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First Annual Google Cloud Summit, Stockholm 2017

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By Pierre Lemerle This Tuesday, October 3rd at Stockholm Waterfront Congress, the first Google Cloud Summit in Sweden took place, following Google’s strategy to invest in the European cloud computing market. The event was at full capacity, meaning 1500 people attending, among which 9 were from Diabol!  The whole event was really well prepared (rooms, […]

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A Gap of Knowledge

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By Caroline Ilis When I joined Diabol in May 2017 my knowledge of IT was quite limited. My background as a management consultant had made me view IT as a support system, which purpose was to enhance and facilitate the value creating processes within the organisation. However, a few years back, the rise of IoT, […]

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Programmatically Configure Jenkins Pipeline Shared Groovy Libraries

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By Tommy Tynjä If you’re a Jenkins user adopting Jenkins pipelines, it is likely that you have run in to the scenario where you want to break out common functionality from your pipeline scripts, instead of having to duplicate it in multiple pipeline definitions. To cater for this scenario, Jenkins provides the Pipeline Shared Groovy Libraries […]

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Summary of DevOps Days Stockholm 2017

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By Jifeng Zhang DevOpsDays is an community driven conference held world wide. This is the first time a DevOpsDays event come to Stockholm, and even though the agenda didn’t look like the most super interesting one, the takeaways turned out quite valuable and made the conference worth attending. The audience is composed of around 50% […]

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How to use Delivery Pipeline Plugin with Jenkins pipelines

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By Tommy Tynjä   Since we’ve just released support for Jenkins pipelines in the Delivery Pipeline plugin (you can read more about it here), this article aims to describe how to use the Delivery Pipeline plugin from your Jenkins pipelines. First, you need to have a Jenkins pipeline or a multibranch pipeline. Here is an […]

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Announcing Delivery Pipeline Plugin 1.0.0 with support for Jenkins

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By Tommy Tynjä   We are pleased to announce the first version of the Delivery Pipeline Plugin for Jenkins (1.0.0) which includes support for Jenkins pipelines! Even though Jenkins pipelines has been around for a few years (formerly known as the Workflow plugin), it is during the last year that the Pipeline plugin has started […]

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Amazon Cloud Certification

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By Peter Bengtson AWS is extremely hot right now — according to Ryan Kroonenburg from A Cloud Guru, it is estimated there is a skills shortage of approximately 1.7 million certified AWS professionals worldwide. The cloud is now the uncontested default for startups and for reorganisations of IT infrastructure in general. Up until quite recently, there […]

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Experiences from a highly effective development team

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By Tommy Tynjä   During the past year I’ve been working in a development team which arguable is the most productive team I’ve been around in my ten year career in software development. During the year, we have been able to achieve great things. We have been taking new systems and services live, delivering new […]

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Delivery Pipelines with GoCD

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by Dennis Granath At my most recent assignment, one of my missions was to set up delivery pipelines for a bunch of services built in Java and some front-end apps. When I started they already had some rudimentary automated builds using Hudson, but we really wanted to start from scratch. We decided to give GoCD […]

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