Tag: Continuous delivery
How to mitigate Low-Code security risks
Posted on March 25, 2021, Level beginner Resource Length long
Gartner predicts that by the end of 2025, over 65% of development projects will use low-code builders. The field of low-code continues to expand. But what security implications does low-code introduce? By Bill Doerrfel.
Software architecture diagrams - which tool should we use?
Posted on January 2, 2021, Level intermediate Resource Length medium
"Which diagramming tool should we use?" - I hear this question on a regular basis, with teams debating the pros and cons of tools such as PlantUML vs Mermaid, for example. By Simon Brown.
Using GitHub container registry in practice
Posted on January 1, 2021, Level beginner Resource Length medium
Exploring the new capabilities of GitHub Container Registry. Did you know that GitHub has launched the new GitHub Container Registry September 2020? By Kasun Rajapakse.
How to optimize large scale serverless applications for operational excellence
Posted on December 25, 2020, Level intermediate Resource Length long
Managing applications at scale often comes up as one of the biggest concerns for businesses; How can it work smoothly? How do we monitor so many resources? By Taavi Rehemägi.
How to write terraform, but with typescript
Posted on November 9, 2020, Level intermediate Resource Length short
Ever wished you could just use typescript to write your infrastructure? You may or may not have heard about the release of the terraform cdk (short for cloud development kit). By Julian Krispel-Samsel.
DevSecOps – Dynamic analysis DAST with OWASP ZAP and Jenkins
Posted on November 8, 2020, Level intermediate Resource Length long
Dynamic Application Security Testing (DAST) also called Black Box Testing is a testing practice that will test the application by executing your web application. As we know, In SAST, a Web application will be tested inside the application which doesn't even require that the application should be running. By Prabhu Vignesh Kumar Rajagopal.
Be effective with Bitrise CI for Android — the lessons learned the hard way
Posted on October 28, 2020, Level intermediate Resource Length long
I'm pretty sure we can all agree on how CI tools support our day to day effectiveness. How they might save dozens of hours spent on non-essential tasks. Yet, it's common to present CI tools as a hassle; slow, bulky, and unreliable pipelines bloated with chaotic events instead of fast, maintainable feedback loop configured to support both product quality and team flexibility. By Maciej Malak.
Building modern CI/CD workflows for serverless applications with Red Hat OpenShift Pipelines and Argo
Posted on October 13, 2020, Level intermediate Resource Length long
GitOps practices support continuous delivery in hybrid, multi-cluster Kubernetes environments. In this two-part article, we'll build a CI/CD workflow that demonstrates the potential of combining Tekton and GitOps. You'll also be introduced to Red Hat OpenShift Serverless, as we'll use Knative service resources in our CI/CD workflow. By David Sancho.
Helm 3 umbrella charts & standalone chart image tags — alternative approach
Posted on October 13, 2020, Level intermediate Resource Length medium
Helm umbrella charts, for those who aren't familiar, describe and encapsulate a deployable collection of loosely couple Kubernetes components as a higher-order Helm chart. A collection of software elements that each have their own individual charts but, for whatever reason (e.g. design choices, ease of deployability, versioning complexities), must be installed or upgraded as a since atomic unit. By Christopher Parker, MSc.
A CD pipeline on GKE with Argocd and Keel
Posted on October 1, 2020, Level intermediate Resource Length short
An article describing how to use argoCD as a tool in your CD pipeline for the GKE clusters. You can use keel alongside argoCD to complement it. By Nico.
How autoscaling GitLab CI works on AWS Fargate
Posted on August 24, 2020, Level intermediate Resource Length medium
Run your CI jobs as AWS Fargate tasks with GitLab Runner and the Fargate Driver. Autoscaling GitLab Runner is a unique value proposition for teams that run their self-managed build agents on cloud-hosted virtual machines. By Darren Eastman.
Enhancing Red Hat OpenShift with hardware cryptography
Posted on July 23, 2020, Level intermediate Resource Length medium
The purpose of the blog is to introduce you to incorporating high assurance cryptographic security with hardware security modules (HSMs) into your Red Hat OpenShift projects. Since this might be new territory for some in the developer community, author will take a moment to explain what an HSM is. By Oli-Wade.