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New: Terraform vs env0

terraform vs env0

We’ve made a detailed comparison table of Terraform vs env0 (including Terraform self-hosted and Terraform Cloud) so you can quickly see what you have in one you cannot find in the other one (and vice versa). If you want to get the updated table send us an email: iac@almtoolbox.com We support and represent both tools […]

What’s New in GitLab 14.5

GitLab 14.5 was released yesterday and we’ve just made two updated lists of GitLab features All NEW features (since June 2018) separated by editions, release, popularity, stages and more (so you can easily filter it out by your preferred criteria) ALL GitLab Features separate by editions, categories, documentation and more (so you can quickly find out what’s in one edition VS another edition) We made this […]

Join our Workshop: Vault + Zero Trust Security

Date: Tuesday, November 30th Time: 9:00 am – 13:00 pm GMT How to Achieve Scalable, Dynamic Security Across Clouds Join this four-hour hands-on workshop to gain a better understanding of zero trust, identity-based security hands-on workshop. During this session, participants will learn about the HashiCorp security model which is predicated on the principle of identity-based […]

Join GitLab Security Workshop!

Date: Wednesday, December 1st Time: 9:00 am – 12:00 pm EST Join this three hour hands-on workshop to gain a better understanding of how GitLab’s security offering helps inject security measures earlier in your development cycle. Rapid iterations in DevOps strategy, along with a host of new tools, can make an application security program seem […]

How to Prevent Data Leaks if Hackers Get Access to your Database?

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Every week we hear about the latest website to get hacked, and hackers getting access to another database with consumers’ personal data inside. Just in the last week there have been numerous reports of hacking, including stealing the medical records of 290,000 patients of the “Mor Medical Institute,” and releasing data of 1 million subscribers […]

What’s New in GitLab 14.4

GitLab 14.4 was released yesterday and we’ve just made two updated lists of GitLab features All NEW features (since June 2018) separated by editions, release, popularity, stages and more (so you can easily filter it out by your preferred criteria) ALL GitLab Features separate by editions, categories, documentation and more (so you can quickly find out what’s in one edition VS another edition) We made this automatically […]

Watch our Webinar: Getting the most out of Terraform and Terragrunt using env0

Next week we are hosting env0 company to discuss advance aspects of Infrastructure as code, CI/CD and provisioning in cloud computing. Webinar is free of charge (space is limited). Getting the most out of Terraform and Terragrunt using env0 and Ask me Anything We are hosting Tim Davis, DevOps Advocate at env0 Company, to discuss […]

Join our LIVE Webinar: End-to-end Database CI/CD with Jira, GitLab and DBmaestro

Next week we are hosting the CTO of DBmaestro to discuss different aspects of CI/CD for databases. Webinar is free of charge (space is limited) End-to-end Database CI/CD with Jira, GitLab CI and DBmaestro  We are hosting Yaniv Yehuda, CTO and Co-founder in DBmaestro Company, to discuss how you can utilize Jira, GitLab CI and DBmaestro […]

What’s New in GitLab 14.3

GitLab 14.3 was released yesterday and we’ve just made two updated lists of GitLab features All NEW features (since June 2018) separated by editions, release, popularity, stages and more (so you can easily filter it out by your preferred criteria) ALL GitLab Features separate by editions, categories, documentation and more (so you can quickly find out what’s in one edition VS another edition) We made this automatically […]

Database Dry Run with DBmaestro

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In this article we explain what is a database dry run and how DBmaestro can help you get the most out of it.   What is “Dry Run” Every DBA knows the concerns when it is time to deploy to production. Will it work? Will it break something? Nobody wants to fix bugs while the […]