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Top 10 DevOps Orchestration Tools to Know and Master in 2023

Welcome to the world of DevOps Orchestration Tools! As technology advances, we live in a world that moves faster than ever. Upon initial exposure to DevOps Orchestration Tools, you may have questions. Although some may already be familiar with certain aspects, it is essential to look over what DevOps is, why it is necessary, the contexts in which it is utilized, the most used tools, and how it works. This blog provides a complete view of the top 10 DevOps Orchestration Tools. Table Of Contents

Tiny Flutter: The future of Dart & Flutter on small devices?

Dart recently added experimental support for the new RISC-V CPU architecture and the first boards with these new chips are now starting to be available. One of these is the Sipeed Lichee D1, a RaspberryPi type device that is able to run Linux and Dart. At the same time, tiny but very cheap OLED screens are showing up in all sorts of devices, from soldering irons to high end music synthesizers. But what does it mean for Flutter and its mission "Beautiful apps for every screen" when the screen is 1 inch with a resolution of 128x64? Is that even possible? In this talk I'll cover how to get Dart running on one of these boards, how to use these tiny screens from Dart and what parts of Flutter can help with using screens this small.

CircleCI Vs Travis CI: Which is the Best CI/CD Tool?

Today, CI/CD tools have become an inherent aspect of DevOps testing. There are various CI/CD tools available in the market, and finding the right one could be tedious. However, only a few CI/CD tools offer the entire continuous integration and deployment system. Leading among those few are CircleCI and Travis CI. To assist you in selecting the best CI/CD solutions, we present an in-depth CircleCI vs Travis CI comparison.


An Overview of Traffic Mirroring Options in Kubernetes

Testing in production carries a lot of risk, like possibly causing downtime for users. However, the advantages of using real user traffic are many, which has led to the popularity of traffic mirroring. Mirroring can be implemented as part of pre-deployment testing, as well as other parts of the developer experience like the development itself. But, how do you get started with it?


Introducing the official Codemagic integration for Runway

Codemagic is now officially integrated with Runway, the DevOps platform for mobile. But wait, you might be wondering, isn’t Codemagic already that as a CI/CD for mobile? Aren’t the two services interchangeable? In fact, it’s quite the opposite — they’re powerfully complementary.


Analyzing Maven and Jenkins: Knowing the Best of the CI Tools

CI/CD stands for Continuous Integration/Continuous Delivery. It is an automated process of integrating code from multiple developers, testing it quickly and continuously, and delivering it to customers on demand. It is part of modern software development techniques which keep track of all the changes made by different developers and helps prevent breaking changes from being deployed.


Building realtime infrastructure: Costs and challenges

Realtime digital experiences are in high demand. They keep users engaged, informed, and entertained in a fast-paced digital world, and they allow businesses to better serve their customers, provide more efficient and effective services, and gain the upper hand over competitors. This is the second post in a series that looks at what it takes to build and deliver realtime experiences for end-users.


Kubernetes Preview Environments - Adoption, Use Cases & Implementations

No matter what application you’re building and who your target customers are, everyone can agree that it’s critical to avoid broken deployments. To aid in this goal, many tools and concepts have been invented, with Kubernetes preview environments being one of them. In this post, you’ll get a deeper understanding of how preview environments work, how organizations are using them, and how you can get started yourself.


The Role of Traffic Replay in Production Traffic Replication

Testing in production is one of the most effective—and risky—ways of testing. The ability to use real-world conditions ensures reliability of tests, as no bugs can appear as a result of misconfigurations of the environment. However, using the same environment as your users also has an obvious downside: any bugs discovered by testing will immediately affect users.