CI/CD Tools & Implementations for DevOps
With a 20 year history of supporting open source languages for organizations both large and small, we’ve seen some common pitfalls that may be negatively impacting Continuous Integration and Continuous Delivery implementations.
How to Improve Your CI/CD Implementation
GitHub Actions’ CI/CD pipelines can speed up your builds with parallelized, multi-platform capabilities and caching. Learn how ActiveState tooling can optimize things even further.
Learn how to create a compliant Google Cloud Build pipeline while eliminating “works on my machine” issues with the ActiveState Platform.
Azure Pipelines is a good option for users that require CI/CD for their Windows or cross-platform applications. Learn how pre-built runtimes can make it more reliable and faster.
GitLab takes an integrated approach, providing different tools for all the phases of the software lifecycle, including CI/CD. Learn how to simplify your development workflow and CI/CD setup.
Appveyor is well known for its Windows support, but now also supports Linux and Mac. Learn how to eliminate the “works on my machine” problem, and simplify the setup of a more secure, consistent, up-to-date CI/CD pipeline.
Jenkins is often called the elder statesman of CI/CD, but you’re never too old to learn a new trick. Learn how ActiveState can improve reproducibility, ensure all your dependencies are accounted for, and do it all without introducing new artifacts to manage.
Improving Reproducibility & Transparency
Continuous Integration and Continuous Delivery or Deployment (CI/CD) is an agile software development best practice designed to enable more frequent and reliable code delivery. And if you’re building a commercial application, who wouldn’t want that? As a result, there are a large number of CI/CD vendors with various offerings, but no universal out-of-the-box approach exists. The content we’ve created delves deep into various DevOps tools like Azure, Google Cloud Build, GitHub Actions etc. and can help you avoid some common CI/CD Pitfalls like:
- Reproducibility – with more frequent code check-ins and deployments, any inconsistencies between dev, test, and production environments can introduce major stumbling blocks.
- Transparency – security and compliance issues that arise from a lack of provenance around open source language artifacts can also hold up the CI/CD chain.