Posts Tagged ‘continuous integration’

Container-Based CI/CD with CloudBees Core on Kubernetes

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 […]

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An Outsider’s Recommendations for Adobe Managed Services

I’ll start this by saying imagination is easy, execution is difficult. Having worked with and observed Adobe Managed Services (AMS), it’s pretty clear that Adobe has a particular customer need in mind. Based on my experience, I’ve brainstormed a few recommendations for Adobe Managed Services that would help meet the needs of all customers. Adobe’s […]

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CICD Toolset – A Quick Comparison

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 […]

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How to easily upload a file to a random VM using Selenium GRID

Cloud-based Test Automation “The worldwide public cloud services market is projected to grow 21.4 percent in 2018 to total $186.4 billion, up from $153.5 billion in 2017,” according to Gartner, Inc. Considering this fact, I reckon the Cloud-based Test Automation is behind. Relatively recently, this type of testing has garnered so much attention over those normally delivered legacy […]

5 Frequently Asked Questions on Microservices

A microservices approach to integration is becoming increasingly popular. Most companies are either considering the move or have already begun a technological overhaul. Microservices are key enablers of the scalability and agility that many organizations are looking to achieve with their digital transformation. However, they also come with a lot of questions – and challenges. […]

Automating Docker Image builds

Why automate? Similar to any other automation, we get consistent results once we have automation in place. It speeds up the development process. You can produce the same result by following the same steps, so there is less of a change that it will work sometimes and not work other times. What is required to […]

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Clearing AEM’s JSP Cache in your Jenkins Build

AEM really likes caching you compiled JSPs. This can be a problem as you are developing code, especially when working on dependencies. Every so often you may forget to include a dependency in a bundle or include the wrong version. Because of AEM’s JSP caching, even after fixing your dependency, you may see something like […]

Continuous Integration and Continuous Delivery with CA API Gateway and Jenkins

Many companies are modernizing their systems as part of mobilization and digitization of the business. DevOps concepts are being employed to increase the delivery velocity of modern applications to the business. With DevOps it is critical to automate all aspects of deploying new software features. The time required for manual steps adds up and defeats […]

Overview of Java Continuous Integration and Release Management

There are as many ways to versioning, building, continuous integration and release management as there are development shops, however there are some best practices and luckily these best practices also have tool support. First the players Versioning Handles the source code versions, also includes branching. Could be an old one like CVS or a newer […]

Continuous Integration in the Analytics Project

Continuous Integration in the Analytics Project

Many people may have known that Continuous Integration (CI), Continuous Delivery (CD) is great part of the agile activity. In the Java related project, there were lots of open source tool such as Hudson, Continuum, Jenkins etc to support this automation process. However, if you are going to look for some tools to support the […]

Sitecore with Slow Cheetah and Web Deploy

When you combine Slow Cheetah with Web Deploy in a Sitecore solution you get the benefits of quick deployments with the ability to store any custom code and configuration in your source control. Slow Cheetah brings xml transformations to Sitecore so you only specify the differences between configuration files and can store every environment’s configuration […]

Setting up Jenkins with Git repository

This post introduces you the steps to setup Jenkins (Continuous Integration Server) with Git repository.

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