Jenkins is a CICD tool that you can use to automate most of the devops tasks in hand. If you haven’t started working on Jenkins, Follow up my old posts 😉 Today let’s see how to do DB automation with … Continue reading DB Migration Automation with Flyway And Jenkins
What is Flyway Fly way is a tool to manage database migrations. And what exactly is Database migrations. Well We have our software and our database. And this could very well be all you need. But on most projects, this … Continue reading Fly with Flyway
If you have a scenario where different people are working on different branches, and they depend on each branch as a series, each build from one branch will needed to be pushed to the next branch like a pipeline. Say … Continue reading Auto merge Git branches upon Build
Well really the topic says nobootwait option stops ssh access to your instance right? But what’s really going on is this. In Ubuntu 14.04 we had an option called nobootwait to ignore the mount errors in fstab for block devices … Continue reading nobootwait option stops ssh access?
In my early posts I have described how to use Jenkins to build a sample project. This time lets inspect how to build an app server project with Maven and push the builds to the Subversion(SVN). Configure Maven in Jenkins … Continue reading Upload Builds to SVN using Jenkins
Jenkins has a lot more tools than you can imagine to get the work done. Today we’ll use some of those tools to create a full build pipeline to generate notifications for creating a new AMI instance in aws, triggered … Continue reading Jenkins Build Pipeline project
Why Vagrant If you are an operations engineer or DevOps engineer, Vagrant gives you a disposable environment and consistent workflow for developing and testing infrastructure management scripts. You can quickly test things like shell scripts, Chef cookbooks, Puppet modules, and … Continue reading Easy virtualization with Vagrant