Happy to announce “Is My Commit Deployed?” functionality on Reliza Hub. Here is a familiar dialog:– Developer: I just committed the fix.– QA: I am testing on test and the fix is not there.– Developer: Then my fix is not deployed yet!– QA: ??? Now we have a way to check whether a specific commit… Continue reading Is My Commit Deployed?
In this tutorial I’m going to show how to build Continuous Delivery system with Helm and Reliza Hub. We are going to build CI/CD on top of Mafia Card Shuffle project. It is a very simple application that has UI and back-end microservices and uses Redis for persistent storage. Here is a quick overview of… Continue reading Helm CD with Reliza Hub: Complete Hands-On Tutorial
12 years ago I first came to Canada on a Work Permit doing a minimum wage QA job. I had my Journalism degree from a good Russian school, 1 year of management consulting experience and 7 years of recruitment experience in Moscow, 3 years of which I was running my own recruitment company. Why and… Continue reading My Self-Taught Tech Career
Happy to announce that Reliza Jenkins Integration Plugin is now available! What can it do? It provides easy-to-use withReliza wrapper for Jenkins pipelines. It abstracts a lot of release and artifact metadata details which would be submitted to Reliza Hub, such as commit and build timing. Previous Jenkins integration was possible with our Reliza CLI… Continue reading Reliza Jenkins Plugin and Remote Trigger
We recently launched Discord DevOps and DataOps Server. Please join new DevOps community here – https://discord.gg/UTxjBf9juQ. Bonus point – I’m monitoring this server all the time and will be replying to questions myself. So it’s a best way to reach out to me quickly.
We’ve recently completed automated push of Reliza Java Client (SDK) to Maven Central. It’s a Gradle project, so just want to note few things that took more time during this setup. First, we’re using newer maven-publish plugin. Then note publishing and signing sections in our build.gradle. Next, our actual build job is here. Note, that… Continue reading Publish Gradle Project to Maven Central via CI
We have recently extended Reliza Hub to support Automated QA functionality as a part of CI/CD pipeline. In this post I’m going to describe how we are dogfooding it. Setup – we have a set of behave tests (behave – is a python implementation of Cucumber BDD). Our stack is running on kubernetes, so the… Continue reading Automated Tests CI/CD Workflow With Reliza Hub
Traditionally at the year end I like to note most significant trends that I see unfolding in the DevOps world. I did not know about the level of disruption that Covid would cause when I put “Remote Asynchronous Workforce” on the last year’s list. As we now know this actually turned out to be the… Continue reading DevOps Trends for 2021
Pretty excited to announce a new feature we just added to Reliza Hub. As requested, it is now possible to choose deployment strategy per instance – that said to use either Individual or Bundled deployment strategy. You can switch between deployment types on the Instance screen, after expanding instance settings: Deployment types function as following:… Continue reading Reliza Hub: Individual vs Bundled deployments
The way we deploy software for the Web has come a long way from bare metal to VPCs to on-demand VMs with SOA to microservices. Latest big game in the DevOps world was container orchestration which is largely being won by Kubernetes and its ecosystem. What is coming next? I am starting to believe that… Continue reading DevOps Bundles – New Name of The Game