DevOps

How to Ensure Success in Your Next Software Release?

The release of a new upgrade is typically a stressful time for software companies. It is all too easy to overlook some of the necessary steps or to fail to communicate something to another department. Developing an effective plan is a critical component of any release. A successful plan integrates all departments, including engineering, quality …

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Best Practices for Implementing and Maintaining CI/CD Strategy

The key to moving faster in software design and development is a collection of operating principles and practices known as CI/CD, which combines continuous integration (CI) and continuous delivery (CD). CI/CD enables software development teams to deliver code changes more frequently and reliably, allowing them to respond to the needs of the business and its …

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5 common but extremely important DevOps practices

Gone are the times when teams worked in departmental silos on a single project. The IT industry was convinced long ago that internal collaboration is a vital for delivering high quality products with maximum efficiency. And DevOps is known for bringing together teams and building a common platform for teams to collaborate right from the …

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Efficiently tackling complexities with Docker and Kubernetes

It all started with taking on the monolith code by microservices, and shaping the final product into a lego-like software. Services like shopping carts or the payment option began to be written as separate pieces of software. Technologies like orchestration (K8s) and containerization (Docker) are helping companies in outstripping profitable parameters from making easy-to-deploy applications …

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Bugzilla vs Jira | Who is the king of Bug tracking in Agile?

Agile methodology promotes an ongoing iteration of development and testing processes throughout a project’s SDLC. Here, the development and testing activities are performed concurrently, unlike the Waterfall model. The agile development emphasizes these four core values: Interaction of team and individuals over processes and tools Working Software over comprehensive documentation Focus on customer collaboration instead …

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