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Having reliable pipelines to build, test, compile and ship your products are, in my opinion, the backbone of a software organisation. Having good developers is one thing but if you don't have the pipe that gets that product "out there" for the customers to see as soon as humanly possible then you ha Read more...

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Yesterday we, in Alfresco DevOps, successfully released our new control system for the creation, deployment, allocation and management of Alfresco CS (Content Services) Trials.These trials last for two weeks, allowing you the ability to experience ACS before committing to a purchase.All you need to Read more...

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As of yesterday, we opened up two repositories.Firstly our in-development Online Trial Serverless Architecture. This can be found at GitHub - Alfresco/online-trials-architecture This new system is a replacement of our current deployment method and revolutionizes our present approaches to deployments Read more...

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This article was originally posted in my personal blog here.SCAP (Security Content Automation Protocol) provides a mechanism to check configurations, vulnerability management and evaluate policy compliance for a variety of systems. One of the most popular implementations of SCAP is OpenSCAP and it i Read more...

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Delivery Pipelines; When you think pipeline you usually think "I put something in one end and get something out of the other". True, but it's what happens whilst in the "pipe" thats the exciting bit. You can add as many or few gateways/checkpoints/hurdles as you believe is possible. Whatever you fee Read more...

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By Martin Whittington, Software Engineer DevOps. 7th July 2015Disclaimer: This work and the technologies are not related to any Alfresco products.There isn’t a great deal of documentation or “best practices” that best describes how ReactJS could or can even receive updates via web-sockets.I trawled Read more...

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By Martin Whittington, Software Engineer DevOps. 23rd July 2015Disclaimer: This work and the technologies are not related to any Alfresco productsI claim to be a full-stack developer. I’m happy to work on UI all the way back to server side code. But working on what I call the “OS” layer is something Read more...

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Cloudformation is wonderful. Its a wonderful way of designing your infrastructure with code (JSON, YAML). But it does have its limitations and there is feature disparity between the template DSL and the AWS cli. Considering the work that's gone into implementing this system, I'm not surprised but it Read more...

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Docker is really under the spotlight at the moment so we had a look at it to determine how it could help in our Continuous Integration (CI) pipeline.This article intends to show where we started and what the benefits we are getting from Docker. Our infrastructure:Bamboo CI Server16 Linux build agent Read more...

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