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Continuous Reliability: How to Move Fast and NOT Break Things

Development and IT Ops teams commonly find themselves in a game of tug-of-war between two key objectives: driving innovation and maintaining reliable (i.e. stable) software.  To drive innovation, we’re seeing the emergence of CI/CD practices and the rise of automation. To maintain reliability software, DevOps practices and Site Reliability Engineering are being adopted to ensure the stability of software in ...

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Creating your own devfile registry

Prerequisites You need a Kubernetes or OpenShift cluster (eg., minikube or minishift), into which you have installed Che. Follow the steps in this document to deploy Che. Steps below can then be done to deploy a custom devfile registry to your cluster, and use it with Che. Procedure Check out https://github.com/eclipse/che-devfile-registry/ git clone https://github.com/eclipse/che-devfile-registry/ cd che-devfile-registry Make changes in the devfiles/ folder to ...

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Discovering containers loaded by Che 7

Prerequisites You need a Kubernetes or OpenShift cluster (eg., minikube or minishift), into which you have  installed Che. Follow the steps in this document to deploy Che. Steps below can be done in parallel to collect a list of containers involved in deployment. Procedure Once you have started your cluster, you can watch events and see which images are pulled. Start this ...

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Deploying Che 7 to Minishift with chectl

Prerequisites You need the latest  Minishift and chectl releases. Fetch them like this (or similar): cd ~/bin curl -sSL https://github.com/che-incubator/chectl/releases/download/20190628062929/chectl-linux -o chectl chmod +x chectl cd /tmp curl -sSL https://github.com/minishift/minishift/releases/download/v1.34.0/minishift-1.34.0-linux-amd64.tgz -o minishift.tgz tar xvzf minishift.tgz mv minishift*/minishift ~/bin/ chmod +x ~/bin/minishift Procedure Start up minishift. minishift Log in once startup is complete. oc login 192.168.MY.IP:8433 -u system -p admin To watch the events ...

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Pass multiple commands on Docker run

Docker apart form serving our workloads efficiently is also an amazing tool when it comes to not installing additional binaries to your workstation. Eventually you will find it very easy and simple to just run only one command on docker. For example I want to run a hello world in go. My source code is going to be the simple ...

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7 Ways To Increase the Cost-Effectiveness Of DevOps Testing Automation

DevOps testing automation is the key to achieving the rapid delivery, scalability, security, collaboration, and monitoring that allows today’s agile teams to be highly productive. Testing automation enables businesses to increase efficiency and improve ROI by: Shortening development cycles and implementation time.Reducing time-to-market.Increasing the productivity of business units and IT teams.Lowering cost associated with development and deployment.Streamlining workflow through process ...

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Moving the Service-mesh Community Forward

Service mesh is an important set of capabilities that solve some difficult service-to-service communication challenges when operating a services-style architecture. Just as Kubernetes and containers helped to provide a nice set of abstractions to deploying and running workloads on a fleet of computers, so too is service mesh emerging to abstract the network in a way that gives operators and ...

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How Can We Automate Testing in a DevOps Setup

Expertise and strategy play an imperative role in the adoption of a development and operations (DevOps) strategy when developing software. This is because in order to achieve test automation objectives, a group of dedicated testers is required. Automating testing is a difficult technical activity, and it has the ability to ruin the overall DevOps strategy for your project if it ...

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