According to a recent IDC study , the worldwide DevOps software market reached $2.9 billion in 2017 and is forecasted to reach $6.6 billion in 2022. With over 50% of organizations embracing DevOps last year, continuous integration (CI) and continuous delivery (CD) have become an integral part of the software development process.
Your business is likely embarking on a DevOps transformation of its own. In this blog post, we will discuss CI/CD best practices that can help accelerate adoption no matter where you are in your DevOps journey.
But first, let’s take a step back and set the stage for…
By strict definition, a web server is a common subset of an application server.
A web server delivers static web content — e.g., HTML pages, files, images, video — primarily in response to hypertext transfer protocol (HTTP) requests from a web browser.
An application server typically can deliver web content too, but its primary job is to enable interaction between end-user clients and server-side application code — the code representing what is often called business logic — to generate and deliver dynamic content, such as transaction results, decision support, or real-time analytics. …
A web server accepts and fulfills requests from clients for static content (i.e., HTML pages, files, images, and videos) from a website. Web servers handle HTTP requests and responses only.
An application server exposes business logic to the clients, which generates dynamic content. It is a software framework that transforms data to provide the specialized functionality offered by a business, service, or application. Application servers enhance the interactive parts of a website that can appear differently depending on the context of the request.
The illustration below highlights the difference in their architecture:
The columns below summarize the key differences between…
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JAMstack sites are all the rage right now in the web dev world. And rightfully so! But what exactly is it and how can we all take advantage of its benefits?
Software developers work on a range of tasks, from pure coding to system-level design and troubleshooting. Much of an engineer’s time is spent “debugging” — that is, detecting and correcting errors and bugs in the code that cause the program to break or behave unexpectedly. Using a computer language is a lot like writing; understanding solid grammar usage and sentence construction are more important than memorizing the entire dictionary.
Most of the web and mobile features we now take for granted took incredible problem-solving ingenuity. Take Google’s auto-complete tool, for instance. This is a prediction feature in the Google search…
In order to follow this article, you must have Docker installed on your computer.
To install Docker Compose, open a Terminal and run the following command:
$ sudo curl -L “https://github.com/docker/compose/releases/download/1.24.1/
docker-compose-$(uname -s)-$(uname -m)” -o /usr/local/bin/docker-compose
Recently, there was some exciting news for developers around the world. Facebook changed the license of multiple libraries they develop. They switched from BSD-3+patents to a MIT.
That seems good, but what does it mean? What are the implications of different open source licenses?
This article will give you a quick understanding of the popular licenses. It will also teach you how to apply them to your open source projects on GitHub.
The most popular open source licenses have an important aspect in common. The Open Source Initiative (OSI) has approved them.
Stuck with TravisCI? Looking for a worthy alternative to GitLab CI? Here’s a guide on how to create a full CI pipeline publishing GitHub Packages, Codecov reports, releasing to Maven Central and GitHub, including dynamic commitlogs.
Part 1: GitHub Actions CI pipeline: GitHub Packages, Codecov, release to Maven Central & GitHub
Part 2: Publishing Docker images to GitHub Container Registry with GitHub Actions
Part 3: Stop re-writing pipelines! Why GitHub Actions drive the future of CI/CD
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