Automating DevOps with GitLab CI/CD Pipelines (Packt)
Wednesday, 22 March 2023

This book shows how to use GitLab CI/CD pipelines for automating and deploying different steps of your software development lifecycle using best practices and troubleshooting methods. Christopher Cowell, Nicholas Lotz and Chris Timberlake begin with the basics of Git and GitLab, showing how to commit and review code, and move on to how to set up GitLab Runners for executing and autoscaling CI/CD pipelines and creating and configuring pipelines for many software development lifecycle steps.

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The book looks at deploying code to different environments, advancing CI/CD pipeline features such as connecting GitLab to a Kubernetes cluster and using GitLab with Terraform, triggering pipelines and improving pipeline performance and using best practices and troubleshooting tips for uncooperative pipelines.

Authors: Christopher Cowell, Nicholas Lotz and Chris Timberlake
Publisher: Packt
Date: February 2023
Pages: 348
ISBN: 978-1803233000
Print: 1803233001
Kindle: B0BQN3BSBD
Audience: DevOps developers
Level: Introductory/Intermediate
Category: Methodology

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  • Gain insights into the essentials of Git, GitLab, and DevOps
  • Understand how to create, view, and run GitLab CI/CD pipelines
  • Explore how to verify, secure, and deploy code with GitLab CI/CD pipelines
  • Configure and use GitLab Runners to execute CI/CD pipelines
  • Explore advanced GitLab CI/CD pipeline features like DAGs and conditional logic
  • Follow best practices and troubleshooting methods of GitLab CI/CD pipelines
  • Implement end-to-end software development lifecycle workflows using examples

 

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