Archive for the ‘DevOps’ Category

What are Differences of SonarQube Editions?

Last update: March 2022 I’m frequently asked what the differences are between SonarQube versions. From the questions it is clear that the licensing options are not so clear and quite confusing, so I decided to write down the essential points and help make things right. Legend Core differences What’s in the Community Edition? Developer Edition […]

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New: 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 […]

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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 […]

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Database Dry Run with DBmaestro

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 […]

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New: VOD Library of DevOps Webinars

We’ve recently organized the videos we have recorded over the years into a centralized “library” of VOD (Video On-Demand) . We arranged it by products, tags, language and recording date (at your convivence). Feel free to find what interests you the most and watch! >> The DevOps VOD library is available here  

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Building Infrastructure using Terraform

Here are two real use cases where we helped our customers to build “Infrastructure as Code” using Terraform. 1. Customer from segment of energy saving and IoT The customer has a web application build using GitLab CI. The customer uses AWS as an infrastructure with Cloud front, S3, Route 53 and external DNS provider. They […]

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Code Security and Compliance using GitLab

Besides version control and CI/CD, GitLab also offers a variety of security tests on your proprietary code (code you develop) or external code you use (i.e. open source), as well as code compliance capabilities – to help you ensure that you make proper and legal use of any open source libraries and code snippets. In […]

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New Recording: HashiCorp Nomad Webinar

Last week we hosted John Boero from HashiCorp company, who presented what’s new in Nomad (for about half an hour) and also answered questions asked about the product (for about another half hour). A total of 5 questions were asked and he managed to answer them all! We added the questions at the end of […]

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New Recording: Terraform Webinar

Last week we hosted John Boero from HashiCorp company, who presented what’s new in Terraform and also answered questions asked about the product. A total of 10 questions were asked and he managed to answer them all! We added the questions at the end of this post. We edited the recording and also added subtitles […]

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GitLab 13.9: a Picture is Worth a Thousand Words

See how new features are distributed among stages and features GitLab 13.9 was released yesterday with dozens of new features. As we initially published a month ago, we released an updated diagram of all features in GitLab separated by stages (Y axis) and editions (Free / Premium / Ultimate). We are often asked about the […]

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