Continuous Integration and Continuous Deployment

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Speed up Maven builds in Tekton Pipelines

Speed up Maven builds in Tekton Pipelines

February 26, 2020

Tekton is an open source project that provides standard Kubernetes-style resources and building blocks for creating CI/CD pipelines that can run on any Kubernetes. Tekton does this by introducing a number of custom resource definitions (CRD) such as Pipeline, Task, and ClusterTask to provide a language and structure for defining delivery pipelines as shown in […]

Continuous integration with GDB Buildbot

Continuous integration with GDB Buildbot

February 17, 2020

Continuous integration is a hot topic these days, and the GNU Project Debugger is keeping up with the trend. Who better to serve as a role model for tracking and exterminating bugs than a debugger? The GDB Buildbot started as a pet project back in 2014 but is now an integral part of the development […]

Using secrets in Kafka Connect configuration

Using secrets in Kafka Connect configuration

February 14, 2020

Kafka Connect is an integration framework that is part of the Apache Kafka project. On Kubernetes and Red Hat OpenShift, you can deploy Kafka Connect using the Strimzi and Red Hat AMQ Streams Operators. Kafka Connect lets users run sink and source connectors. Source connectors are used to load data from an external system into […]

Vault IDs in Red Hat Ansible and Red Hat Ansible Tower

Vault IDs in Red Hat Ansible and Red Hat Ansible Tower

January 30, 2020

This article demonstrates the use of multiple vault passwords through vault IDs. You will learn how to use vault IDs to encrypt a file and a string. Once they’re encrypted, the vault ID can be referenced inside a playbook and used within Red Hat Ansible and Red Hat Ansible Tower. Starting with Ansible 2.4 and […]

How to maintain stable build and deployment performance on Red Hat OpenShift

How to maintain stable build and deployment performance on Red Hat OpenShift

January 23, 2020

In this article, I will introduce helpful, common tips for managing reliable builds and deployments on Red Hat OpenShift. If you have experienced a sudden performance degradation for builds and deployments on OpenShift, it might be helpful to troubleshoot your cluster. We will start by reviewing the whole process, from build to deployment, and then […]

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