Getting to Know Jenkins CI/CD is an imperative for software development organizations in today’s multiplatform, multi-cloud world. As far as CI/CD platforms go, Jenkins was one of the first and remains one of the most popular options. Jenkins is lightweight, easy, and extensible. The multitude of plugins available make the platform endlessly customizable and adaptable […]
CICD tools – Comparison The term CICD is vast and implementation is challenging because of the options available as open source as well as licensed products. Here we try to explore the features of CI tools and some of the features to consider while implementing so that tools can “integrate” smoothly. There are “n” number […]
Managing your DevOps strategies can be a bit tricky – from builds and releases to the tools you need to be successful, navigating Sitecore can sometimes require a guide along the path. This post explores Team Development for Sitecore and Sitecore Ship as tools to drive DevOps automation in Sitecore.
The healthcare industry has undergone a series of recent changes driven by healthcare reform and evolving consumer expectations. In response to these changes, a leading health insurance organization needed to find ways to continue growing within the industry. Specifically, it sought a modern application platform to help drive innovation and improve the velocity of application […]
IBM released a new version of FileNet Content Manager, version 5.5, and will end support for all previous versions. Users will need to either upgrade their ECM infrastructure by April 30, 2019, purchase extended support, or risk losing support. You may be thinking, “That’s a little less than a year away. I’ve got time.” But […]
Mobile The Marketing Cloud will support mobile app assets. It’s part of the unified digital assets services within the cloud. This new functionality lets you connect Phone Gap apps to the apps that are in the Marketing Cloud Showed the list of Audi apps Showed the Audi car configurator app which allowed the presenter to […]
If you took a poll of the mobile development teams out there, odds are that most of the teams are using some form of Agile development methodology practice. One of the reasons is that the concept of Agile sprints fit very well into the update model that the mobile app market has defined. The sprints, […]