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azure-devops-utils - Azure DevOps Utilities

  •    Shell

This project has adopted the Microsoft Open Source Code of Conduct. For more information see the Code of Conduct FAQ or contact opencode@microsoft.com with any additional questions or comments.

archi_cloudnative - Cloud Native Architectural Models using Archi

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Cloud Native Architectural Models using Archi. Contains models for CAAS, Cloud Native Applications, 12/15 Factor Applications with CI/CD/CS, monitoring and log management. Infrastructure components include Red Hat OpenShift, Red Hat Storage, Red Hat Cloudforms, Red Hat JBoss Java Web Server, Red Hat JBoss Enterprise Application Server, Red Hat JBoss Business Rules Management, Red Hat JBoss Data Grid, Red Hat JBoss Data Virtualization and Red Hat Ansible. Includes material and architectural thinking from the following books. The Archi® modelling tool is targeted toward all levels of Enterprise Architects and Modellers. It provides a low cost to entry solution to users who may be making their first steps in the ArchiMate modelling language, or who are looking for a free, cross-platform ArchiMate modelling tool for their company or institution and wish to engage with the language within a TOGAF® or other Enterprise Architecture framework.




MCW-OSS-PaaS-and-DevOps - MCW OSS PaaS and DevOps

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Best For You Organics Company is one of the leading online health food suppliers in North America, serving customers in Canada, Mexico, and the United States. They launched their highly-successful e-commerce website, which sells subscriptions to their meal service, in 2016, and have been steadily increasing their subscriber-base since. Their service is tailored towards working professionals, who want convenient, reliable access to healthy meal choices, and pre-packaged recipes, without having to speed too much time preparing the meals. Their CIO is a big proponent of Open Source Software, and development of their web application was done using the MERN stack (MongoDB, Express.js, React.JS, Node.js). Their code is hosted in a private GitHub repository. They currently have a continuous integration workflow, triggered by each code check-in/commit in GitHub, using Jenkins.

chef-jenkins-hardening - A secure jenkins installation

  •    Ruby

Currently this cookbook is work-in-progress and is not yet considered secure enough for production use. This cookbook is optimized for a usage with chef-os-hardening and chef-ssh-hardening, but has no direct dependency. Therefore this cookbook is even happy without them.


asoc-devops-tooling - This project will provide DevOps automation in the form of snippets, sample apps, and plugins in support of integrating with IBM Application Security on Cloud for automated security scans of software projects using popular tools and frameworks across the DevOps landscape

  •    Groovy

This project will provide DevOps automation in the form of snippets, sample apps, and plugins in support of integrating with IBM Application Security on Cloud for automated security scans of software projects using popular tools and frameworks across the DevOps landscape. SaaS solution helping teams perform static, dynamic and mobile application security testing in the Cloud, letting you detect and fix security vulnerabilities early in the DevOps pipeline.

mirrorgate - MirrorGate DevOps Dashboard

  •    Java

MirrorGate is a WallBoard application meant to give teams fast feedback in all the different areas related to software development. MirrorGate is meant to display relevant information on how your software looks like from every perspective, from the planning to the user’s feedback. So it's the mirror where teams can see their work reflected, helping them to perform self-criticism and continuous improvement. It aims to improve software quality and time-to-market by making the team aware of how the software it is developing and its process looks like.

webmethods-sample-project-layout - Sample project layout for webMethods assets

  •    HTML

The best way to start your webMethods project would be to fork this repo directly in github. This will allow you to directly have a set-up copy of layout that will be completely under your control. This sample webMethods project layout should serve as a template for organising webMethods projects. It contains demo Integration Server packages with flow services and wM Unit Tests that are covering those. Fork the repository to easily create fundament for you webMethods project.

module-ci-public - The public documentation for the gruntwork-io/module-ci repo, which contains modules to automate common CI tasks, such as installing dependencies, running tests, and publishing releases

  •    HCL

This repo contains modules to automate common CI tasks, such as installing dependencies, running tests, and publishing releases. Check out the modules folder to see the available modules. Head over to the examples folder for examples.

jenkins-rest - Java client, built on top of jclouds, for working with Jenkins REST API

  •    Java

Java client, built on top of jclouds, for working with Jenkins REST API. Client's do NOT need supply the endPoint or credentials as part of instantiating the JenkinsClient object. Instead one can supply them through system properties, environment variables, or a combination of the 2. System properties will be searched first and if not found we will attempt to query the environment.

MCW-OSS-DevOps - MCW OSS DevOps

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Trey Research is an online vitamins seller that has a presence mainly in the United Kingdom and other countries/regions in Europe. They want to expand into other parts of the world starting with Asia and will soon be setting up distribution centers for their vitamins there. They have no retail stores; thus, all their business comes through their website. SEO (Search Engine Optimization) is extremely important to them as is their user website experience with a heavy focus on availability and performance. The company currently has two application teams: Development for their websites, and Operations for deployments and backend servers. These are all hosted in a commercial data center. The teams have a great deal of experience in developing applications in PHP and WordPress for the LAMP stack (Linux, Apache, MySQL, and PHP). What they lack is the operational expertise and maturity to maintain their applications properly. They struggle with development and design practices, deployments, configuration management, and scaling their application to meet busy seasonal periods.