CI/CD

The ultimate guide for local development on Kubernetes: Draft vs Skaffold vs Garden.io

In the previous articles of this series, we have seen local Kubernetes installations designed specifically for developers. We have looked at all the major players such as Minikube, Docker-for-desktop, and Microk8s. However, we have conveniently left out the details on how you can use a local ...
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Codefresh adds native support for Azure DevOps Git repositories

One of the big strengths of the Codefresh platform is the fact that it is cloud agnostic. Unlike other solutions that are locked to a single cloud provider, we support all major providers both for Git operations and Kubernetes clusters. Today we are releasing native integration with Azure DevOps Git ...
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Use parallel steps in your Codefresh pipelines

This is it! The moment you have been waiting for… The number one requested feature from several Codefresh customers is now in production. You can finally run parallel steps within Codefresh pipelines. The reason this feature took so long to implement was that we wanted to offer the most flexible ...
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Pause your pipelines and resume after manual approval

One of the most important differences between Continuous Deployment and Continuous Delivery is the level of human involvement in a pipeline. The typical Continuous Delivery pipeline requires a person to approve deployment to production, where Continuous Deployment pipelines are fully automated ...
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Using a Kanban board to manage and promote Helm Releases

If you are working in a software company, you are already familiar with Kanban boards that allow you to track tasks between different states such as backlog, in progress, done, etc. At Codefresh, we like using Kanban boards so much that we decided to use them for our deployments. When we want to ...
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