This post is the third in a series of deeper dive articles discussing DORA metrics. In previous articles, we looked at: The third metric we’ll examine, Change Failure Rate, is a lagging indicator that helps teams and organizations understand the quality of software that has been shipped, providing guidance on what the team can do to improve in the future.
We are happy to announce that one of the top voted features for Bitbucket Pipelines, Docker BuildKit will be available next week. You can now build Docker images with the BuildKit utility. With BuildKit you can take advantage of the various features it provides like.
Kubernetes offers a way to store configuration files and manage them via a ConfigMap. Functionally, they seem very similar to Kubernetes Secrets, where both constructs are used to store information that can be used in a Pod. This information could be usernames and passwords of a connection string to a database.
Imagine you want to build and deploy a Nuxt3 app on Netlify. Because custom scripts are not allowed on Netlify, you will not be able to perform custom tasks like automated testing before deploying the website to your Jamstack hosting platform. That is where continuous integration/continuous deployment comes in. With a CI/CD system, you can run the kind of automated tests that create successful deployments.