The GitOps Pipeline - Part 2

GitOps relies on your whole system to be expressed declaratively. The GitOps pipeline model places Git at the design centre - everything upstream of deployment is anchored by Git. As a result a developer can update some code in GitHub and release into production as a pull request.

​GitOps - Operations by Pull Request

Alexis Richardson is defining “GitOps” as a methodology for developer tooling to drive operations. This post discussed the use of declarative tools and best practices of configurations being code and therefore should be versions controlled.

Continuous Delivery vs. Continuous Integration: What's the Difference?

Continuous delivery vs. continuous integration vs. continuous deployment. Do you know what the differences are? Our blog clears it up for you.

Best Practices for Continuous Delivery

Continuous delivery is one of those software development buzzwords that you may have heard before but aren’t really sure what it means to you. As with many buzzwords, however, behind the term is often a great idea that can produce massive...