Learn what structures and patterns exist for wiring your GitOps operator with repositories, folders, environments, etc. to help you implement your GitOps process in the best way possible.Read more
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Learn what possibilities there are through patterns and structures to implement environments (also known as stages) with your GitOps.Read more
Learn which repository patterns and structures you can use to model your requirements in your GitOps process.Read more
Learn about the patterns you can use to design your GitOps process and related processes. In this second part, you will be introduced to operator deployment patterns.Read more
Learn about patterns that you can use to design your GitOps process and the associated processes. This first part introduces the five different categories of patterns.Read more
Everyone knows it: granting privileges is always a balance between security, usability and maintenance effort. If permissions are granted very generously, the effort is very low and there are rarely any hurdles to use; however, security is compromised. If permissions are granted sparingly, security is higher, but there are costly processes and a lot of administrative overhead.Read more
On April 07, 2022, the Heise online event Mastering GitOps will take place with an exciting program around the use of GitOps. In addition to a detailed introduction to the topic, the event will also show how Kubernetes clusters can be managed and how code reviews can be simplified.Read more
Is the hype around DevOps justified? Dr. Peer Faßnacht, Head of Customer Services at Cloudogu GmbH, says "yes" – if a few prerequisites are met. Read the interview with the magazine "IT Mittelstand" here.Read more
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
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