Posts Tagged ‘development’

5 Simple Commands to Manage Your AWS EC2 Instances Using the CLI

I have a lab environment in Amazon Web Services (AWS) that consists of four small EC2 instances. When I’m not using the lab, I shut the instances down and then start them up when I need them. When I do this, they get new public IP addresses, and I need to know those addresses in […]

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Using Health Checks in Red Hat OpenShift 4.5

Health checks are an important part of containerized application deployments in Red Hat OpenShift. In OpenShift 4.5, Red Hat added startup probes as a third option besides readiness and liveness probes. Also, it brought the configuration of these checks back to the web interface, making it easier for developers. In this article, I’ll describe the […]

Set Up Your Salesforce DX Environment

The Salesforce Developer Experience (DX) is a set of tools that streamlines the entire development lifecycle. It improves team development and collaboration, facilitates automated testing and continuous integration, and makes the release cycle more efficient and agile. In this blog, we are going to see why and how to set up a Salesforce Environment on […]

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Taking Red Hat Certification Exams Remotely

Red Hat certifications are an excellent way for IT professionals to validate their mastery of Red Hat products. Professionals with Red Hat certifications are in demand because the Red Hat certification process involves a rigorous, hands-on evaluation of Red Hat technologies. Traditionally, these exams took place at designated testing facilities or as part of in-person […]

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Managing Workloads with Infrastructure Nodes

One of the many benefits of using Red Hat OpenShift to manage your container workloads is the flexibility it provides to distribute and/or isolate workloads. There are many scenarios around this, but one that I like to regularly use when deploying a cluster is creating dedicated infrastructure nodes, and then moving the router function onto […]

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An Introduction to Lightning Web Components

In Salesforce, Lightning Web Components (LWC) are a revolutionary change in the lightning platform programming paradigm. If you are new to Lightning Platform and you have been developing solutions outside of Salesforce with the help of HTML and JavaScript, then you will find LWC is a piece of cake. In this blog, we will be […]

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An Inside Look at Managed Clusters

Spend a few minutes with one of our Red Hat technical experts, Matthieu Rethers, as he discusses the advantages and disadvantages of managed clusters, as well as differences between them on various cloud platforms, when you should use them, alternatives to managed clusters, and how Red Hat OpenShift fits into the picture. When should developers […]

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Assess Your Red Hat Skills

Are you looking to advance your Red Hat technical skills but aren’t sure what courses to take? Assess your skills today with a free Red Hat Skills Assessment. There are 17 training assessments available for everything from Red Had Enterprise Linux and security to OpenShift and microservices. You can take an individual assessment to evaluate […]

Don’t Miss Out on DevOps World 2020

DevOps World by CloudBees brings together thought leaders, practitioners, project contributors, and the entire DevOps ecosystem into one global, virtual event. By attending, you’ll have the opportunity to learn, explore, and help transform the future of software development and delivery. The event takes place Sept. 22-24, with a day of hands-on workshops on Sept. 25. […]

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Considering Accessibility in Web Design: What You Can Do To Make Your Design Accessible

Since 1991, when the first website was introduced, websites have evolved from being purely content driven to becoming increasingly focused on their visual experience. While there is no argument that having a clean, cool, professional-looking, website is important it isn’t everything, especially when it comes to Accessibility. There is a popular misconception that implementing accessible […]

A Look at DevOps in 2020: Sonatype’s Community Survey

DevOps teams routinely deal with the most sensitive needs of an organization: security, governance, and compliance. However, not every organization is on the same page when it comes to DevOps, which can leave developers feeling overwhelmed and overworked. Sonatype recently released findings from its seventh annual DevOps Community Survey that examines the differences between mature […]

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Keep Your Fish Warm: Event-Driven Architecture on OpenShift

Typically, the idea of container orchestration is associated with DevOps, and while IT departments have quickly adopted the tech for OPS, the development part has been misunderstood and underrated. With the array of OpenShift tools at a developers’ disposal, it’s time to deliver on the premise of DevOps and bring power back to the developers. […]

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