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Due to the popularity of Infrastructure concepts like DevOps, CI/CD, Automation, Cloud, and Containerization, here is the general industry trend seen among infrastructure over the last few years. Overall There is a general trend towards more automation and CI/CD due to the insertion of Dev Ops practices and ideas in most organizations. Couple this with
In this tutorial, you will create a React application that uses React Hooks to manage state and handle activities. Please refer to the tutorial Setting Up a React Environment to set up a development environment for React before you start working on this tutorial. Part 1 – React Development Environment For this tutorial, we will be using
In this tutorial you will create a development setup that supports React development. The setup will take care of three essential issues: Transpiling ES6 code Transpiling JSX code Serving React Application files ( index.html, etc. ) Node.js and npm should have been installed on your machine before you start working on this tutorial. Part 1
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Configuration Management, as applied in DevOps, is the practice of using tools to manage the configuration of our technical architecture. Put simply, we document the desired state of one or more servers in a machine-readable form, and then use a configuration management tool (e.g. Chef, Puppet, Salt, or Ansible) to setup the real items to
What are Linux Containers LinuX Containers (LXC) is an OS-level virtualization that allows multiple Linux systems to run on a single physical machine in a multi-tenant arrangement. This type of virtualization is extremely lightweight with every virtual machine (container) being mapped into the booted host OS obviating the need to boot from their own OS
The webinar today was a huge success. We had about 300 attendees. There were many excellent questions. You can download the presentation and sample code from this link. Links to useful resources: Modernizr library. How good is your browser’s HTML5 support? So many specs, where do they all come from? HTML5 Training.