Tag: DevSecOps

  • 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
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    Building a Transparent Proxy in AWS VPC with Terraform and Squid

    In this article I’m going to be setting up an example network and deploying a transparent proxy to it. To make this repeatable and to show exactly how it can be deployed in AWS VPC, I am using Terraform. Terraform is an excellent tool for describing and automating cloud infrastructure. All of the terraform code…

    Karl Hopkinson-Turrell
  • Comparing NPM Audit with SNYK

    At nearForm, we specialize in building practical software solutions for our clients. A part of designing and building a modern solution is making it secure. In today’s world where almost everything is connected and operated by computers, adding security on-top, as an afterthought no longer works. As software architects and engineers, we also focus on…

    Igor Shmukler
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