Continuous delivery (CD) is an agile software development approach that has proven to be a suitable way to reliably and repeatably produce high-quality software in short cycles. The use of containers and the cloud, e.g., on platforms such as Kubernetes (K8s), offers many opportunities to make CD processes more robust and simpler. One such option is GitOps. This article provides some concrete examples to illustrate the differences between classic CD pipelines (CIOps) and GitOps processes.Read more
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If you want to switch from classic CI/CD environments to GitOps, then you can choose from any of a large number of available tools. However, it is not always easy to tell which features they support and how suitable they are for your project at first glance. Help in making a decision.Read more
Prototyping is a great way to get an impression of how a product or idea could look like. In manufacturing you can use e.g. 3D printers to create prototypes. In software development you still have to code but you can apply different principles compared to developing a "real" product. We want to give a short introduction into software prototyping, because it can help you to develop better software, faster.Read more
DevOps combines previously assigned tasks and roles at a company on the basis of agile working methods, automation and cross-functional cooperation in order to create a common basis for value creation. This post describes the phases and processes of this so-calles “DevOps life cycle“.Read more
Event storming is an interactive, group-based, dynamic brainstorming method based on the ideas of domain-driven design. The method calls for experts, developers, stakeholders, and customers to come together and jointly articulate a large picture of a business process and through the process of lively discussions arrive at a common language and common understanding.Read more