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Securing your Jenkins CI/CD Container Pipeline with Anchore (in under 10 minutes)

Securing your Jenkins CI/CD Container Pipeline with Anchore (in under 10 minutes) (adapted from this blog post by Daniel Nurmi) As more and more Jenkins users ship docker containers, it is worth thinking about the security implications of this model, where the variance in software being included by developers has…
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DevOpsGroup looks to the future with new name, board and investment

DevOpsGroup looks to the future with new name, board and investment In response to the growing diversity and continued expansion within our company, we’re excited to announce that we’ll be operating as DevOpsGroup from today. The decision reflects the fact that we’re no longer just two guys – James Smith…
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Take a leaf out of our book at DevOps Enterprise Summit

Take a leaf out of our book at DevOps Enterprise Summit Are you attending DevOps Enterprise Summit this year? If so, you’re in with a chance of winning a Kindle e-reader loaded with radical books that could change your outlook on life and business. Our team has picked what it…
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Big Bang or Iterative Migration? – There is no magic bullet!

Big Bang or Iterative Migration? – There is no magic bullet! Part 4 Written by Technical Consultant Stewart Osborne Linux Automation specialist, RedHat Certified Engineer and DevOps Practitioner. When you are considering the actual process of migrating your build and deployment processes over to Git, you need to decide whether this will…
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Why customers are critical in the innovation process

Why customers are critical in the innovation process The aim of any business is to generate profit and return on investment – but achieving this isn’t necessarily easy. However, the common assertion is that the customer is always right. At the end of the day, if an end user doesn’t…
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What does Microsoft’s acquisition of Github mean for the tech world?

What does Microsoft’s acquisition of Github mean for the tech world? American tech giant Microsoft recently announced plans to acquire code sharing website Github for $7.5 billion (£5.6 billion). While Github will be under full Microsoft ownership by the end of the year, it’ll continue to operate as an independent…
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Women in tech: How DevOpsGuys is trying to close the gender gap

Women in tech: How DevOpsGuys is trying to close the gender gap Diversity, particularly when it comes to gender, is a prevailing topic for technology companies around the world. According to research from the Wise Campaign, just 23 per cent of core science, technology, engineering and maths roles in the…
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Women in tech: How DevOpsGuys is trying to close the gender gap

Women in tech: How DevOpsGuys is trying to close the gender gap Diversity, particularly when it comes to gender, is a prevailing topic for technology companies around the world. According to research from the Wise Campaign, just 23 per cent of core science, technology, engineering and maths roles in the…
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2018 Womenspire Awards highlight Wales’ leading female innovators

2018 Womenspire Awards highlight Wales’ leading female innovators Sue Feathers, DVLA. More than 600 people headed to the Wales Millennium Centre in Cardiff Bay on Tuesday evening to attend the 2018 Womenspire Awards. Organised by gender equality charity Chwarae Teg, the awards shine a light on the women breaking down…
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DevOpsGuys to champion gender diversity at the 2018 Womenspire Awards

DevOpsGuys to champion gender diversity at the 2018 Womenspire Awards Technology consultancy DevOpsGuys is proud to announce it’s to sponsor the FairPlay Employer category at the annual Womenspire Awards. This award will be presented to a company that embraces modern working practices and solutions in a bid to accelerate productivity,…
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An insight into our blog archives

An insight into our blog archives In 2013, our co-founders James and Steve began collaborating on a blog called DevOpsGuys. This was a great success and gained a rapidly increasing following, with readers asking for genuine guidance and solutions. Soon, James and Steve were established as thought leaders in an…
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Repository Migration – Leave the kitchen sink!

Repository Migration – Leave the kitchen sink! Part 3 Written by Technical Consultant Stewart Osborne Linux Automation specialist, RedHat Certified Engineer and DevOps Practitioner. Migrating your existing version control repositories to Git repositories can be as simple or as complex as you make it. Depending on your existing VC software, there are…
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Repository Migration – Leave the kitchen sink!

Repository Migration – Leave the kitchen sink! Part 3 Written by Technical Consultant Stewart Osborne Linux Automation specialist, RedHat Certified Engineer and DevOps Practitioner. Migrating your existing version control repositories to Git repositories can be as simple or as complex as you make it. Depending on your existing VC software, there are…
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Jenkins & Java 10+ Online Hackathon. Day 2 Update

Jenkins & Java 10+ Online Hackathon. Day 2 Update As you probably know, this week we have a Jenkins & Java 10 Online Hackathon. This is an open online event, where we work together on Jenkins core and plugins in order to find and fix compatibility issues, share experiences and…
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Jenkins & Java 10+ Online Hackathon. Day 2 Update

Jenkins & Java 10+ Online Hackathon. Day 2 Update As you probably know, this week we have a Jenkins & Java 10 Online Hackathon. This is an open online event, where we work together on Jenkins core and plugins in order to find and fix compatibility issues, share experiences and…
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How I Switched from Docker-Compose to Pure Ansible

How I Switched from Docker-Compose to Pure Ansible Humble Beginnings Let me tell you a story. It’s 2014 and I had read so many articles about Docker (as the project was called then), how awesome it is and how it makes the lives of developers so much easier. Being one,…
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Building an Image Gallery Blog with Symfony Flex: Data Testing

Building an Image Gallery Blog with Symfony Flex: Data Testing In the previous article, we demonstrated how to set up a Symfony project from scratch with Flex, and how to create a simple set of fixtures and get the project up and running. The next step on our journey is…
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Optimizing Graphics For HTML5 Apps: Lessons From The Game Dev

Optimizing Graphics For HTML5 Apps: Lessons From The Game Dev Watch this talk to learn about the following: – Problems developers face when building HTML5 applications – The bonuses of skeletal animation – Optimizing existing assets – Using shaders for UI element development and optimization – Shader SFX development –…
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Read Linux File Permissions : Symbols, Octal and Raw

Read Linux File Permissions : Symbols, Octal and Raw I don’t doubt that you know how to use ls -l to list a file mode or permissions in Linux. This will show the symbolic mode of the file but we also have the octal mode but what about the raw…
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Render Functions: Part 1

Render Functions: Part 1 So far in this series, we’ve used templates to declare our desired HTML structures. However, there’s another way: render functions. Though you won’t reach for them nearly as often, they nonetheless serve an important role. In this lesson we’ll review the basics.