Git and Jenkins

Building a Continuous Delivery Pipeline with Git & Jenkins

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Jenkins is an automation server which can be used to build, test and deploy your code in a controlled and predictable way. It is arguably the most popular continuous integration tool in use today. The process of automatically building code in stages – and at each stage, testing and promoting it on to the next stage – is called a …

Continuous Integration vs. Continuous Development vs. Continuous Deployment

Dev Leaders Compare Continuous Delivery vs. Continuous Deployment vs. Continuous Integration

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The DevOps trend has given rise to a number of buzzwords and methodologies aiming to speed delivery and accuracy, giving developers the tools they need to deliver better products, with fewer bugs, and implement improvements continuously. Speaking of continuously, you may be familiar with the terms continuous delivery, continuous deployment, and continuous integration. The differences between the three can be …

What is Java DevOps?

What is Java DevOps? Benefits, Considerations, Tutorials and More

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DevOps sees the coming together of practices, philosophies, and tools that allow you to create services and applications very quickly. This means that you can improve on your apps and evolve them at a much faster rate than those developers who are using traditional software development processes. We’ve talked about DevOps, in general, a great deal, but today, we’re going …

continuous delivery with a feedback loop

Continuous Delivery for Winners – With a Feedback Loop

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Today’s users (or customers) have rapidly evolving needs, are mobile, and expect 24/7 connectivity and reliability. As software product developers and vendors, we need to release updates frequently to satiate our users’ needs or else we risk losing them to competitors or alternatives. Our Response to Users’ Demands What do we do to stay ahead? As software developers, we step …