How we use the Grafana GitHub plugin to track outstanding pull requests

First of all, we’re pleased to announce the first release of the GitHub data source. The source code is available at Contributions, feature requests, and bug reports are welcome. Using the GitHub data source, Grafana users can visualize data from GitHub’s API. In this blog, we’ll go over some use cases for this handy plugin.


Kubernetes Integration with GitLab CI/CD Pipeline

In the recent article “Private GitLab Server Automatic Installation with Jelastic PaaS” we looked at the GitLab installation, its initial setup, and the basics required for the project’s lifecycle (git project importing and docker registry accessing). And today we’ll move forward to the integration of GitLab with Kubernetes, as well as describe how to set up continuous integration and continuous deployment pipeline for your projects based on Java application sample.


Doing More With Git Commit Messages

This post is actually not about how to write a better commit message. It's about writing commit messages that can trigger commands to run. The idea for this feature came to us when GitHub introduced draft pull requests. It was now possible to create pull requests that were not reviewable or mergeable. This makes it feasible to begin socializing a change while it's still in progress.

Managing DreamFactory Scripted APIs with GitHub and Your Favorite IDE

DreamFactory's scripted service feature ranks among the most popular capabilities, allowing developers to create APIs using PHP, Python, or NodeJS which can then be secured using role-based access controls, accessed using auto-generated API keys or other authentication providers such as Active Directory and Okta, and executed alongside other APIs as part of an API composition-based workflow.

Configuring a GitHub workflow with Sigma CLI

GitHub Actions enables you to create custom software development life cycle (SDLC) workflows directly in your GitHub repository. Therefore if you are using GitHub as the version control system of your Sigma project, you can use the Sigma CLI to configure a workflow to automate the build and/or the deployment of your serverless application.


You Code It, You Own It: Announcing OverOps Support for Git Blame

OverOps’ new integration with GitLab and GitHub empowers development teams to assign every error to the right developer responsible for fixing it. We’re excited to share that we’ve expanded our collaboration with GitLab and GitHub to support git blame and automated source attach! Read the PR announcement here. OverOps’ mission is to help application development and SRE teams deliver more reliable software, faster.