As we all know, team collaboration can sometimes be a bit complicated. Especially when different teams in the organization strive to achieve their own individual goals. This is where new organizational practices, such as DevOps and DevSecOps, have paved the path for us to work together and achieve our mutual goals. Take a look at these three trying to make it work… Triple Therapy for your Dev, Sec AND Ops Teams
The official CircleCI extension for Visual Studio Code is now available for anyone to download on the VS Code Marketplace. This extension was developed by the Developer Experience team of CircleCI and it includes two sets of features: the pipeline manager and the config helper. The config helper provides language support for CircleCI YAML files.
TeamCity is a CI/CD server that provides out-of-the-box support for unit testing, code quality tracking, and build automation. Additionally, TeamCity integrates with your other tools—such as version control, issue tracking, package repositories, and more—to simplify and expedite your CI/CD workflows.
Helm is a tool that automates the creation, packaging, configuration, and deployment of Kubernetes applications by combining your configuration files into a single reusable package. In a microservice architecture, you create more microservices as the application grows, making it increasingly difficult to manage. Kubernetes, an open source container orchestration technology, simplifies the process by grouping multiple microservices into a single deployment.
JFrog’s new log analytics integration with New Relic brings together powerful observability capabilities to monitor, analyze, and visualize logs and metrics from self-hosted JFrog environments. The integration is free for all tiers of self-hosted JFrog customers and utilizes the powerful, open source log management tool, Fluentd, to collect, process, and surface data in New Relic dashboards.
Following on from the adoption of the horizontal navigation, the Bitbucket Cloud team is pleased to announce some improvements to the way users move around the product. You'll begin to see these changes over the next few days, if you haven't already.