Work from home better with secure and reliable enterprise service

Today, we are facing an unprecedented situation. The COVID-19 pandemic is affecting everything we know -- our families, our businesses, our communities, and our way of life. In these tough times, many organizations have resorted to mandatory remote working for employees so they can still be productive and safe. Saas productivity tools like Zoom, Slack, G-Suite and Office 365 became seemingly mandatory in this new distributed workplace.


Migrating to Kubernetes

The reasons to move to Kubernetes are many and compelling. This post doesn’t make the case that you should migrate, but assumes you have already decided that you want to. When you’re clear on what you want to do and why you want to do it, the questions of “When?” and “How?” become your focus. What follows centers on the question of how to approach making Kubernetes the platform on which your workloads thrive.


Deploying Your Applications Using Codefresh, Google Cloud Platform, and Google Kubernetes Engine

Kubernetes offers scalability and reliability for your container-based applications. Combine this with GKE, and you now eliminate the need to install or operate clusters on your own. A huge plus to using GKE is that you now will be running Kubernetes in a GCP environment, therefore you can utilize all the handy integrations Google has to offer. Codefresh simplifies the process even more, by automating the process of getting your code built, tested, and deployed.


Parallel Maven Deployment with Jenkins and Artifactory

There are many reasons why you may want to use Artifactory as your Maven repository. For example, it allows tagging Maven artifacts with custom properties, so that they can later be found based on specific criteria. It stores build metadata about your artifacts, and allows controlling the repositories used by the Maven build, without modifying the pom file. In this post, I’d like to focus on one specific advantage, Maven deployments in Jenkins.

Rundeck Enterprise Feature Tutorial: Jira Tickets to Trigger a Rundeck Job

This tutorial shows how to create a ticket/issue in Jira that will automatically trigger a job in Rundeck. The triggered job initiates action to fix the problem, then adds a comment back into Jira and closes/resolves the ticket. This is done using webhooks and API calls in Rundeck Enterprise. See a Demo of Rundeck Enterprise : Download Rundeck Open Source here: Connect.

Why Cloud Cost Optimization is Ready to Shift Left (Just like Security Did)

Today, you probably wouldn’t blink at the idea of involving security in your development process. In fact, “shifting security left” has become so commonplace in the security industry, that there are conferences and job titles dedicated to SecOps (or DevSecOps or SecDevOps *eye roll emoji*). Yet, it wasn’t that long ago that the massive transition to this mindset took place.

Introduction to Pipelines on JFrog Platform

Learn how to optimize your complete end-to-end development and delivery process by using JFrog Pipelines. In this webinar we share a real-life demo of an application lifecycle from Dev to Production. Join us to learn how JFrog Pipelines helps you easily create smart, event-driven workflows across your tools and teams to help you improve the quality and velocity of your releases, and scale your CI/CD adoption across the organization.