea is really a kind of a subset of the appops moniker I’m...
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Understanding the Difference Between CI and CD

There is a lot of information out there regarding Continuous Integration (CI) and Continuous Delivery (CD). Multiple blog posts attempt to explain in technical terms what these methodologies do and how they can help your organization. Unfortunately, in several cases, both methodologies are usually...
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What is CI/CD?

Continuous integration (CI) and continuous delivery (CD) are extremely common terms used when talking about producing software. But what do they really mean? In this article, I'll explain the meaning and significance behind these and related terms, such as continuous testing and continuous...
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