Archive of posts in year '2019'

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post icon Minimize administration effort

07/30/2019 Daniel Huchthausen in EcoSystem

Minimize administration effort

It is curious that in the field of software development, in which developers create something new every day, the "never change a running system" approach is very widely followed when it comes to the underlying toolchain. Downtime is too expensive, whether something goes wrong when updating an important system and the developers are unable to work for some period of time or if even the most recent work status is lost. This post compares the required effort for the installation and the operation of a toolchain for three different scenarios.

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post icon Our impressions of the Developer Week 2019

06/28/2019 Oliver Milke in Insides

Our impressions of the Developer Week 2019

In more than 200 talks by more than 150 experts, the participants could choose between news and innovations in the subjects web, desktop and mobile applications including technologies like .NET, Java, Python, machine learning and JavaScript.

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post icon Let’s roll up our sleeves and backup!

06/18/2019 Boris Schaa in Technology

Let’s roll up our sleeves and backup!

The word "data backup" does not invoke much cheering and rejoicing for many parties involved. This series of articles about the "restic" software package shows that this does not have to be the case. Restic simplifies many aspects of backup and restore to a great enough extent that you can focus on the most essential part: The underlying system structure. This article describes how to configure restic and back up data.

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post icon Continuous Delivery with Sonatype Nexus, Jenkins and the Cloudogu EcoSystem

05/09/2019 Johannes Schnatterer in Software Craftsmanship

Continuous Delivery with Sonatype Nexus, Jenkins and the Cloudogu EcoSystem

In order to meet the growing demand to release new features at an increasingly faster pace, these features must be implemented faster and faster. But that's just one side of the coin. After all, these features have to be put into production as well. Often, deployments are made manually and prone to errors. They tie up resources, and they may take a long time. The solution is complete automation, which is called Continuous Delivery.

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post icon SCM-Manager 2 Development - UI and Plugins

04/09/2019 Daniel Huchthausen in Insides

SCM-Manager 2 Development - UI and Plugins

Since our last update of the development of SCM-Manager v2 we've spent most of our time with the migration of plugins and main features, but we've also implemented some new features.

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post icon Why it's worth it to be DevOps ready

03/26/2019 Interview on Informatik Akuell website

Why it's worth it to be DevOps ready

Cloudogu CEO Thomas Grosser was interviewed by the magazine "Informatik Aktuell". Read the complete interview in German on the Informatik Aktuell website.

To the interview on Informatik Aktuell
post icon Expert exchange at the DevOps Gathering

03/14/2019 Jenny Dornberger in Insides

Expert exchange at the DevOps Gathering

For the third time, DevOps Gathering hosted the International Community Conference, which focuses on the great evolution of the IT industry and work culture with respect to DevOps. Cloudogu was there for the first time with a lecture and got into conversation with the visitors at the booth.

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post icon Why operating multiple CES instances can make sense

02/22/2019 Daniel Huchthausen in EcoSystem

Why operating multiple CES instances can make sense

Cloudogu EcoSystem is an extremely efficient way to operate a software development infrastructure. Nevertheless, there are scenarios where it might make sense to separate projects into individual instances of the Cloudogu EcoSystem.

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post icon Where is DevOps going?

01/22/2019 Jenny Dornberger in DevOps

Where is DevOps going?

A recent study shows where DevOps currently stands and which hurdles are still to be taken. How we tackle the issue, you'll learn in our blog post.

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post icon Kubernetes is eating the (Container) World

01/18/2019 Oliver Milke in Technology

Kubernetes is eating the (Container) World

Kubernetes is one of the hottest topics these days in the world of software development. Why is this the case and why is Kubernetes not just another technology that will soon be forgotten again anyway? In this post, we will answer these questions.

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