Posts Tagged ‘DevOps’

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Top 3 Reasons for a QA Environment

Imagine as a Quality Analyst, you begin your day of testing. You log into Sitecore Content Editor, create a page, name it, and open it in Experience Editor but receive a white screen “Our Services are unavailable.” You investigate and see a deployment happening to your environment, which is DEV. All this has taken 10 […]

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Salesforce Spring ’23 Release Highlights

Salesforce Spring’23 Release Highlights & Quick Summary On the 06th of January 2023, Sandboxes will be upgraded, and as a result, your organization/Environments will get the latest updates/features of the Spring’23 release. Spring ’23 Pre-Release Org – Register today for early access to the brand-new features. Sign up, and we’ll send login information for your new Spring ’23 trial account. – […]

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Introduction to Copado in Salesforce

Copado Salesforce is a Premier Deployment and Release Management System that enables us to provide improved visibility and traceability of our Salesforce org. It also enables us to manage mistakes more effectively. Copado Salesforce provides the numerous tools and procedures that assist us in uniting all of these departments while also working in tandem to […]

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Sitecore Website Performance Guide – Part 1

Welcome to my series on Sitecore Website Performance. This series will outline the key metrics and tools used to track website performance as well as specific recommendations to improve page speed within Sitecore.  In Part 1 we will review how to test website performance and how we get the most accurate results. What is the […]

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AEM Author Notifications Made Easy

The life cycle of an AEM implementation involves code development and deployment, content authoring, server maintenance, AEM Service Pack upgrades, and rare disaster recovery. DevOps operation involves meticulous planning and execution. One of the planning and execution steps is communicating to stakeholders and AEM users, especially authors, about maintenance activity. This will help prevent the authors […]

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Twilio Managed Services Provider- Understanding the Options and Capabilities 

My prior blog touched on the approach and initial assessment we undergo when onboarding a new client who has faced challenges with independently building, expanding, and/or maintaining their Twilio solution. With Twilio being such a robust limitless platform with full flexibility, optimizing its capabilities and maintaining a rewarding end-user experience rely on many complex applications […]

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Deployment Of Containerized Application on Tomcat Server

Introduction: “DevOps” is the combination of tools and technologies that helps organizations deliver applications with minimal effort and in a shorter period of time. In this blog, I have implemented a DevOps strategy by integrating Github, Jenkins, and Docker to deliver small Java-based applications. Project Architecture:   Tools Used: Tomcat: Tomcat is an open-source web […]

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Sitecore Headless DevOps Best Practices – Part 3

Welcome back for the final post in my series on DevOps Best Practices related to Sitecore Headless implementations. In Part 3 we are going to look at the continuous deployment of our Sitecore and Next.js applications following a blue/green model. If you haven’t checked out Part 1 and/or Part 2, I would recommend pausing here […]

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Build Code Pipeline Using AWS OpsWorks

AWS is a top cloud service provider, and DevOps is the ‘need of the hour’ implementation for the software development lifecycle. That is why many people wondered if they could implement DevOps on top of AWS, and AWS responded with a plethora of services that catered to these needs.   So, what are these services, […]

Sitecore Website Performance Guide Blog Series

Today consumers expect all their products and data to be delivered as quickly as possible. Instagram, Facebook and all other social media platforms know that they only have a few seconds to capture the user’s attention before they scroll on to the next post. Websites are all competing to keep the users engaged and even […]

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Sitecore Headless DevOps Best Practices – Part 2

Welcome back to my series on DevOps Best Practices related to Sitecore Headless implementations. In Part 2 we are going to create the build pipelines for our Sitecore and Next.js solutions and see how they can be included in the PR process. If you haven’t checked-out Part 1 yet, I recommend doing so before continuing […]

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Using Docker to Simplify DevOps

Docker is an open-source project that has changed how we think about deploying applications to servers. By leveraging some amazing resource isolation features of the Linux kernel, Docker makes it possible to easily isolate server applications into containers, control resource allocation, and design simpler deployment pipelines. Moreover, Docker enables all of this without the additional […]

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