Git

redgate

Why to Use Git Instead of "TFS" (TFVC)

One question we frequently hear from customers using the Microsoft stack is, “should I use Git or TFS?” The question requires a little decoding due to the way that Microsoft has shifted their brands over time. Here’s some background. Many people still refer to this as “TFS,” regardless of the version they are using. TFVC used to be the default type of repo for TFS projects.

grafana

Troubleshoot problems using GitLab activity data with the new plugin for Grafana

GitLab is one of the most popular web-based DevOps life-cycle tools in the world, used by millions as a Git-repository manager and for issue tracking, continuous integration, and deployment purposes. Today, we’re pleased to announce the first beta release of the GitLab data source plugin, which is intended to help users find interesting insights from their GitLab activity data.

atatus

GitHub vs GitLab

Version Control also known as Source Control, is the process of tracking and managing the changes in software. Version control software keeps track of code changes and helps development team to analyze their work, identify each change set separately, point to a change using the version number and much more. Source Control is a defacto standard right now for any development and successful deployment of your code.

jfrog

GitHub vs JFrog: Who Can do the Job for DevOps?

When you choose a product, you’re hiring it to do a job. You’ve put out the“Help Wanted” sign for DevOps, and choosing between two well-qualified prospects is high stakes. The hire you make can ensure the enterprise swiftly rises — or sinks. With JFrog and GitHub, you have two of the best candidates. Now judge which is the best fit. Beyond the puzzle of competing features, which one knows how best to get the job done?

Effective CI/CD with Github and the JFrog Platform

Are you using GitHub for your SCM and as the starting point of your delivery process? Join this webinar to learn advanced tips and tricks for simplifying and accelerating your CI/CD pipelines with the JFrog Platform on top of GitHub. Sharing a detailed demo of a real-world release pipeline triggered from GitHub, we’ll review best practices and hard-won lessons for how you can streamline your end-to-end process and ensure it meets the security and quality requirements of large-scale enterprise delivery.
sensu

Monitoring as code with Sensu Go and SensuFlow

Sensu creator and CTO Sean Porter recently wrote about “monitoring as code” and his perspectives on where the next generation of monitoring and observability workflows is headed. That post did a great job of outlining the concepts; this post will put theory into practice with SensuFlow, a new prescriptive monitoring as code workflow for Sensu Go, and its accompanying GitHub Action.

cfengine

Introducing GitHub Discussions for CFEngine

We are excited to announce that CFEngine is now using GitHub Discussions. GitHub Discussions is a feature of GitHub repos, and similar to Q&A platforms like Stack Overflow, and other online forums. After testing it out for a few weeks we are pleased with how it works and want to encourage all our users to try it.

Secure RBAC / SSO for Kubernetes with Teleport OSS and Github Teams

The promise of elastic scale and cloud native has driven the demand for K8s, but developers now have the harder task of building applications in a secure manner. This talk will focus on best practices and potential pitfalls for securing K8s for the engineering team by using the K8s API server and control plane. Join us for a how-to on implementing a robust Role Based Access Control (RBAC) tied into the corporate SSO/Identity provider using Github Teams and open source software.