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Manage Jenkins agents with Kubernetes native PodTemplate

Jenkins has great integration with Kubernetes. No matter the controller or agents, they all work well in Kubernetes Pods. Configuration as Code is an awesome idea. People don’t need to open the UI page of Jenkins again and again. We can put all the system configuration into a git repository. You might already feel tired Read more about Manage Jenkins agents with Kubernetes native PodTemplate[…]

Expanding Open Source in Africa

Open source software has changed software development. Companies readily use open source as a key part of their software development and delivery. Open source operating systems dominate cloud computing operating systems. Open source JavaScript libraries and frameworks like Angular, Vue.js, and React are key components in web applications. Open source Java libraries and frameworks like Read more about Expanding Open Source in Africa[…]

Blog: Kubernetes Removals and Major Changes In 1.25

Authors: Kat Cosgrove, Frederico Muñoz, Debabrata Panigrahi As Kubernetes grows and matures, features may be deprecated, removed, or replaced with improvements for the health of the project. Kubernetes v1.25 includes several major changes and one major removal. The Kubernetes API Removal and Deprecation process The Kubernetes project has a well-documented deprecation policy for features. This Read more about Blog: Kubernetes Removals and Major Changes In 1.25[…]

Graviton Fast Start – A New Program to Help Move Your Workloads to AWS Graviton

With the Graviton Challenge last year, we helped customers migrate to Graviton-based EC2 instances and get up to 40 percent price performance benefit in as little as 4 days. Tens of thousands of customers, including 48 of the top 50 Amazon Elastic Compute Cloud (Amazon EC2) customers, use AWS Graviton processors for their workloads. In Read more about Graviton Fast Start – A New Program to Help Move Your Workloads to AWS Graviton[…]

Blog: Spotlight on SIG Docs

Author: Purneswar Prasad Introduction The official documentation is the go-to source for any open source project. For Kubernetes, it’s an ever-evolving Special Interest Group (SIG) with people constantly putting in their efforts to make details about the project easier to consume for new contributors and users. SIG Docs publishes the official documentation on kubernetes.io which Read more about Blog: Spotlight on SIG Docs[…]

New – Run Visual Studio Software on Amazon EC2 with User-Based License Model

Today we are announcing the general availability of license-included Visual Studio software on Amazon Elastic Cloud Compute (Amazon EC2) instances. You can now purchase fully compliant AWS-provided licenses of Visual Studio with a per-user subscription fee. Amazon EC2 provides preconfigured Amazon Machine Images (AMIs) of Visual Studio Enterprise 2022 and Visual Studio Professional 2022. You Read more about New – Run Visual Studio Software on Amazon EC2 with User-Based License Model[…]

New – AWS Skill Builder Subscriptions

Today, I am excited to announce AWS Skill Builder Individual and Team subscriptions. This is a new way for you to learn about cloud technologies and get practical experience with hands-on training. Between 2013 and 2016, I spent three years delivering AWS Training classes to customers in Europe, North America, and Asia. At the time, Read more about New – AWS Skill Builder Subscriptions[…]

Naively Building Android Apps with Jenkins. Not Natively, Naively. – DevOps World 2022

This is a speaker blogpost for a DevOps World 2022 talk in Orlando, Florida Come join me at DevOps World 2022 for “Naively Building Android Apps with Jenkins. Not Natively, Naively.”, a talk about my journey with Jenkins while trying to build and publish Android applications without prior Jenkins knowledge. I’ve been tinkering with various Read more about Naively Building Android Apps with Jenkins. Not Natively, Naively. – DevOps World 2022[…]

AWS Week in Review – August 1, 2022

AWS re:Inforce returned to Boston last week, kicking off with a keynote from Amazon Chief Security Officer Steve Schmidt and AWS Chief Information Security officer C.J. Moses: Be sure to take some time to watch this video and the other leadership sessions, and to use what you learn to take some proactive steps to improve Read more about AWS Week in Review – August 1, 2022[…]

Peeling back the layers and understanding automation mesh

Red Hat Ansible Automation Platform 2 features an awesome new way to scale out your automation workloads: automation mesh.  If you are unfamiliar with automation mesh, I highly recommend reading Craig Brandt’s blog post What’s new: an introduction to automation mesh which outlines how automation mesh can simplify your operations and scale your automation globally.  Read more about Peeling back the layers and understanding automation mesh[…]