In this Chalk Talk Session we'll hear Maya, our VP of Product, talk about integrating Quali's Cloud Sandboxes with CI/CD tools like Jenkins Pipeline.Read more >
Modern release management teams pride themselves on setting up a seamless workflow for continuous integration and delivery. However, continuous testing – which is one of the most critical components of the workflow is often taken for granted or marginalized without clear ownership leading to impediments in quality. With the advent of DevOps and the movement to break down silos between developers and operations, it becomes critically important that all members of an IT team - regardless of what tools they use, or role they play - understand the essentials of continuous testing.Read more >
The rise of CI/CD adoption in the enterprise has been one of the major trends that has fueled the adoption of container technologies like Docker and Kubernetes. Containerization and advanced orchestration go hand-in-hand with the rapid iterations of CI/CD-based development.
This webinar will cover why CI/CD tools like Jenkins and Kubernetes platforms like CoreOS Tectonic are a perfect match. We will also describe common integration patterns, how to configure the Jenkins Plugin for Kubernetes, and show how to build advanced deployment pipelines with Jenkinsfiles.
Introducing security testing technology into the CI/CD pipeline can often affect the throughput of the pipeline due to the time in which it takes to complete.
Join this webinar to understand:
•Where in the pipeline is best to introduce security testing
•How to handle security exceptions
•How to adjust security testing tools based on critical applications
This is the second webinar in the Artifactory Training series. Learn about the benefits of using JFrog Artifactory Pro as the system of record for your CI/CD pipeline. We will also review how to leverage built in, and custom metadata in your build information, to ensure that product builds are fully reproducible and traceable. See demos of JFrog Artifactory Pro integrations with common Dev and Ops tools.
Who should attend:
Developers and DevOps engineers who are looking to speed up their release management process without sacrificing accuracy and traceability.
Introduction to JFrog Artifactory Webinar
This video is the second part of the CI/CD demo on OpenShift. In this video we will go through how a code change is propagated through the delivery pipeline and how we can prevent bad code to reach upper environments through automated unit tests and code analysis. Furthermore, we will look at developer workflow in Eclipse and JBoss Developer Studio and how to interact with OpenShift on the developer workstation.
Check out part I to learn how to setup the CI/CD infrastructure on OpenShift: https://www.brighttalk.com/webcast/14777/232569
In this video we will explore how to setup a CI/CD infrastructure on OpenShift by provisioning Jenkins as CI engine, Gogs as git server, Sonatype Nexus as repository manager and SonarQube for static code analysis in containers.
Furthermore, we will create a delivery pipeline using the new DSL-based Jenkins Pipeline plugin to build, test and deploy a sample application and promote it to upper environments.
This first part of the demo will focus on the environment setup.
Part II: https://www.brighttalk.com/webcast/14777/234807
Concourse is an open source continuous integration (CI) system designed for agile development teams. It supports developers that practice test-driven development and continuous delivery (CD) by automating a teams build-to-release process inclusive of all automated testing.
Concourse provides dependable results for each build run. It allows agile development teams to deliver business value at a much higher velocity. It allows teams to treat every code commit as if it’s about to be deployed to production.
In this webinar, we’ll talk about how teams’ practice agile development in relation to developing, testing and deploying apps in Cloud Foundry. We’ll also cover the role that Concourse plays in aiding high velocity delivery of applications.
Our agenda includes:
- What is CI / CD and how do these practices fit into Pivotal's development practices
- Overview of Concourse and how it differs from other CI / CD systems
- Why Pipelines are useful for continuously delivering apps to Pivotal Cloud Foundry
- Why containers are useful for continuously delivering apps to Pivotal Cloud Foundry
- Examples of how these concepts work in practice
- How to get started using Concourse to continuously deliver value
We thank you in advance for joining us.
The Pivotal Team
Wer Continuous Delivery macht, muss Testing und Testdaten-Management neu denken.
Viele Firmen entwickeln heute bereits agil. In der Continuous Integration wird der Code täglich neu kompiliert und mit Unit-Tests getestet. Doch danach ist Schluss. Testing und Release bedeuten immer noch hohen manuellen Aufwand. Trotz der agilen Entwicklung wird nur zweimal pro Jahr released.
Wenn wir Continuous Delivery einen Schritt weiter treiben wollen, müssen wir nicht nur Komponenten, sondern ganze Systeme automatisiert testen. Hierfür brauchen wir Testumgebungen. Und Testdaten. Tonnenweise Testdaten. Manuelles Testdaten-Management reicht hier nicht, aus.
Bei der Analyse der Testdatenanforderungen stellen wir fest, dass wir falsch testen. Einige Datenkonstellationen werden gar nicht getestet, andere dafür doppelt und x-fach. Denn wenn wir den Code verändern, ändern wir nicht die Testfälle, sondern wir fügen einfach neue hinzu.
Wir müssen nicht nur das Testdaten-Management, sondern auch die Art, wie wir testen, radikal neu denken.
IPT und CA zeigen im Webinar wie modernes Testcase Design und Testdaten Management Qualität und Geschwindigkeit in der Softwareentwicklung positiv beeinflussen können.
Denn nur so kommen wir einen Schritt weiter in Richtung Continuous Delivery.
Pavi Ramamurthy manages the security ecosystem at LinkedIn as a Senior Information Security Manager. The Security Ecosystem team holds much of the responsibility for software security at the firm, including: software security training, awareness, bug herding, application vulnerability response, program management, and security positioning for partners and customers. Pavi has over 20 years of experience in software engineering and development, coupled with 10 years of hands on security experience. She has also worked in various capacities at VMware, Determina, Vitria Technology, and 3Com. Pavi holds an MS in Computer Engineering from Santa Clara University and she lives in Silicon Valley with her family.
Listen as Pavi and Gary discuss whether a background in development makes you a better software security resource, CI/CD, security testing, the role that office hours play in software security awareness, and more.
In episode 2 of our series on automating network configuration, we will dive deeper into the how-to's for managing an automated network in production. We'll walk you through the model of CI/CD (Continuous Integration / Continuous Delivery), including deploying changes with more confidence than you could before. We'll show you how Cumulus Linux simplifies much of automation thanks to simplifications and innovations in configuration from CLAG to Open Shortest Path First (OSPF) and Border Gateway Protocol (BGP). Come prepared for a lively webinar with real-time demos and active audience participation.Read more >
Want to deploy an enterprise-grade Cloud solution without the headaches? Check out this joint webinar from Intel / Supermicro / Canonical on how to design, build and manage your OpenStack or Kubernetes with the Supermicro platform and value added services from Canonical.
You will also learn about some of the most common use cases for Kubernetes and OpenStack: Machine Learning, NFV, CI / CD, and Transcoding.
Supermicro’s solutions offer highly scalable Ultra Enterprise Servers that can have up to 44 Cores, 3TB of memory, high performance NVMe storage on each node, and support for a wide variety of workloads. The solutions also support networking options such as SFP+, 10GBASE-T, 40G and InfiniBand, making them an ideal choice for Canonical’s Foundation cloud deployments.
Using these Supermicro servers, we have built a hyper-converged solution stack that has been tested and validated in Supermicro labs. Customers can choose a best-in class hardware platform with OIL validation, the leading production OS for OpenStack deployments and networking overlay delivered as a fully managed service. Using Juju, the application and service-modeling tool, foundation cloud customers can integrate the infrastructure and operations that they need.
Join Arturo Suarez from Canonical, Srini Bala from Supermicro, and Michael J. Kadera from Intel as they explore a rich landscape of opportunities that combines Juju on Supermicro’s certified platforms to help you tackle the challenges of building and maintaining complex microservices based solutions like OpenStack and Kubernetes.
Presented by Roni Dover, Architect at Quali
Using unique examples filled with humor and day to day simple anecdotes of his dog, Pushkin, Roni manages to explain in a simple language to the average person: How releases, data and PaaS services can become one repeatable, testable Sandbox.
In this webinar you will learn:
1. What triggers a DevOps journey?
2. What tools, processes and technologies to embrace?
3. Quali learnings, how our processes and tools have evolved to address our challenges
4. Top DevOps Use-cases and Benefits - Customer feedback
5. The road ahead – where we see us and the industry evolving?
Quali’s CloudShell has become the de-facto cloud sandbox software platform for a variety of use-cases ranging from DevOps automation, continuous testing, cyber ranges, lab-as-a-service, hybrid cloud, demo and POC compliance and many more. With hundreds of marquee customers worldwide, it continues to add new capabilities that significantly increase Dev/Test productivity and innovation velocity while lowering costs. Release 8.0 expands upon these capabilities focusing on a multi-cloud offering with “one-click” cloud deployment paths for Microsoft Azure and OpenStack. It also includes Ansible integration.
Quali’s VP of Engineering, Edan Evantal, shares what’s under the hood of Release 8.0 and provides a no-BS engineer’s perspective.
Fast and accurate quality verification is important in every release of software—whether your organization releases software several times a day or once a year—and automated testing is the best way to do it. But if automated tests can’t be trusted, they'll prevent the adoption of DevOps and continuous delivery. So what’s the best way to test software releases?
Watch this webcast to learn how Red Hat® JBoss® Middleware can help you:
- Write fast and reliable automated tests for Java™ applications
- Use automated functional testing frameworks
- Automate regression testing to identify performance problems
1) Accelerated, error-free builds
Agile development creates more frequent builds. A CD platform that optimizes and parallelizes large builds across hundreds, or even thousands of cores is good. A solution that automatically detects dependencies to eliminate broken builds is even better.
2) Faster feedback
You shouldn’t have to wait until builds or tests are 100% complete before receiving feedback. A CD platform that allows real-time drill-down into warnings and errors as they occur give helps eliminate wasted time and CPU cycles.
3) Bulletproof and painless processes
CD isn’t continuous if jobs in flight are lost when a CI server goes own; or when it takes days for QA machines to be provisioned; or when deployments fail because of differences between QA and production. A CD platform should automate and normalize the build, test and deploy process across ANY environment (public, private or hybrid) with 1-click simplicity.
Foreign banks are increasingly looking to diversify their financing options. With careful planning, they can access US investors without subjecting themselves to the securities registration requirements applicable to public offerings, or the ongoing disclosure and governance requirements applicable to US reporting companies.
Speakers on this webinar will explain how non-US banks can pursue these funding avenues.
- Issuances exempt from registration under rule 144A;
- Issuances that rely on registration exceptions provided by Securities Act section 3(a)(2) for securities offered or guaranteed by banks;
- Setting up a rule 144A or bank note programme for straight debt;
- Issuing covered bonds in reliance on rule 144A or Section 3(a)(2);
- Yankee CD programmes; and
- Banking and securities regulatory requirements to consider before setting up an issuance programme.
- Brad Berman, Morrison & Foerster
- Jerry Marlatt, Morrison & Foerster
- Jack McSpadden, Citigroup
- Laura Drumm, Citigroup
- Danielle Myles, IFLR (moderator)
California and New York CLE credit will be offered for this webinar
CI/CD tools like Jenkins enable development teams to deliver software faster. To prevent containers with either high-risk vulnerabilities or compliance violations making it to production, it’s important to integrate automated compliance and vulnerability monitoring that can check, alert on and fail builds. By detecting and remediating security risks early, you reduce overall risk, minimize costly rework, and reduce the effort of downstream security checks.
Join Twistlock Solution Architect Matthew Barker to see how Twistlock integrates directly into Jenkins to improve your risk and compliance posture without slowing down development.
In this session our DevOps engineering expert will provide a demonstration of the vRealize Code Stream Management Pack for IT DevOps (vRCS MP), a.k.a. Houdini. This product allows the Cloud Admin to design, test, and execute DevOps processes for Software-Defined Infrastructure content through continuous integration/delivery (CI/CD) process.
By adding Content Endpoints into the vRCS MP such as vSphere, vRealize Automation/Operations/Orchestrator content (metadata) can subsequently be captured and versioned in the Xenon Repository, tested in a staging environment and then released to the target (test, staging, or production) environments in a single request.
Join this webcast to:
-See a brief installation of vRCS MP
-Capture content from vRA/vRO & show how artifacts (based on JSON) are saved to Xenon Repository
-Test content to staging
-CI/CD: Release content to production
-Recapture & rollback
As organisations use CI/CD pipelines to build, test and deploy software at ever increasing speed it becomes imperative that the software supply chain should be secured to prevent the deployment of code of unknown provenance or with known vulnerabilities. In this webinar we will examine this topic from the following perspectives:
1. Ensuring that a ‘chain of custody’ is maintained from source control through to deployed production code.
2. Understanding how software components and artefacts are introduced into the supply chain.
3. Best practices for controlling and assessing third party components in the supply chain.
This webinar will cover the best-of-breed Kubernetes implementation packages available from Canonical.
Launching a foray in the world of containers can be daunting, considering the variety of commercial and open source technologies available. Canonical is at the forefront of container orchestration with the Canonical Distribution of Kubernetes, and has taken the guesswork out of deploying and operating production-grade Kubernetes clusters.
What will be covered:
- Kubernetes Explorer - a production-grade implementation of Kubernetes in a cloud environment with hands-on web-based training
- Kubernetes Discoverer - a more advanced package that also includes bare metal infrastructure, CI/CD workflow and hands-on in-person training
- Kubernetes Add-on custom options - from custom monitoring to disaster recovery, there are options to cover your enterprise needs
Are containers & Docker secure? We look at best practices across their lifecycle, including image scanning within CI/CD process, container OS hardening, and orchestration security with Kubernetes. Guest speaker is Izak Mutlu, former CISO at Salesforce.Read more >