Simplifying cross-platform development with Docker

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Photo by Geralt from pixabay.com In configuration file hell? Take a look at Config, the easiest way to manage your application configuration across all your servers and environments. Development with Docker and containerize applications Docker is an open source project that has been helping organizations to develop and deploy their applications in a centralized and scalable architecture. The key to … Read More

Continuous Delivery

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Photo by diwou from pixabay.com In configuration file hell? Take a look at Config, the easiest way to manage your application configuration across all your servers and environments. Introduction In the day-to-day life of a team that develops software, new features are added to the current system, or existing ones are improved. So, delivering a new version is basically improving … Read More

DevOps – Difference between Continuous Integration, Delivery, and Deployment

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Photo by diwou from pixabay.com In configuration file hell? Take a look at Config, the easiest way to manage your application configuration across all your servers and environments. In DevOps times, the terms we hear most today are: Continuous Integration Continuous Delivery Continuous Deployment Like every fashion term, we often hear distorted explanations of what each practice is and what … Read More

DevOps and Agile Infrastructure

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Agile was an idea of ​​infrastructure optimization that inspired DevOps. Config is a tool for application configuration management that is in line with the DevOps philosophy. DevOps The IT environment is extremely complex, but this is no mystery. The mystery, in fact, was the delay in finding out why several teams, operating in this segment in common, do not work … Read More

Devops Tools and Configuration Management

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DevOps culture requires increased communication between teams of development, quality and operation. It also requires a centralized environment for the operation of DevOps practices automation cycle tools. Introduction Have you ever figured out how to manage thousands of machines or nodes on an enterprise infrastructure? And if you need to upgrade a software, will it go into each node? If … Read More

See how configuration management works in the DevOps world

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Configuration management is nothing more than a set of activities performed to manage changes in software. These activities are done by identifying what needs to be changed and also by establishing a relationship between the various technological artifacts. Also the definition of mechanisms to manage different versions, controlling and auditing what was modified, is part of the process.