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Everything You Need to Know About the Benefits & Challenges of Micro Fronte...

Devices come and go. Technology evolves. But browsers have been a mainstay since the internet took its first commercial steps in the early 1990s. From Netscape to Firefox,...

Infrastructure-as-Code: 3 Pipeline Scenarios for Continuous Integration & D...

Infrastructure-as-code (IaC) takes all of the proven techniques of DevOps software development and applies them to cloud infrastructure. It’s a type of configuration management...

CI/CD for Salesforce Applications with a Step-by-Step Hack

Ensuring you have reliable software builds every time is part of any critical process in the software development life cycle. Despite its importance, people are often surprised...

Want to Simplify and Speed Up Systems Management? Master Infrastructure-as-Code

The term “Infrastructure-as-Code” is often associated with DevOps. But if you’ve ever wondered what exactly is involved, and how it can benefit your enterprise, then read...

The Processes to Nail in Your Move to CI/CD

What You Can Expect from Switching to CI/CD

The Promise of Continuous Integration and Continuous Delivery

Creating high-quality apps that users love is not easy at the best of times.   But doing so rapidly, and constantly improving them?   This is where Continuous Integration and...

InfoStretch Partners with CloudBees – the Jenkins Company

We've just signed a partnership deal with CloudBees, the company behind the ever-popular open-source CI/CD tool, Jenkins.   We were highlighted as one of the key new partners in...

Is the ALM Reboot Resulting in the Downfall of QA?

Everyone will become developers during sprint — and quality will be everyone’s responsibility Lately we have all been hearing terms like Agile lifecycle, Continuous...

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