CodeZero

Vancouver, Canada
2018
  |  By Kris Bondi
The challenge with security around the development process is that too often it has felt like it was bolted on after the fact, because it was. It’s no wonder that an announcement that a new security tool has been added to the process is likely to elicit a collective eye roll from a development team. To be clear, developers are not against security, but they are skeptical of new processes and tools being added by security teams with no development experience.
  |  By Narayan Sainaney
Ephemeral Environments are disposable pre-production environments that are used by various members of the development team to test software under specific conditions. Ephemeral environments are an essential part of a modern DevOps process and integral to the development and efficient release of resilient software.
  |  By Narayan Sainaney
A lot is written about best practices around DevOps and the following guide will highlight some practices that will further enhance your development team’s productivity and happiness.
  |  By Reed Clayton
With many options to modernize tech stacks and improve developer UX, it’s hard to know where to start. Consider starting with your Software Development Life Cycle. There are a number of opportunities that can provide quick wins for a development team without disrupting productivity and release cycles while saving money and improving developer experience and deployment times.
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CodeZero announces the general availability of Surf, a developer tool that provides real-time, collaborative, rich-querying capability for pre-production Kubernetes environments. Surf allows developers and teams to de-mystify Kubernetes artifacts, provides powerful troubleshooting capabilities and improves collaboration.
  |  By Narayan Sainaney
The December 2021 report from the CNCF showed that 5.6 million developers use Kubernetes today. We adopted Kubernetes a little over three years ago and felt this is a good time to reflect on what we thought we were getting into and what we have actually experienced. Here are five areas where the prevailing wisdom did not match our expectations.
  |  By Adrian Jones
Here at CodeZero we know that our developer platform for Kubernetes can lead to a 10x increase in productivity, and so we promote that fact proudly. "But wait!" you say. It's one thing to make that claim, but another to demonstrate exactly how this boost in productivity is achieved.
  |  By Adrian Jones
In my previous blog post, CodeZero 301, I shared with you Part 3 of a four-part series directed at introducing you to the CodeZero platform and some of its useful tools and features for Kubernetes developers. Part 3 introduced you to the concepts behind Halyard, CodeZero’s next generation build and deployment feature that enables developers to ship code easier, faster, and with a higher level of quality.
  |  By Lawrie Gaffney
CodeZero’s mission is to help Developers be 10x more productive on Kubernetes, which is why we’re thrilled to announce that we’ve joined the Equinix Metal Partner Ecosystem alongside a huge roster of other Kubernetes and Hybrid-Multi Cloud projects and companies. We’ll admit that we didn’t know a great deal about Equinix until we met the folks at Equinix Metal and learned of Equinix’s 20 year history of creating neutral partner led ecosystems.
  |  By Narayan Sainaney
Despite tremendous benefits, 47% of the Kubernetes community reports a steep learning curve as a barrier to adoption according to a recent survey of 1000 Developers by Civo.com. So when our team started out on Kubernetes, we went out looking for online resources to learn from and we have been following Viktor Farcic for well over a year now. Viktor is the author of the DevOps Paradox podcast and has a weekly video series called the DevOps Toolkit by Viktor Farcic on YouTube.
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Join AJ as he demonstrates using CodeZero's Desktop app to accelerate and assist with backend development.
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Join Narayan as he walks through a frontend developer workflow using Teleport.
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Join Grant as he walks through a backend developer workflow using Intercept and Teleport.
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Join Narayan as he goes over creating Development Profiles in CodeZero as part of a collaboration workflow.
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Join AJ and Grant as they demonstrate real-time collaboration between a frontend and backend developer using CodeZero.

CodeZero makes it easy for developers to develop seamlessly and deploy fearlessly to production in your cloud provider of choice.

Through optimizing development cycles and reducing reliance on Kubernetes experts, CodeZero increases Engineering Team velocity across the Development, Deployment and Operation of their code.

Tools for local collaborative development in pre-production Kubernetes clusters:

  • Teleport: Route local requests to remote services. Test local code that relies on services running in-cluster.
  • Intercept: Route remote requests to local services. Collaborate with other developers to test changes in real-time.
  • Mount: Use workload volumes locally. Read/write to remote volumes as if you are in the cluster.
  • Desktop App: Install the CodeZero Desktop app and run commands from your system tray, then view your running sessions in a visual dashboard.

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