When you build and deploy an application, chances are that you need to store some form of secrets. These are typically things like credentials for 3rd party systems and database credentials. As an ASP.NET Core developer, Microsoft provides you with an easy way to store secrets like these in your development environment, namely the Secret Manager.
In 2019, one part of a successful development team is having a solid CI/CD pipeline. Now, every pipeline will have a unique set of outcomes and needs—which means that you’ll need a strong set of tools to help you accomplish your goals. This blog post will help identify some of the tools out there that can help you make your pipeline great. These tools range from the familiar Jenkins and its newer predecessor Jenkins X to security tools like Twistlock.
The Tech Leader’s Tour is a series of events bringing tech leaders together to learn from each other about improving software quality and customer experience. The next stop for the tour is Wellington, followed by Sydney, Melbourne, Seattle, Portland and San Francisco. Intrigued? Good news! Be the first to know by expressing your interest here.
The following article is an excerpt from the book Achieving DevOps, a novel about delivering the best Agile, DevOps and Microservices, written by Dave Harrison and Knox Lively. This article is published with the author’s permission. A lateral line is how a fish monitors the surrounding water for changes in pressure, allowing it to understand the environment. This is how fish can survive in a very harsh, always-changing environment; without it, the fish is ‘blind’ and cannot survive.
Software quality is vital to user experience. If your users are experiencing problems with your mobile app, you simply need to know about it. That’s why today, we’re announcing our new Raygun4XamarinForms provider for Crash Reporting and Real User Monitoring.