Posts Tagged ‘git’

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Integrating Terraform with Jenkins (CI/CD)

Automated Infrastructure (AWS) Setup Using Terraform and Jenkins (Launch EC2 and VPC) In this blog we will discuss how to execute the Terraform code using Jenkins and set up AWS infrastructure such as EC2 and VPC. For those of you are unfamiliar with Jenkins, it is an open-source continuous integration and continuous development automation tool […]

A Developer’s Guide to Using Git DMZ Flow

Understanding and correctly executing a Git workflow strategy is critical to the success of a development team. Git workflows like Gitflow and GitHub Flow are popular and fairly easy to grasp for development teams of all skill levels and project needs. The Sitecore team at Perficient has started to use the excellent Git DMZ Flow […]

Creating a Shared Repository Between Two Local Machines

GIT is one of the most sophisticated version control systems, and it’s widely used by various organisations. With the help of GitHub, a web-based GIT repository hosting service can be accomplished. In some of the projects involving fewer resources, which requires a common repository in a local machine, GIT enables us to create a shared repository […]

Git – If you don’t know, now you know!

Ever since Microsoft started adding support for Git into Visual Studio Team Services (VSTS), many veteran developers on the Microsoft stack who had never used Git before started wondering what was up with that.  One of the things I quickly picked up on at the Build 2016 conference is that most of the dev teams […]

How the Visual Studio Team Services Team Uses its Own Product

One of the sessions that I attended at Build 2016 was titled “DevOps at Scale: A True Story”. It was a really interesting presentation from Microsoft’s Principal Group Program Manager for Visual Studio Team Services (VSTS) about how they use their own product, VSTS, to build VSTS! Other Microsoft divisions also “dog food” VSTS quite […]

Hedgehog TDS – Field Content Does Not Match Content-Length

Hedgehog’s Team Development for Sitecore has made Sitecore development with teams a dream. Gone are the days of passing around packages and keeping track of your Sitecore changes in notepad for each commit. As great as TDS has been, I’ve run into an issue on a couple of projects recently when using TDS with Git that […]

Setting up Jenkins with Git repository

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