Java in the Cloud: Continuous Integration Setup Tutorial

Source:- whatmatrix.com Year after year, we bear witness to the increasingly rapid evolution of the IT industry. It has now been more than two decades since the groundbreaking slogan ”Write once, run anywhere“ set a whole new level of expectation for the software development community. And here we are today, with a resulting, ever-expanding set of tools that have collectively taken Java development in particular, and software development in general, to a whole new universe of possibility. Methodologies such as

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Jenkins gets new pipeline feature, sees increase in usage

Source:- sdtimes.com Jenkins saw a surge of growth in 2016. The Jenkins project, a community behind Jenkins, has released results from its 2016 Community Survey that show the open-source automation server saw an increase in usage across organizations already using Jenkins, organizations new to Jenkins, and organizations implementing Continuous Delivery. “As an ever-increasing number of teams implement DevOps, we are seeing them naturally turn to Jenkins as the de facto business-critical solution for Continuous Integration and Continuous Delivery,” said Sacha

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Agile Is King, But Continuous Integration Is An Elusive Goal

Source:- informationweek.com When it comes to enterprise software development, agile is in, and continuous integration is deemed a worthy goal. Many organizations report that they have adopted some form of agile development. Continuous integration, on the other hand, where frequent application updates are meshed with production systems, remains a goal that’s growing in popularity but implemented by only a few. Those were some of the key responses of of 732 software professionals who participated in a recent survey, Testing Trends In

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Development problem solving, the LinkedIn way

Source:- techtarget.com For those wondering what it’s like to be on a 3×3 mobile release schedule, look no further than LinkedIn which has 3 releases a day and a plan to never let code be older than 3 hours before committing to it. Even if your company is the size of LinkedIn, that’s a big enchilada to get through daily and for it to happen everything — including testing — has to move along like clockwork. But even with these

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Continuous Deployment to Google Cloud Platform with Drone

Source:- nytimes.com Over the course of the last year, the software development teams at The New York Times have been evaluating Google Cloud Platform for use in some of our future projects. To do this, we’ve surveyed a wide variety of software management techniques and tools, and we’ve explored how we might standardize building, testing and deploying our systems on GCP. Our newly formed Delivery and Site Reliability Engineering team came up with two methods of deployment with Google Container

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How It’s Made: A Continuous Delivery Pipeline

Source – internetvideo.sys-con.com Software delivery was once specific to the IT industry. Now, Continuous Delivery pipelines are used around world from e-commerce to airline software. Building a software delivery pipeline once involved hours of scripting and manual steps – a process that’s painful, if not impossible, to scale. However Continuous Delivery with Application Release Automation tools offers a scripting-free, automated experience. Continuous Delivery pipelines are immensely powerful for the modern enterprise, boosting production and even customer satisfaction. Getting Started: Measure

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Continuous Integration and Continuous Delivery

Source : 126kr.com/ week we are highlighting the most talked about issues from the Flux7 blog in 2016. While new AWS services are always being announced, sometimes making it hard to keep up, we found that a lot of discussion revolved around process management and how to best use new features and tools to streamline DevOps processes like continuous integration and continuous delivery (CI/CD). As we all know CI/CD is a key tenet of successful DevOps with automation playing a starring

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