Archive for the ‘Webinars’ Category

New Recording: Vault AMA Webinar

Last week we hosted John Boero from HashiCorp company, who presented what’s new in Vault (for about half an hour) and also answered questions asked about the product (for about another half hour). A total of 19 questions were asked and he managed to answer them all! We added the questions at the end of […]

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Join our webinars series of “What’s New and Ask Me Anything” About HashiCorp Toolset

We’d like to invite you to a live webinars series (4 webinars) about HashiCorp toolset – 4 live sessions of “Ask Me Anything” and introducing the latest news about each product. Each webinar will be 50 minutes and cover one of the following tools: Vault, Terraform, Consul and Nomad. We’ll be hosting John Boero – a HashiCorp […]

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Join our upcoming GitLab Webinar

This week we are hosting two GitLab employees (one of them is the first engineer at GitLab company) to discuss aspects of GitLab engineering, how GitLab was built and different aspects of using GitLab effectively. Webinar is free of charge. “Ask Me Anything” about GitLab Engineering (September 26th 2PM CET) We’ll be hosting: Marin Jankovski, Engineering Manager […]

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Join our upcoming HashiCorp Vault Webinar

Next week we are hosting a HashiCorp employee to discuss different aspects of using Vault effectively. Webinar is free of charge. Introducing Vault ; Integration with OpenShift and “Ask Me Anything” (July 31st 11AM CET) We are hosting Lieuwe Helmus, Senior Solution Engineer in HashiCorp Company, to discuss about Vault, integration with OpenShift and give you the chance to […]

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GitLab Announces Complete DevOps and Raising $20 Million in New Venture Capital Funding

During a recent GitLab live event, GitLab made several interesting  announcements: They presented their vision of “Complete DevOps”, and demonstrated capabilities that will soon be incorporated into their product. They announced that they had raised $20 million in new venture capital funding led by Google Ventures (GV). So far, the total amount of funding raised […]

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Case Study: Thomson Reuters shares their development process combining GitLab, Jenkins and Slack

Last week we hosted a GitLab event for R&D and DevOps managers. A satisfied GitLab user, Matan Keidar of Thomson Reuters, presented his work at the company, including GitLab, Jenkins and Slack. After receiving good feedback on this story, we decided to publish it here on the blog (text summary and a video recording). The […]

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New Slides: Challenges of Multiplatform Installers and Introducing InstallBuilder

  This week we delivered a live webcast where Tamir Gefen (our CEO) and Zeev Tavor (our installer tools expert) discussed of the challenges of multiplatform installers which are important when you build a software tool for more than one operating system. Zeev demonstrated InstallBuilder and compared it to InstallAnywhere and InstallShield. The webcast was […]

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LIVE Webcast: Monitoring Performance and Vitality of Jenkins

I’m happy to announce the release of our ALM Vitality v1.2. This tool continuously monitors Jenkins and gives you smart alerts and notifications about the current state of your critical systems. We created this tool based on requests from many Jenkins, ClearCase & ClearQuest users who want to gain better control over their systems; be […]

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LIVE Demo: Monitoring Vitality of Jenkins, ClearCase and ClearQuest

I’m happy to announce the release of our ALM Vitality v1.2. This tool continuously monitors Jenkins, ClearCase and ClearQuest and gives you smart alerts and notifications about the current state of your critical systems. We created this tool based on requests from many ClearCase ClearQuest and Jenkins users who want to gain better control over […]

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LIVE Demo: Introducing Visual Annotate for ClearCase and Visual Studio

I’m happy to announce the release of our version 1.4 of our Visual Studio Extension for ClearCase (VA4VS). This tool visually tracks your code line history from within Visual Studio and enables you to discover critical information for each code line: when it was checked-in and by whom, which version and branch or UCM stream […]

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