Continuous Delivery, DevOps and Jenkins: Blog Topics

DevOps for Managers


Top DevOps Skills Developers and Managers Need for Success

Having the right skill set for any job is a key ingredient when it comes to setting yourself on your career path. In the DevOps world,...

Are You Really ‘Doing DevOps?’ Or is it Just DevOps Washing?

DevOps adoption is increasingly viewed as a requirement to remain competitive. DevOps happens at the epicenter of best practices in people...

Episode 53: Sam Newman Turns Up the Microservices Dial

In Episode 53 of DevOps Radio , host Andre Pino is joined by industry thought leader Sam Newman. Sam is an author, speaker and independent...

Serverless Web Apps with Knative Compared to AWS Lambda

This post originally appeared on LinkedIn and has been updated since. It’s hard to not be overwhelmed with the hype around serverless ; the...

What is DevOps?

From conferences to articles and books, the term DevOps has taken the IT world by storm. The buzz is understandable, as many IT groups are...
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Today I Learned: .gitconfig's includeIf

Today I Learned! (Yes, I am late to this party, but others may not even know of the party, so here goes anyway) Problem I want to have my...

Building and Running Your Own Serverless Apps on Jenkins X

I previously wrote about serverless apps (webapps, specifically) hosted on AWS Lambda versus Knative. Just to rehash in terms so simple it...

Serverless CI/CD Using Jenkins X and Spotinst’s Ocean

This is a guest blog post from Tsahi Duek, a solutions architect at Spotinst. Follow him on Twitter @TsahiDuek or send him an email at...

All You Need to Know About Jenkins X

Jenkins X is an open source project that offers automated CI/CD for cloud native applications on Kubernetes. Now over a year old and under...

Jenkins X - Specify Your Own Builder Within A Pipeline

There may be times when a Jenkins X Builder does not have the correct language version your app requires. How do you handle that? In this...
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