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How to secure Terraform code with Trivy
Learn how Trivy can be used to secure your Terraform code and integrated into your development workflow.
The Lazy Game Dev's Guide to Automation
Recorded session at the Nordic Game conference, Malmö, May 2023
Supporting GitLab CI with custom tools in containers
How to Compile and Deploy Custom CI Tools via Docker images in GitLab
How to optimise GitLab CI runtime environments using custom Docker images
Create purposeful CI environments using Docker to optimise your CI pipelines
Keep your pipelines simple, stupid
Build pipelines like GitHub Actions, GitLab CI/CD and ol’ Jenkins have become ubiquitous these last few years. While they are certainly useful, it’s surprisingly easy to burn your fingers on them. Here’s my three rules to keep pipelines more manageable.
How to Debug Failing Build Agent Pods in Kubernetes-enabled Jenkins
A step-by-step process for debugging failing Jenkins Build Agent Pods in Kubernetes.
What is GitOps anyway?
In this episode of The Verifa Podcast, Jacob and Andreas get into a deep discussion about GitOps, how it works, and its applications and benefits.
How to know your code is always in a releasable state
Getting started with Jenkins Config as Code
How to run JCasC without using an orchestrator.
Getting started with Jenkins Pipelines
How to develop an effective CI process
The C and C++ Package Manager
Conan is an open source project for managing software components (or packages) for C and C++. Supporting C and C++ packages requires a flexible model, especially to allow packages to be pre-compiled into binaries, and Conan really hits the mark. This blog gives a short introduction to Conan and how it could help your project.