Devops

How to Implement Continuous Documentation for Your Developers Team

Introduction Companies use documentation to track missed deadlines and resources associated with those deadlines, to share knowledge of codes, APIs, and other onboarding materials with other businesses. This documentation should be updated regularly because a few things invariably change when someone is working on something. It is necessary to keep the documentation updated to maintain …

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Kubernetes Troubleshooting Tools Your DevOps Team Should Use

Introduction We are all aware of the advantages of DevOps in the software development lifecycle (SDLC). It continuously assesses the SDLC to provide high-quality software in a distributed computing and orchestration environment. There are a lot of different solutions available for DevOps engineers to minimize their manual tasks in their day to day work. These …

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SnykCon Agenda Announced: 100+ Secure Development Sessions | Register for free

Check out the full session lineup for SnykCon, a free, virtual conference for developers – focused on helping teams build securely. Learn how to build security into your existing workflows in 100+ sessions, including:– Never Get Pwned! Understanding the OWASP Top 10– My NPM Package Will Eat Your Lunch– Haunted: Chrome’s Vision for Post-Spectre Web …

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Continuous Integration and deployment (CI/CD Pipeline) with Jenkins and Node.js

Write code, test and deploy This is one of the common development cycles of any developer. Most of the time testing and deployment steps do not change frequently and in order to keep the developer focus on writing code, we do the automation of testing and deployment. This automation is called “continuous integration and deployment” …

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