On-demand builds on GitHub Actions with Reliza

10 days ago I published an article how we integrate Reliza Hub with GitHub Actions and ArgoCD for continuous delivery to Kubernetes. Today I am going to improve the approach described there with a new feature we just added to Reliza Hub. The feature is on-demand builds for GitHub Actions that would run on new… Continue reading On-demand builds on GitHub Actions with Reliza

You Can Now Book 30-min Reliza Hub Demo With Me

Use this link to book no-strings-attached 30-minute Reliza Hub demo with me. I’ll use the first 15 minutes to give you brief overview of the platform and its capabilities. Feel free to use the remaining time to discuss DevOps or Software Productivity issues in your organization or ask any questions you may have. It will… Continue reading You Can Now Book 30-min Reliza Hub Demo With Me

Wrote a Medium article how we are using Reliza Hub with GitHub Actions and ArgoCD

This is about using Reliza Hub for Kubernetes CICD pipeline. Key problem we are trying to help with is managing different versions and permutations of versions of microservices. The article can be found here: https://medium.com/@taleodor/building-kubernetes-cicd-pipeline-with-github-actions-argocd-and-reliza-hub-e7120b9be870

From DevOps to GoalOps

By now you are probably tired of all the different ways how we may call Software Operations. ITIL, Agile, DevOps, DevSecOps – and then quite a few more recent ones like NoOps, AllOps, AIOps, MLOps, GitOps, DataOps… I know I missed a few. So why on earth we need “GoalOps”? Surprisingly, modern software development deviated… Continue reading From DevOps to GoalOps

Approvals for any CI CD in Reliza Hub – Demo Video

As we are working with Reliza Hub to make it useful to both Technical and Business teams, we have just launched a new feature: approvals for any CI/CD DevOps or DevSecOps pipeline out there. Here is a demo video that I recorded. Would very much appreciate any feedback on YouTube:

Lego World – No One DevOps Solution Fits All

I was entertaining the idea of Lego-style DevOps software for quite a while now. I wanted to write about this pretty much after success of my previous post about microservices, but then the whole situation with the virus started to unfold – which led me to a bit of paralysis. Today I’m trying to break… Continue reading Lego World – No One DevOps Solution Fits All