Are you a ninja? It’s a silly question. I know that you are most likely not a real ninja. But you might be considering yourself a ninja of software engineering. “What does Viktor mean by that?” I’m glad you asked. Ninjas appear, perform the mission, and disappear without leaving a trace behind. “Why is Viktor talking nonsense? What does that have to do with software engineering?” Again, I’m glad you asked.
Nightfall Data Loss Prevention (DLP) is now available as a CircleCI orb. CircleCI orbs are reusable snippets of code that help automate repeated processes, speed up project setup, and make it easy to integrate with third-party tools. With the Nightfall DLP orb, you can scan for sensitive items and prevent developers from accidentally committing sensitive information. We’re excited to announce our launch with CircleCI and share what you can do with the Nightfall DLP orb.
It takes a large team to manage enterprise DevOps, and it can take a large team of binary repository managers, too. It’s vital to get all team members going the same way, and quickly. A growing developer organization will have many instances of Artifactory to help them scale, on multiple nodes for high availability and multi-site repository replication. Configuring them all precisely, with the same set of repositories, users, and permissions, can’t be done effectively one at a time.
Helm is an application package manager for Kubernetes. Using Kubernetes can often be overwhelming to maintain resources. Since Kubernetes is configured by YAML files, the more complex your application becomes, the more difficult it will be to navigate and make changes to the respective files; think about lots and lots of repetitive YAML files. A scenario that makes every developer cringe. Helm can help you solve this.