Posts Tagged ‘DevOps’

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Introducing Our Container-Native Modernization Suite for ROSA

As a launch partner for Red Hat OpenShift Service on AWS (ROSA), we’ve developed a DevOps-in-a-box reference architecture and Kubernetes-based implementation for rapid application modernization. Kubernetes is an open-source container orchestration platform that automates many of the manual processes involved in deploying, managing, and scaling containerized applications. This means you can cluster together groups of […]

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GitHub Code Migration Using DevOps Automation

Migration from one code management system to another is a non-trivial exercise.  Most of the time the team wishes to maintain code history, branch structure, team permissions, and integrations. This blog post investigates one such migration from Bitbucket to GitHub for a large health maintenance organization. Due to growth and acquisition over time, the organization […]

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SXA Themes: How to deploy themes with Azure DevOps and Unicorn

When Sitecore Experience Accelerator (SXA) was launched, it was a real game-changer for the rapid implementation of Sitecore sites and for marketers wanting more freedom and control over creating content and campaign pages. SXA Themes also allow sites to share a standard site layout while making sure that the site has the right look and […]

Perficient Names Five Area Vice Presidents, Expands Executive Leadership Team

Perficient is proud to announce the appointment of Vishal Rajpal, Glenn Kline, Prakash Chembai, Mary-Beth Ostasz, and Jason Hudnall as Area Vice Presidents (AVP). The expanded executive leadership team will drive continued growth and operational excellence across Perficient while delivering superior solutions for clients. “As Perficient continues to grow, we’re thrilled to broaden our executive […]

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The Missing Guide to Your Adobe Managed Services Servers

Working with Adobe Managed Services (AMS) I’ve wished I had a guide to the common activities I need to log into a server to perform. Here is a quick starter to help you find your way around the servers provisioned by Adobe Managed Services. Since I can’t guarantee AMS environments are consistent (and checking with […]

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Configuring Your Own GitLab Instance

GitLab Introduction: GitLab CE, or Community Edition, is an open-source application primarily used to host Git repositories, with additional development-related features like issue tracking. It is designed to be hosted using your own infrastructure. It provides flexibility in deploying as an internal repository store for your development team, a free way to interface with users, […]

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. […]

Add the Google Shipping Address Autocomplete Feature in Insite Commerce

Shipping address is a very important data point in online shopping, which is why improving the shopping cart experience with an address autocomplete feature is becoming more common on ecommerce websites. Adding the Google Places Autocomplete API to your online store’s checkout workflow can increase conversion rates, decrease abandoned shopping carts, and result in 20% […]

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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DevSecOps – Blue/Green Deployment Pattern

Blue/Green Deployment Pattern The goal of any software development program is to release system changes into production.  There are many ways to safely and securely deploy software into a production environment.  In most cases these patterns follow a similar strategy of limiting exposure of the released software changes to the overall user audience.  This is […]

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Powering Your Infrastructure With Openshift on AWS

The following is the first in a series of blogs about how deploying Red Hat OpenShift on Amazon Web Services cloud platform can transform your business. In this first blog, we’re going to break down the benefits OpenShift on AWS has to offer. To optimize performance, enterprises need robust cloud solutions that cater to their […]

Why Containers and Solutions Like Azure Red Hat OpenShift Help Power Innovation

The following is the second in a series of blogs about how innovation is necessary for businesses – and how Azure Red Hat OpenShift, a managed offering from Microsoft and Red Hat, enables that innovation. In this second blog, we’re going to go further in-depth about how applications have changed and why containers – and […]

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