With Argo and GitOps Ascending, Continuous Software Delivery Demands a Major Open Source Commitment
The advent of microservices has afforded us tremendous agility in how we build and deploy cloud native software, and the open-source community’s focus on continuous improvement and innovation is manifesting in some really interesting ways.
Codefresh 2020 Predictions: DevOps Trends for 2020
The DevOps community has a lot to look forward to in 2020, especially as Continuous Integration/Continuous Deployment (CI/CD) tools make great gains. CI/CD software is the backbone of the modern DevOps environment and bridges the gap between development and operations teams by automating build, test, and deployment of applications. At Codefresh, we predict the following eight DevOps trends will take root in 2020.
Codefresh to chuck 100 million reasons to develop open source at huddled dev masses
Kubecon 2019 CI/CD darling Codefresh took to the high seas of Kubecon to announce that it would be flinging $100m at the open-source ecosystem, as well as adding a free tier for its Kube-friendly pipeline tech.
GitHub gets a CI/CD service
Microsoft’s GitHub today launched the beta of a new version of GitHub Actions with full continuous integration and delivery (CI/CD) capabilities built right into the service. General availability is planned for November 13. The company also today announced that it now has more than 40 million developers on its platform.
How to deliver software faster
Data from a new survey by Codefresh exposed the relentless pressure, with 32 percent reporting they were not using any CI/CD tools at all, and about 60 percent agreeing that their organizations are “not using the right amount of automation to enable individual developers to increase velocity, including DevOps, Dan Garfield, Chief Technology Evangelist for Codefresh recently answered some questions for us about the survey and the over-arching theme of code delivery.
Engineering Teams are struggling because they're missing the right automation
Data from a new survey by Codefresh exposes the relentless pressure, with 32 percent reporting they were not using any CI/CD tools at all, and about 60 percent agreeing that their organizations are "not using the right amount of automation to enable individual developers to increase velocity."