Source code management (SCM) is a core component of DevOps. In addition to storing and sharing source code, SCM tools maintain an ongoing history of changes. Reviewing this history provides numerous insights into your development process, including: How often code changes are submitted, The impact of changes on application performance, Which changes result in errors, bugs, or broken builds.
We’ve all read those op-eds in the Smarter Living section of NYT about impostors syndrome. After all, they have been getting more and more traction as a new generation enters the associate-level in their career.
In this tutorial we'll take a closer look at integrating GitHub with Bitrise, using SSH keys, webhooks and more.
Remember the good old days of enterprise software? When everything had to be installed on-premises? To install an application, you’d have to set up a big, vertically scalable server. You would then have to execute a single process written in C/C++, Java or .NET. Well, as you know, those days are long gone. Everything has changed with the transition to the cloud and SaaS.
In this post, we will walk through how to connect GitLab’s Auto DevOps feature with a Rancher-managed Kubernetes cluster, making use of a feature introduced in Rancher v2.2.0 called Authorized Cluster Endpoint. Readers can expect to walk away with an understanding of how GitLab integrates with Kubernetes and how Rancher simplifies this workflow with Authorized Cluster Endpoint.
From bug reports to feature requests, we rely on the Elastic community to keep our projects chugging. If you’re new to using the Elastic Stack, contributing to our project by submitting a GitHub issue might be a little bit nerve wracking. You may be asking yourself: Is the process complicated? What if I get lost along the way? What if I make a mistake? Don’t worry! We’re here to help.
Peanut butter and jelly, donuts and coffee, Wendy’s Frosties and french fries — these combinations just work. We don’t ask why; we accept nature’s gift and enjoy. We hope you also accept and enjoy our gift of another great pair: Sentry and GitLab. In fact, Sentry and GitLab already go together so well that users who have installed this integration successfully resolve issues triaged in-platform 73% of the time.