DevOps

How to Deploy ASP.NET Core to IIS & How ASP.NET Core Hosting Works

Previously, we discussed the differences between Kestrel vs IIS. In this article, we will review how to deploy an ASP.NET Core application to IIS. Deploying an ASP.NET Core app to IIS isn’t complicated. However, ASP.NET Core hosting is different compared to hosting with ASP.NET, because ASP.NET Core uses different configurations. You may read more about ASP.NET Core in this entry. On the other hand, IIS is a web server that runs on the ASP.NET platform within the Windows OS.

Moving At DevOps Speed With In Sprint Automation

From the traditional Waterfall model to more iterative approaches like Agile and DevOps, software testing is constantly evolving. And while teams have worked their way to deliver quality at speed, there seems to be something holding them back. Read on to learn about in-sprint automation and why it’s the key to moving at DevOps speed.

Conform and monitor...with humanity

Here at Ably we consider software development to be in our DNA. We write and maintain a lot of code, much of it open-source, with full public visibility, and we host and manage it using the GitHub platform. The code is segmented into numerous discrete repositories, each with a specific scope and purpose. We've been using GitHub heavily since Ably was founded in 2016, so we have plenty of history, and we're committed to the platform.

Getting Started with CI/CD and Continual

While CI/CD is synonymous with modern software development best practices, today’s machine learning (ML) practitioners still lack similar tools and workflows for operating the ML development lifecycle on a level on par with software engineers. For background, follow a brief history of transformational CI/CD concepts and how they’re missing from today’s ML development lifecycle.

Thundra Foresight's CircleCI Plugin for Seamless Test Monitoring and Debugging

Today we are announcing the CircleCI Orb for Thundra Foresight and the integration between two products. Thundra Foresight is a test monitoring tool that gives the ability to watch your tests closely. If you're new to the CI/CD world, you can think of an orb as a reusable workflow that can be used with a single line of configuration. A lot of products use this capability to give their users ease of integration in their CI runs. For Thundra Foresight, giving this option to our users was a must.

Ask these questions before you buy from a PaaS provider

Anyone who's worked in technology has likely hit on the "build vs. buy" question at some point. Should you build your own custom solution to meet the exact requirements of your business? Or does it make more financial sense and save time if you use a third-party vendor? Let's use an example. You are a tech lead at a company that delivers a platform for online learning.