CI/CD Pipelines for Infrastructure Configuration and Management, Part 3
Part 1 looked at how to use Gitlab CE as a foundational component for a CI/CD pipeline. Part 2, left off at having a GitLab CE and runner installation running in Docker containers. Now, in Part 3, you learn how to define the CI/CD pipeline components in GitLab.
Using CI/CD Pipelines for Infrastructure Configuration and Management – Part 2
In part 2 of this series, you're ready to install GitLab CE (Community Edition) - a complete DevOps platform that has all the critical features needed in the software development lifecycle.
Using CI/CD Pipelines for Infrastructure Configuration and Management
Learn how to use Gitlab CE as a foundational component for a CI/CD pipeline to manage and configure a simple CML simulated network.
Putting Your IaC in a Pipeline Without the Plumbing
Learn how infrastructure developers can utilize the standard pull request (PR) to perform Terraform actions (plan, apply) and drive infrastructure automation at the drop of a git push.
What DevSecOps Means for Your CI/CD Pipeline
Learn about the key areas to consider when it comes to DevSecOps and CI/CD, so you can make tailored selections of the security features that best match the type of CI/CD pipeline you’ve chosen.
3 Ways for Network Practitioners to Embrace DevOps with Infrastructure-as-Code
With IaC as a focus area of network agility and innovation, we are committed to ensuring that the network lives up to the expectations of seamless connectivity and intuitive operations in an ever-changing application landscape. The new innovations that we are announcing here today are a giant leap in this direction.
Streamline your Infrastructure Automation Workflows by going beyond Infrastructure-as-Code?
Infrastructure-as-data guarantees that your automation process is easily repeatable and will likely provide consistent results in terms of performance and reliability.