DevOps

Build Docker Image on Gitlab. The best approach to build docker-in-docker. And use cache to improve performance. Also, let's leran how to push the images to the AWS ECR.

Build Docker Image on Gitlab [without dind and with AWS ECR]

Build Docker image on Gitlab, it’s an easy task, but it could get complicated in complex scenarios, and some tricks to use cache correctly. But, I will show you how to generate a Docker Image for your pipeline on Gitlab. GitLab is a well-known DevOps platform presented as a single application. It also makes GitLab unique and …

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Gitlab Runner Maven

Gitlab Runner and Maven – Guide [With the efficient cache method]

Gitlab Runner and Maven it’s the tools that we need to automate our build process to release any Java application. We will learn everything that is required to configure the Gitlab and Runner to build our application correctly. Gitlab is a Git repository manager with a great CI/CD integrated, without managing many plugins like Jenkins. …

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SonarQube with Docker and Javascript

Sonarqube with Docker and Javascript [Everything That You Need to Know]

Sonarqube with Docker and Javascript, it’s the perfect combination that you can use to improve the quality of your application. Without wasting, considerable time, installing a lot of software and dependencies.   We can analyze an Angular project or Node.js, or any other Javascript technology. In the previous post about sonarqube with Docker, we focus on …

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