- Allgemein, DevOps, Interactive Media, Rich Media Systems, Scalable Systems, System Designs, System Engineering
Documentation of our approaches to the project, our experiences and finally the lessons we learned. The development team approaches the project with little knowledge of cloud services and infrastructure. Furthermore, no one has significant experience with containers and/or containerized applications. However, the team is well experienced in web development and has good knowledge of technologies such as NodeJS, Python or HTML/CSS.
Dockerizing an existing application and deploying it in a Kubernetes Cluster via Rancher to achieve better scalability and cost minimization. Load Testing with Artillery, Monitoring with Prometheus & Grafana and GitHub Actions for CI/CD were used in the process.
This Post is a getting started guide for creating a DevOps enabled web based software project.
(Originally written for System Engineering and Management in 02/2020)
Tim Landenberger (tl061) Johannes Mauthe (jm130) Maximilian Narr (mn066) This blog post aims to provide an overview about how to setup a decent CI/CD workflow for an android app with the capabilities of Gitlab. The blog post has been written for Gitlab Ultimate. Nevertheless, most features are also available in the free edition. The goal […]
Introduction For all my university software projects, I use the HdM Gitlab instance for version control. But Gitlab offers much more such as easy and good ways to operate a pipeline. In this article, I will show how we can use the CI/CD functionality in a university project to perform automated testing and an automated […]
In the last months, nearly everybody has been talking about Kubernetes. It’s incredible! This semester the Stuttgart Media University even held a training course on this topic. For DevOps or “cloud-computing specialist” mastering Kubernetes and the concepts around it is becoming more and more important.
Written by: Immanuel Haag, Christian Müller, Marc Rüttler The goal of this blog entry is to automate the previously performed steps. At the end all manual steps should be automated when new code changes are added to the repository. The new version of the backend will be made available in the cloud at the end.
Introduction Over the last five years, the use of cloud computing services has increased rapidly, in German companies. According to a statistic from Bitkom Research in 2018, the acceptance of cloud-computing services is growing. Cloud-computing brings many advantages for a business. For example, expenses for the internal infrastructure and its administration can be saved. Resource […]
Welcome to part 6 – Man we are on a writing flow! – of our blog posts series. After all the coding done in the last parts, let’s take a more laid back look at CI and Git. Nowadays many agile teams work with Git and Feature Branches. A developer works with on a feature […]