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DevSecOps & CI/CD pipelines

This series of articles aims to identify the best practices to implement in order to secure your delivery process and your CI/CD pipelines: 0. DevSecOps & CI/CD Pipelines: understand the fundamentals.1. Version Control System Security2. Secure Continuous Integration (CI) Pipelines3. Secure Continuous Delivery (CD) Pipelines By Gologic with the collaboration of Alexandre Couëdelo. Are you

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What is CI/CD and how to apply it in your organization?

By Gologic with the collaboration of Alexandre Couëdelo. Continuous integration (CI) and Continuous deployment (CD) are the core practices you will need to master in order to achieve a successful DevOps transformation. In this article, you will learn the CI/CD definition and what needs to be done to prepare your

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Continuous Integration in DevOps: Definition, Methods, and Tools

Continuous integration (CI) is a key element of DevOps. Designed to automatically test the quality of the code during application updates, it facilitates and accelerates the work of the developers while ensuring better collaboration within the teams. Would you like to learn more about continuous integration in DevOps? The expert consultants from Gologic inform you

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The Essential DevOps Tools

These days, DevOps is a vital practice for organizations. This movement is the result of close collaboration between the development and system operations teams. The DevOps culture continues to grow in importance. But to achieve such a performance, you need to know how to outfit yourself with the right DevOps

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Continuous Deployment with Pipeline as Code – #5 TravisCI

by Benjamin Lallement, DevOps and member of the collective Gologic. Goals Series This article series aims to explore the different tools for doing pipeline as code and deployment. The goal for each article remains the same: checkout GIT source code, compile a JAVA project with Maven, run the tests then

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Pipeline as code Circle CI

Continuous Deployment with Pipeline as Code – #4 CircleCI

by Benjamin Lallement, DevOps and member of the collective Gologic. Goals Series This article series aims to explore the different tools for doing pipeline-as-code and deployment. The goal for each article remains the same: Checkout GIT source code, compile a JAVA project with Maven, run the tests then deploy the

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