Pages classified as Continous Delivery

Automate Java Dev Setup | IntelliJ | Maven | Cargo

You want to automate the provisioning of a Java Web (REST) development stack. We will employ Maven, IntelliJ, Cargo, Tomcat, Selinium on either a Windows or Linux platform. The resulting application must be buildable and runnable inside IntelliJ, by Jenkins, and on the Windows and Linux command lines. Provisioning a Stack for Java WebApp Development You can use Chocolatey to

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DevOps | 7 Steps to Automate a Delivery Pipeline

The 7 DevOps Interactions that Automate Software Delivery No other website provides a detailed guide on how to automate your entire software delivery pipeline. DevOps is what Google, Amazon and Twitter use to deliver working software once, (sometimes twice) a day. It is also known as Continuous Delivery – and the point is to automate the software delivery pipeline –

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How to Install Nexus on Ubuntu 16.04

If you manage more than one JAVA module – you’ll need Nexus. Nexus works best alongside JAVA (.jar, .ear, .war) or Groovy or Scala software a Jenkins Continuous Integration Server (or Continuum or Hudson) a Maven or ANT or SBT or Gradle build management tool Before installing your Nexus repository – come see ours, in the flesh. see our Nexus

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How to Install Jenkins 2 on Ubuntu 16.04

This is about installing Jenkins 2 on Linux. (the process is similar for Windows installs). Our Jenkins2 Installation Before installing Jenkins2 – glance at our Jenkins2 Continuous Integration Server.   What Jenkins is Made Of Jenkins is a continuous integration server and needs everything a middleware service needs. It’s a JAVA web application so in theory you can drop a

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