0 comments on “Jenkins Part 3.2: Trigger a downstream Job or Workflow with Hand-over of Parameters”

Jenkins Part 3.2: Trigger a downstream Job or Workflow with Hand-over of Parameters

This blog post will lead you through the steps how to trigger a downstream Freestyle job or Pipeline workflow from an upstream Freestyle project. We will also show how to pass a parameter from Freestyle project to the downstream workflow…

2 comments on “Testing any Browser on any Hardware using BrowserStack – A Protractor Cross Browser Testing Example”

Testing any Browser on any Hardware using BrowserStack – A Protractor Cross Browser Testing Example

This time we will learn how to test any web site (including your front end software) using many different Internet browsers by integrating a cloud-based cross browser test solution named BrowserStack. We will perform Protractor tests for AngularJS using the…

3 comments on “Java Build Automation Part 2: Create executable jar using Gradle”

Java Build Automation Part 2: Create executable jar using Gradle

Original title: How to build a lean JAR File with Gradle In this step by step guide, we will show that Gradle is a good alternative to Maven for packaging java code into executable jar files. In order to keep the executable jar files…

4 comments on “AWS Automation Part 4: Using Terraform for AWS Automation”

AWS Automation Part 4: Using Terraform for AWS Automation

This is part 4 of a blog post series, in which we explore how to automate Amazon Web Services (AWS) using the Terraform open source software by HashiCorp. Similar to Cloudify, Terraform is a versatile way to codify any type of infrastructure and…

6 comments on “Ansible Tower – a Hello World Example”

Ansible Tower – a Hello World Example

This entry is part [part not set] of 3 in the series The Ansible & Salt Series

This is part IV of a little "Hello World" example for Ansible, an IT automation (DevOps) tool. This time, we will get acquainted with Ansible Tower, a web front end for Ansible. The post has following content: Quickest way of "installing" an Ansible Tower…

11 comments on “AWS Automation based on Vagrant — Part 1: Getting started with AWS”

AWS Automation based on Vagrant — Part 1: Getting started with AWS

In this blog post series we will explore, how to automate Amazon Web Services (AWS) by using Vagrant. The series is divided into three parts. Readers that are interested in the automation part only can skip part 1 (the AWS…

13 comments on “AWS Automation based on Vagrant — Part 2: Installation and Usage of the Vagrant AWS Plugin”

AWS Automation based on Vagrant — Part 2: Installation and Usage of the Vagrant AWS Plugin

Learn how to get started with Amazon Web Services EC2 and how to automate simple task like creation and termination of virtual machine instances using Vagrant. This is a first step towards more sophisticated automation tasks like SW installation and shell script execution.

4 comments on “Ansible Templating – A Hello World”

Ansible Templating – A Hello World

This entry is part [part not set] of 1 in the series Ansible

This post is a continuation of my previous  post, where we have gone through a little "Hello World" example using Ansible, an IT automation tool. Last time we had performed SSH remote shell commands. This time, we will go though a little…

20 comments on “Ansible Hello World – Ansible vs. Salt vs. Chef vs. Puppet”

Ansible Hello World – Ansible vs. Salt vs. Chef vs. Puppet

This entry is part [part not set] of 3 in the series The Ansible & Salt Series

This is part 1 of a little Ansible Hello World example, an IT automation tool. The post has the following content: Comparison of the popularity of Ansible, Salt, Chef, and Puppet Installation of Ansible based on Docker Simple Example Playbooks (i.e.…