Webservers and Virtual Machines
Environments as a Service
Create and Manage Kubernetes Environments
Read more about what DevOps is and find some good practices around it.
September 13, 2023
Bunnyshell vs. Backstage for Environment Management
Infrastructure as code (IaC) involves managing IT infrastructure using configuration files to ensure scalability and consistent deployments, aligning with most companies' objectives in the realm of IT infrastructure.
In this tutorial, we show you how to automate testing environments with production-like data in Bunnyshell.
In this article, we’re going to see how well Terraform, Pulumi, and CloudFormation are able to implement IaC principles. We’ll discuss their pros and cons, including how easy they are to use and extend.
Wondering how to overcome Infrastructure as Code (IaC) challenges?
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A lot goes on behind the scenes to successfully release software. Competitive pressures and technological advancements are ever-growing in our day and age. Therefore, release management exists to help organizations with software release complexities.
Your products are unique for you and your end-users, and you want to ensure they’re always top-notch and ready for use. But how do you make your product production-ready? What kind of testing should you conduct to reach that point?
All software engineering groups, across all industries, regardless of size, use release management to make their process smoother.