Tag: DevOps

  • Migrating from CircleCI to Azure DevOps Pipelines

    Migrating from CircleCI to Azure DevOps Pipelines

      Recently when we migrated the CI/CD pipeline for a client’s application to Azure DevOps pipeline we were pleasantly surprised. The Original Setup with CircleCI But before we get into how we re-engineered the pipeline, let me take you through the original setup with CircleCI.  Each project repository has its own build pipeline and generates…

    Alex Knol
    | 22nd October 2018
  • Putting security into DevOps Practices

    DevOps: 7 Reasons to Automate Security in your Pipelines

    The DevSecOps Evolution: Incorporating Security into DevOps Practices According to IDC estimates, the worldwide DevOps software market achieved a level of $2.9 billion in 2017 and is forecast to reach $6.6 billion in 2022. Driven by the need for faster innovation, a shift towards microservices architectures, and the evolution of automation and collaboration tooling, the…

    David Gonzalez
    | 1st October 2018
  • Public Docker Registry in Kubernetes

    How to run a Public Docker Registry in Kubernetes

    Introduction As a member of NearForm’s DevOps team, I spend a lot of my time working with containers in Kubernetes. In the article, I will cover the creation of publicly accessible Docker Registry running in Kubernetes. For the sake of keeping things simple and short, I will use basic authentication for the registry and Kubernetes…

    Petr Kohut
    | 12th September 2018
  • Building Docker images in Golang

    Building Docker images in Go

    For the NearForm Node.js Docker distribution we we wanted to add some flexibility to our build process in order to be quicker to respond to changes in the ecosystem. We are currently using “make” to build the docker images which requires a configure step. Since these images never really get built anywhere else than in…

    Alex Knol
    | 10th September 2018
  • Zed Attack Proxy in a CI Pipeline?

    Adding Automated Penetration Testing to Continuous Integration Pipelines Testing, particularly around security, is a core part of the ethos of all nearForm development teams. In many organisations, penetration testing can often happen just before a product first pushes to production, and periodically thereafter. Penetration testing is performed by external teams and is focused on finding…

  • Securing Docker Containers on AWS

    Create an AWS Ubuntu AMI for securing docker containers

    Robb Dempsey
    | 23rd August 2017
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