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Nabil Saoual

JENKINS Quick overview on Jenkins and Jenkins X

By | Cloud, DevOps | No Comments

Hi everybody, During previous blog ,we ever talked about Jenkins , but what about Jenkins X ?What are the differences between the two, which one is fitting the best for your needs? History of Jenkins X As the cloud technology were growing along years Developers were asking for a tool that fit to this new standard, helping them to increase their development and to simplify it especially with containerization and usage of Kubernetes orchestrator ,that…

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Nabil Saoual

JENKINS Add plugins in Jenkins

By | DevOps | 2 Comments

Hi everybody, First of all,I wish you a happy new year with lot of success for all of you 😀 Now ,to have a good start for 2021 we will learn how to use one of the most important characteristics of Jenkins!You already know how flexible is Jenkins to fit your need,by using the appropriate plugins. Today we will see how to add plugins to your Jenkins. There are many ways to add a plugin…

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Nabil Saoual

JENKINS install Jenkins on Windows

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Hi Team, Today let’s talk about Jenkins software What is Jenkins? Jenkins is an open source automation server that enables developers around the world to reliably build, test, and deploy their software.It is the leading open-source continuous integration server. Built with Java it can manage a huge amount of plugin which extend its capacity. We will see how to install it on a Windows machine step by step. Prerequisites All information can be checked regarding…

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Mehdi Bada

Deploy GitLab on Kubernetes using Helm

By | DevOps, Docker, Kubernetes | No Comments

Over the last years GitLab became one of the most popular and powerful open source git source code platform. From pure source code repository to a DevOps platform, it’s interesting to see how GitLab has evolved and this is reflected in the technological choices made by the technical teams. GitLab can be deployed on Cloud or On-premise environments in multiple ways; automatically (packages) manually (compile all sources)…. https://about.gitlab.com/install/ This blog post aims to explain how…

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Nabil Saoual

Jenkins how to create a cyclic job

By | Control-M, DevOps | No Comments

Introduction Hi everybody Today it’s not about Control-M jobs but about Jenkins jobs ,Jenkins allows you also to schedule jobs and below we will see how to make it cyclic. First , we will create a job using Jenkins graphic web interface How to create a job Connect to Jenkins interface with your login/password -Select new item -Select freestyle build -Name your build In the build’s configuration , enter your command line in the build …

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Jérôme Witt

Ansible loop over registered results

By | DevOps | One Comment

We were recently confronted with one of our playbook constraint while trying to identify which database software could be uninstalled from our servers. Until now, we ran the playbook to de-install a specific version which were “discovered manually”. However, we even got lazy to run this “discovery phase” manually. This short post explains how to design a play around the results of a specific task like generating a list of obsolete Oracle RDBMS software.

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Mehdi Bada

Setup an NGINX Ingress Controller on Kubernetes

By | Application integration & Middleware, Cloud, DevOps, Docker, Kubernetes | No Comments

One of the most important and basic concept in Kubernetes is the Service exposition. How about exposing a Kubernetes Service deployed inside a cluster to outside traffic? Let’s have a look on the different approaches to expose a Kubernetes Service outside the cluster and particularly the role of the Ingress Controller. NodePort, Load Balancers, and Ingress Controllers In the Kubernetes world, there are three general approaches to exposing your application. NodePort A NodePort is an…

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Franck Pachot

Data virtualization on SQL Server with Redgate SQL Clone

By | Cloud, DevOps, SQL Server | No Comments

By Franck Pachot . In the previous blog post I’ve installed SQL Server on the Oracle Cloud. My goal was actually to have a look at Redgate SQL Clone, a product that automates thin cloning. The SQL Server from the Oracle marketplace is ok for SQL Clone prerequisites. There’s a little difference in .NET Framework version (I have 4.6 where 4.7.2 or later is required but that’s fine – if it was not an update…

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Franck Pachot

DBPod – le podcast Bases de Données

By | AWS, Cloud, Database Administration & Monitoring, Database management, Development & Performance, DevOps, NoSQL, Oracle, Postgres, SQL Server | No Comments

By Franck Pachot . J’essaie quelque chose de nouveau. Je publie beaucoup en anglais (blog, articles, présentations) mais cette fois quelque chose de 100% francophone. En sortant du confinement, on reprend les transports (train, voiture,…) et c’est l’occasion de se détendre en musique mais aussi de s’informer avec des podcasts. J’ai l’impression que c’est un format qui a de l’avenir: moins contraignant que regarder une video ou ou lire un article ou une newsletter. Alors…

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Arnaud Berbier

DevOpsDays 2020 at HEG in Geneva

By | Application integration & Middleware, DevOps, Kubernetes, Technology Survey | No Comments

This 2020 new year began with a really exiting DevOps Event in Geneva. Kubernetes, Helm, Cloud Native, CNCF, CI/CD, Ansible, Terraform,… So much topics around DevOps that was in every people mouth. This confirm that DevOps is a good choice for any retraining 😉 This is effectively the next generation in the IT world. For this second edition, around 300 peoples were attending the event. Thanks to the organizers During the 1st day, I attended…

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