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Demo: CI/CD with GitLab
 
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Product Manager Joshua Lambert shows how easy it is to set up a new project with CI/CD in GitLab, helping you to ship better features, faster. Learn more about Continuous Integration, Delivery and Deployment with GitLab – https://about.gitlab.com/2016/08/05/continuous-integration-delivery-and-deployment-with-gitlab/ GitLab CI/CD is available on GitLab Community Edition (CE) and GitLab Enterprise Edition (EE). Try GitLab EE (https://about.gitlab.com/gitlab-ee/) FREE for 30 days, no credit card required – https://about.gitlab.com/free-trial/ Want to know more about GitLab? https://about.gitlab.com/ GitLab License FAQ – https://about.gitlab.com/license-faq/ Questions? – https://forum.gitlab.com/c/faq
Views: 76065 GitLab
Variables in Docker Compose
 
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Writeup Here: https://serversforhackers.com/c/div-variables-in-docker-compose We can use variables in our docker-compose.yml files! Book: https://book.serversforhackers.com/ Deploy: https://deploy.serversforhackers.com/ Docker: https://shippingdocker.com/ Laravel: https://scalinglaravel.com Twitter: https://twitter.com/fideloper Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/serversforhackers/
Views: 242 Servers for Hackers
Spring Boot - Gitlab CI (Build and Docker)
 
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At this time I'll show you how to create a simple Pipeline in Gitlab for Build a java application and then Dockerize into a private registry. questions? yeah, [email protected]
Views: 1427 Gonzalo Mendoza
DPC2018: From dev to prod with GitLab CI - Stephan Hochdörfer
 
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From dev to prod with GitLab CI by Stephan Hochdörfer GitLab turned into a DevOps lifecycle platform instead of being ""just"" a web-based Git repository manager. In this session I'll guide you through the process of setting up GitLab and GitLab CI. You will learn some insights on how to configure a GitLab build via the .gitlab-ci.yml file. Together we will take a deep dive into the GitLab CI build pipelines to build and deploy docker containers to your dev, stage and production environments. About Stephan Hochdörfer Stephan Hochdörfer currently holds the position of Head of Technology at bitExpert AG, a company specializing in software and mobile development. His primary focus is everything related to web development as well as automation techniques ranging from code generation to deployment automation. This talk was given at the Dutch PHP Conference in 2018, organised and hosted by Ibuildings. Visit http://phpconference.nl or http://www.ibuildings.nl for more information.
Using environment variables (First look at BitBucket Pipelines, part 3)
 
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In this video I'll show you how to use environment variables to keep things like credentials safe and out of your git repository. Watch the next video (Deploying a website to FTP server): https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=8HZhHtZebdw Or watch the previous video (Running PHPUnit tests): https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=2cMa0HJq3Tk ► About BitBucket Pipelines BitBucket Pipelines is a continuous integration tool built-in to Atlassian's BitBucket service. It's currently in closed beta. More information on the Atlassian website: http://blogs.atlassian.com/2016/05/introducing-bitbucket-pipelines-beta-continuous-delivery-built-within-bitbucket/ ► About me Follow me on Twitter: https://twitter.com/xafke Check out my blog: http://www.savjee.be Like my Facebook page: https://www.facebook.com/savjee
CI:CD for NODE.JS and KUBERNETES
 
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Building microservices with Kubernetes is fun, but deploying them by hand is not! It would be great if you could just run "npm deploy" and get your service deployed into a cluster. In this talk, I'll show you how to build a CI/CD pipeline that lets you test and deploy your Node.js apps into a production Kubernetes environment! EVENT: Node Summit 2017 SPEAKER: Sandeep Dinesh PERMISSIONS: Node Summit Organizer provided Coding Tech with the permission to publish this video.
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David Blurton: Full-stack JavaScript development with Docker - JSConf Iceland 2016
 
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Docker is great for wrapping up your application with its environment, but until recently it’s not been a great experience for development. The new release of docker for mac and windows changes all that. I’ll show you how to take an existing application and get it running in a docker container, including live-reload. We’ll use docker-compose to link the rest of the application together, and set up a .dev domain for the full web experience.
Views: 18566 JSConf
One Chart to Rule Them All: Continuous Deployment with Helm at Ticketmaster - Michael Goodness
 
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One Chart to Rule Them All: Continuous Deployment with Helm at Ticketmaster - Michael Goodness & Raphael Deem, Ticketmaster As Kubernetes continues to mature, it's increasingly hard for users to keep track of the latest resource types, much less the best way to employ them. ReplicationControllers and Services were easy enough. Then came Deployments and Ingresses. Now we have PodDisruptionBudgets, ClusterRoleBindings, and HorizontalPodAutoscalers. Luckily, we also have Helm to package and deploy these various components (and more) as a single unit. In this talk we'll dissect the single, flexible Helm chart Ticketmaster developed for use by multiple product teams. We'll show how we use just a handful of variables to enable log collection with Fluentd, metric scraping with Prometheus, and automatic scaling of pods. Then we'll demonstrate the GitLab CI workflow through which we deploy multiple builds of an application to multiple Kubernetes clusters running both on-prem and in AWS. About Raphael Deem Raphael is a Systems Engineer at Ticketmaster and open source contributor. He is a relative newcomer to the community, having started working with Kubernetes within the last six months. Prior to working at Ticketmaster, he was a remote engineer for Platform.sh, a Paris-based PaaS built with Python and LXC containers running on AWS. He was (briefly) a high school math teacher, and is a casual juggler. About Michael Goodness Mike is a Lead Systems Engineer on the Kubernauts team at Ticketmaster and a CNCF Ambassador. He began working with Kubernetes in late 2015, and quickly became an avid member of the community. While primarily involved with day-to-day cluster operations, he is also keenly interested in helping developers use cloud native technologies to deploy scalable, reliable applications. He is a co-maintainer of the Helm community charts repository and has contributed several popular charts. Hailing from Wisconsin, Mike is a co-organizer of DevOps Days Madison, a dedicated Milwaukee Brewers fan, and a cheese curd aficionado.
Automated Management of Shared Secrets with Ansible - Far Oeuf - AnsibleFest London 2017
 
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The chicken-and-egg-ness of storing shared-secrets securely is particularly problematic in corporate environments. In this talk, combining Ansible and HashiCorp Vault's capabilities, you will learn how to deploy tiered applications with auto-generated credentials and store the secrets in Vault. This makes automated rotation of application credentials practical, dropping credential-ttl to hours rather than weeks, months or never. The second half of the talk will walk through submitting a PR for the Ansible lookup plugin for HashiCorp Vault, adding ldap authentication functionality. The speaker's motivation for this session is to lower the barrier for DevOps engineers to use secure shared-secret storage. His message is that a few lines of code is often all it takes to scratch your particular itch. The ability to extend Ansible is an important skill for your DevOps team.
Views: 665 Ansible
kubernetes secrets for beginners
 
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This is a tutorial on how to create Kubernetes secrets. It is a continuation from how to create Kubernetes ConfigMaps. Sensitive information such as passwords, tokens, keys, ssh certificates can be maintained centrally by Kuberntes Secrets and used by containers, APIs, endpoints, databases, servers. Secrets are encoded in base64. Kubernetes ConfigMaps are used for non-sensitive data while secrets are used for sensitive data. Once the secrets are created, they can be referenced in Pods either through environmental variables or mounted as volumes.https://www.cloudtechnologyexperts.com/create-kubernetes-secrets/
Configure Microservices in OpenShift/Kubernetes using Config Maps
 
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This video shows how Microservices can use external configuration (as defined in the 12factor-app methodology). It uses Kubernetes/OpenShift ConfigMaps and also environment variables to perform the configuration of a microservice.
Views: 1869 Rafael Benevides
GitLab CE Tutorial #3 - SSH Key Setup & Pushing Our First Project
 
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In this GitLab video tutorial, we push a repo into our project. Subscribe for more free tutorials https://goo.gl/6ljoFc, Buy this series with an extra video! https://goo.gl/A7drFW Support Free Tutorials https://www.leveluptutorials.com/store/ The best shared web hosting http://www.bluehost.com/track/leveluptutorials/ Subscribe to Level Up Pro for extra features! https://www.leveluptutorials.com/store/products/pro Subscribe to the Level Up Newsletter http://eepurl.com/AWjGz To Support Level Up Tuts: http://leveluptuts.com/donations Simple cloud hosting, built for developers.: https://www.digitalocean.com/?refcode=67357174b09e Build together: GitLab includes Git repository management, code reviews, issue tracking, wikis, and more, plus GitLab CI, an easy-to-use continuous integration and deployment tool. Stay up-to-date: Collaborate with your team using issues, milestones, and line-by-line code review. View activity streams of projects or the people you work with. Plays well with others: GitLab seamlessly integrates with Slack, Hipchat, LDAP, JIRA, Jenkins, and many other popular tools. GitLab includes many webhooks and offers a complete API. GitLab Community Edition is open source and completely free to download. GitLab is powered by a community of more than 1,000 people. GitLab Enterprise Edition offers deeper LDAP and Active Directory integration, Jira and Jenkins integration, and much more.
Views: 85889 LevelUpTuts
Juan Manuel Parrilla: Ansible 202: Best Practices from the field
 
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This deck tries to gather a series of best practices directly from 'the trenches', where the development of ansible roles is at odds with the elegance of the implementation and sometimes with delivery times. This talk deals with points such as code reuse, role tests, variable inheritance, SCM management, Debugging strategies, etc...
Views: 1217 DevConf
CI/CD Pipeline using JFrog Artifactory
 
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Amazon Elastic Container Service for Kubernetes (Amazon EKS) makes it easy to run Kubernetes on AWS. Join AWS and our container ecosystem partners for a deep dive on Amazon EKS and explore solutions that help extend the capabilities of Kubernetes on AWS. Learn more at https://amzn.to/2AqZp5S. In this demo of JFrog Artifactory running on AWS, we showed how to take a multi-part application in a CI / CD pipeline, house it in a Docker Container, then create the necessary Helm chart to create a scalable application deployed to Amazon EKS. This multistage CI/CD pipeline showed the power of utilizing JFrog Artifactory and AWS to create truly scalable applications in a modern DevOps infrastructure. Guest: Bill Manning, Senior Solutions Engineer, AWS
Views: 553 Amazon Web Services
Terraform in your delivery pipeline (Anton Babenko)
 
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Talk given at Full Stack Fest 2017: https://fullstackfest.com Do the last step(s) and bring infrastructure management into CI/CD processes. We know what to do with the code (build, test, deploy), but we are not always comfortable putting infrastructure changes inside CI/CD pipelines. Why? During this talk I will explain what are the most common scenarios of integrating Terraform and Packer into pipeline and show visually drawbacks of each. I will provide suggestions (with pros and cons) in examples: How to structure infrastructure code effectively? How to trigger infrastructure management and deployment from your pipeline? How to propagate versioned infrastructure between environments? How to make it DRY? By the end of my talk participants should be able to implement Terraform into their CI/CD pipeline more easily, because there will be at least couple of real implementations I have made in the past (including the code which I will release on github). Anton is fully certified in all 5 AWS professional certifications and has been working as web-developer, team lead and CTO during his career. He has strong interests in automation, infrastructure management and exploring ways to do it properly and as risk-free as possible. Anton was a reviewer of Terraform book printed by Packt and he is also one of active collaborator in terraform-community- modules organisation. He leads AWS User Group Norway, organises DevOpsDays Oslo, and speaks often at various technical meetups and conferences.
Views: 2659 Codegram Technologies
GitLab Namespaces (users, groups and subgroups)
 
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GitLab Namespaces (gsers, groups and subgroups) This video will explain the concept of namespaces in GitLab which are used to store projects. Groups, subgroups and their uses are discussed. For more information, see https://docs.gitlab.com/ee/user/group/. For even more information see https://docs.gitlab.com/ee/administration/auth/ldap.html and https://about.gitlab.com/resources/ Try GitLab EE FREE for 30 days, no credit card required - https://goo.gl/JdznoY Want to know more about our free GitLab.com? https://goo.gl/Uol8bl GitLab License FAQ - https://goo.gl/hZAsYF Questions?? - https://goo.gl/i7KzQ8
Views: 1444 GitLab
Go Lanuguage | Steps of AWS Installation powered by Miri Infotech
 
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Miri Infotech is launching a product which will configure and publish Go Language, to produce free implementations of distributed or otherwise scalable and high availability which is embedded pre-configured tool with Ubuntu and ready-to-launch AMI on Amazon EC2 that contains Go Compiler and Text Editor. Go Language- A programming language that makes it easy to build simple, reliable, and efficient software. It is also known as Golang. It is a compiled and statically typed language. It is not just a programming language but a language which include features such as garbage collection, limited structural typing, memory safety and CSP-style concurrent programming. Before proceeding to the Go Language we should be aware of the concept Concurrency associated with it. •Concurrency, by its design, enables you to efficiently use your CPU horsepower. Even if your processor just has 1 core, concurrency’s design enables you to use that one core efficiently. That is why you can typically have hundreds of thousands of concurrent goroutines (lightweight threads) running on a single machine. Channels and goroutines are central to distributed systems since they abstract the producer-consumer messaging paradigm. Some other features of Go Programming are: •Support for environment adopting patterns similar to dynamic languages. For example, type inference (x := 0 is valid declaration of a variable x of type int) •Compilation time is fast. •Go programs are simple, concise, and safe. •Production of statically linked native binaries without external dependencies.
Integrate with GitHub: build after each commit (Get started with Jenkins, part 13)
 
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Integrate Jenkins with GitHub and trigger a build every time you make a commit to GitHub. This is essential for starting to use continuous integration within your project or team! Looking for a cheap server to host your Jenkins installation on? Signup for DigitalOcean and receive $10 free credit: https://m.do.co/c/5ce33a60cf22 Want to learn more? Check out the rest of the Jenkins videos: https://goo.gl/2uE4J5 ► About me 🐦 Follow me on Twitter: https://twitter.com/savjee ✏️ Check out my blog: https://www.savjee.be ✉️ Subscribe to newsletter: https://goo.gl/nueDfz 👍🏻 Like my Facebook page: https://www.facebook.com/savjee
Jenkins 2.0 - On jette tout et on recommence ? Arnaud Héritier
 
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Né Hudson en 2004 le projet Jenkins est aujourd’hui omniprésent dans toutes les DSI. Avec plus de 600 releases, Jenkins a essayé (avec plus ou moins de succès) de conserver la compatibilité au fur et à mesure du temps que cela soit pour ses données (vos projets) ou son ecosystème (ses plugins). Les développements de Jenkins 2.0 ont débuté en septembre dernier et il est enfin sorti en Avril. Cela pose beaucoup de questions: Pourquoi après plus de 10 ans, franchir enfin le pas dans la création d’une nouvelle version majeure? Quels sont les changements et les nouveautés que les utilisateurs vont en tirer? Quels vont être les impacts en terme de compatibilité pour les utilisateurs et son ecosystème? Si les réponses à ces questions vous intéressent cette conférence est faite pour vous !
Andrey Bashlakov - Zabbix and Ansible Integration: Dynamic Inventory on steroids
 
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DevOps Pro Moscow 2016 - Conference for Developers and IT Professionals. November 15, 2016 | www.devopspro.ru Ansible – is an excellent tool for configuration management. But with the growth of infrastructure inevitably arises the issue of the relevance of the inventory file and centralizing storage of hostvars and groupvars.
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Node: Ship It! 🔥
 
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Presented by Gus Suarez, https://twitter.com/mythrilco Slides: http://slides.com/gustavosuarez/node/#/
DevOps 201 for Application Developers (Cloud Next '18)
 
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You have an awesome application. Now you need a sustainable production environment. In this talk we'll go over the pros and cons of the compute options available on GCP, using Stackdriver for monitoring, logging, and diagnostics, and other questions you can ask yourself as part of ""productionizing"" your application. Event schedule → http://g.co/next18 Watch more Application Development sessions here → http://bit.ly/2zMcTJc Next ‘18 All Sessions playlist → http://bit.ly/Allsessions Subscribe to the Google Cloud channel! → http://bit.ly/NextSub
Creating a Local Development Environment for Kubernetes using MiniKube
 
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In this video tutorial, we will perform the required installations to create a running Kubernetes cluster locally using Minikube. We will then deploy an app using the Kubernetes CLI. Once done, we will explore the deployed application and environments. You can find the scripts used in the demo here - https://dotnetvibes.com/2018/04/26/local-development-environment-setup-for-kubernetes-using-minikube/
Views: 676 dotnetvibes
Mastering Ansible : Troubleshooting Ansible
 
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http://ytwizard.com/r/rJmyM3 http://ytwizard.com/r/rJmyM3 Mastering Ansible Exploit the power of Ansible to expedite scalable orchestration, DevOps, and automation
DjangoCon US 2018 - Containerless Django: Deploying without Docker by Peter Baumgartner
 
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DjangoCon US 2018 - Containerless Django: Deploying without Docker by Peter Baumgartner Docker or more generally, containers, are great for lots of use cases, but they don’t come for free. Container runtimes, network virtualization, orchestration platforms, and registries are all added to the stack. Like all software, they bring their own bugs and operational burden with them. For most Django sites, containers are a heavyweight solution to a lightweight problem. Despite the overhead, Docker gets a lot of things right. It makes it easy to generate an image of your application in a known state, test the image, pull the image down to your server, apply a specific configuration environment, and run it in a secure sandbox. But guess what? We can do all that without Docker! Using mostly “boring” software that is already a part of your server or development environment. I’ll walk you through each step of the pipeline and show you how to: Generate immutable deployment artifacts Test the artifact Deploy the artifact Sandbox your application to improve security Quickly rollback to a previous version
Views: 465 DjangoCon US
GitHub, Travis CI - Lecture 9 - CS50's Web Programming with Python and JavaScript
 
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00:00:00 - Introduction 00:00:38 - GitHub Classroom 00:08:38 - Creating a Branch 00:13:01 - Opening a Pull Request 00:17:19 - Deploying 00:44:36 - Travis CI 00:48:44 - Types of Tests 00:53:29 - Build 00:55:47 - Reproducibility 00:57:33 - Tidy Deploys 00:58:29 - Faster Development 00:59:27 - Automate all the things! 01:00:50 - CICD 01:01:51 - Travis Configurations 01:13:27 - Builds and Testing 01:15:31 - CICD in the Wild 01:17:03 - In Conclusion
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Continuous integration and delivery | E111
 
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Learn how to quickly get your app connected to a continuous integration and deployment pipeline by using Visual Studio App Center. We'll explore how to automate the entire app lifecycle. Build, test, distribute, and publish your iOS, Android, Windows, and macOS apps faster, and with more confidence.
What is the workspace of Jenkins
 
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What is the workspace of Jenkins - Find out more explanation for : 'What is the workspace of Jenkins' only from this channel. Information Source: google
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DEF CON 22 - Kyle Kelley and Greg Anderson - Is This Your Pipe? Hijacking the Build Pipeline.
 
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Slides Here; https://www.defcon.org/images/defcon-22/dc-22-presentations/Kelley-Anderson/DEFCON-22-Kyle-Kelley-Greg-Anderson-Is-this-your-pipe-Updated.pdf Is This Your Pipe? Hijacking the Build Pipeline. Kyle Kelley DEVELOPER SUPPORT ENGINEER, RACKSPACE Greg Anderson SOFTWARE SECURITY ENGINEER,RACKSPACE As developers of the web, we rely on tools to automate building code, run tests, and even deploy services. What happens when we're too trusting of CI/CD pipelines? Credentials get exposed, hijacked, and re-purposed. We'll talk about how often and what happens when people leak public cloud credentials, how some are protecting themselves using encrypted secrets, how to bypass protections against leaking decrypted secrets and how to turn their Jenkins into your own butler. Come hijack credentials out of repositories, steal hidden and encrypted secrets using builds, and hijack infrastructure via their continuous deployment. Kyle Kelley writes software, sneaks in security tomfoolery, and dabbles in as many open source projects as possible. During the day he writes code, builds systems, and helps developers with APIs and SDKs, infrastructure design, and not hanging themselves in the clouds. On the side he does ops and dev work for various open source projects, including their build infrastructure and public facing sites. He loves strange bugs. Greg Anderson is a Software Security Engineer at Rackspace. He likes to find different ways to poke things and watch them fall over. Breaking things in automation over large scale server deployments is his forte. Twitter: @rgbkrk GitHub: rgbkrk
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JAMstack Radio - Ep. #30, Probot with Bex Warner of GitHub Apps
 
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Subscribe in iTunes - https://itunes.apple.com/us/podcast/jamstack-radio/id1148797643 In episode 30 of JAMstack Radio, Brian is joined by fellow GitHub developer advocate Bex Warner to talk about Probot and the impact its automation tools are having on the GitHub community. For more developer focused content, visit https://www.heavybit.com/library
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Hybrid multi-cloud Infrastructure as Code using Terraform - BRK3043
 
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We deep dive into how to use Terraform across different clouds. This session describes how to build out Terraform infrastructure solutions using integrations with Visual Studio Code, CloudShell, Kubernetes, Kitchen, and Terraform Registry. Learn how you can contribute to the Azure Terraform community and influence Azure, whether you're a Terraform novice or a Go expert. We also offer a guide on when to use ARM templates and Terraform.
Views: 131 Microsoft Ignite
The Juju Show #7 - Say hello to JAAS
 
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Community news of the week Kubernetes webinar http://ubunt.eu/Pfkhzm Juju 2.1.0, and Conjure-up, are here! https://lists.ubuntu.com/archives/juju/2017-February/008643.html https://goo.gl/jcCZoc Bug tracking for the OpenStack Charms https://lists.ubuntu.com/archives/juju/2017-February/008659.html https://goo.gl/p151U3 Sandor Zeestraten asks: “I have a bundle with a mix of static and more dynamic configuration options such as secrets which I would like to keep separate (i.e. in a separate file, env variables, or pull from somewhere else like Vault). What would be a good approach to this?“ https://insights.ubuntu.com/2015/01/13/mojo-juju-service-orchestration-distilled/ https://goo.gl/R7sc2k https://insights.ubuntu.com/2015/01/20/mojo-juju-service-orchestration-distilled-part-2/ https://goo.gl/5GA8h6 https://insights.ubuntu.com/2015/02/03/mojo-juju-service-orchestration-distilled-part-3/ https://goo.gl/g0sEUB JAAS introduction with Jeff Pihach and Brad Crittenden https://jujucharms.com and sign in or start modeling to deploy juju register jimm.jujucharms.com #juju on Freenode IRC https://github.com/Canonicalltd/jujucharms.com New Charm CI workflow with Kevin Monroe CI on Pull Request Check out the readme at https://jujucharms.com/u/juju-solutions/cwr/
Views: 178 Juju
웹 서버 세팅 관리
 
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아직도 제대로 된 프로세스가 확실히 정립안됨 웹 서버 세팅 관리.. 그리고 일단 저의 해결법...
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Kubernetes Happy Hour : Cluster roles in RBAC
 
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Go over cluster roles in RBAC versus namespaces roles. When to use one versus the other, lessons learned
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RailsConf 2016 -  Real World Docker for the Rubyist by Jason Clark
 
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Real World Docker for the Rubyist by Jason Clark Docker’s gotten a lot of press, but how does it fare in the real world Rubyists inhabit every day? Together we’ll take a deep dive into how a real company transformed itself to run on Docker. We’ll see how to build and maintain Docker images tailored for Ruby. We’ll dig into proper configuration and deployment options for containerized applications. Along the way we’ll highlight the pitfalls, bugs and gotchas that come with such a young, fast moving platform like Docker. Whether you’re in production with Docker or just dabbling, come learn how Docker and Ruby make an awesome combination. Help us caption & translate this video! http://amara.org/v/Jdj1/
Views: 1388 Confreaks
Webcast • Drive By Contributions on GitHub
 
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Ever see an open source project but not really know how to help? In this session we'll be showing you how easy it is to ease both the tension of what to contribute to a project, and how to possibly make an open source maintainer's day. Get your first couple of contributions in just one short hour with Drive By Contributions. As always, leave us a comment below if you have any questions, and don't forget to subscribe: http://bit.ly/githubguides. Thanks! Connect with us. Facebook: http://fb.com/github Twitter: http://twitter.com/github and http://twitter.com/githubtraining Google+: http://google.com/+githubguides LinkedIn: http://linkedin.com/company/github About GitHub GitHub is the best place to share code with friends, co-workers, classmates, and complete strangers. Millions of people use GitHub to build amazing things together. For more info, go to http://github.com
Conférence vidéo sur un retour d'expérience sur l'utilisation de Maven 2 - 2
 
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Le 12 juillet, IMPROVE Mana et l'OSS-GTP ont organisé à La Défense, le MavenDay, avec la participation exceptionnelle de Jason Van Zyl, Leader du projet Maven, en voyage à travers toute l'Europe. La vidéo de cette série présentée par Fabrice Bellingard nous propose un retour d'expérience sur la décision d'utilisation de Maven chez un grand compte français. Les Vidéos sont au format MP4, en résolution 320x240. http://java.developpez.com/videos/mavenday2006/feedbackwithmaven2/
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Google Cloud Next Madrid '17- "Añadir contenedores a tu flujo de procesamiento de CI/CD"
 
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¿Cómo puedes desplegar tus aplicaciones en Kubernetes? Cuando se trata de administrar y desplegar contenedores, algunas preguntas se repiten con frecuencia. ¿Qué aspecto tiene un flujo de trabajo de desarrollo y despliegue en un entorno en contenedores? ¿Qué artefactos debo usar? ¿Cómo los creo? ¿Dónde los almaceno? En esta sesión, te guiaremos paso a paso a través del flujo de trabajo de desarrollo de aplicaciones en la nube con GCP, aprovechando las ventajas de Google Container Engine, Container Builder y Google Container Registry. Asimismo, tendrás la oportunidad de explorar aplicaciones nativas de la nube para sacar el máximo provecho a tus tareas de creación en GCP.

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