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Continuous Security: Delivering Secure Apps on Kubernetes

In this post, I wanted to talk about the need to “shift left” continuous security practices with apps deployed to Kubernetes. This will...

Shipping to Kubernetes with CloudBees CodeShip

In this post I wanted to cover the why and some of the how of shipping apps to a Kubernetes cluster from the CloudBees CodeShip SaaS...

Kubernetes Without Servers

Previously, I have written about serverless, in that case I was focussing on Function as a Service: a way to break down your application...

The Kubernetes Oligopoly and Jenkins X

I have written previously about making use of the Big 3 Clouds for both build/test/deploy of apps but also as a desktop replacement for...

Don’t Install Development Tools!

…Use Jenkins X, DevPods and Kubernetes! I wrote previously about how you can be lazy and avoid installing Kubernetes (by letting cloud...

Serverless and Kubernetes: Serverless Isn't Processless

Hot on the heels of the rise of microservices is this new hot thing called serverless (sometimes called “Functions as a Service” or FaaS)...

Don't Install Kubernetes!

There are many ways to kick the tires of Kubernetes, or set it up for production. I have written previously about why it is of interest to...

Opinionated Kubernetes and Jenkins X

I recently wrote about how all the cloud platforms are all in Kubernetes and so are developers. It is an exciting time, but the problem for...

All-in on Kubernetes for Developers

Author: Michael Neale, cofounder, CloudBees - www.michaelneale.net (Twitter) Reading time: 1 coffee. Back in 2013, many developers had...

Introducing the (Experimental) Visual Pipeline Editor

As continuous delivery “goes mainstream”, whiteboards the world over are filling up with drawings of pipelines of software from source to...