More Than Just Code

a blog from the folks at Inedo

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Aug 2016

Utilizing DevOps tools can build exponential growth in automation, as well as customer confidence.

The process of manually deploying software shouldn't have a place in a modern software organization. It's time consuming for your team, wastes valuable resources, and leads to avoidable errors.

Olivia Glenn

Aug 26, 2016

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Aug 2016

BuildMaster 5.3.6 Released

A new Maintenance version of BuildMaster (v5.3.6) has been released

Tod Hoven

Aug 24, 2016

24

Aug 2016

BuildMaster 5.3.5 Released

A new Maintenance version of BuildMaster (v5.3.5) has been released

Tod Hoven

Aug 24, 2016

24

Aug 2016

ProGet 4.3.1 Released

A new Maintenance version of ProGet (v4.3.1) has been released

Tod Hoven

Aug 24, 2016

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Aug 2016

Application Release Automation and its role in the DevOps toolchain

Recently, I ran across a great blog post by our friends over at Automic Software. The post highlighted the relationship between Application Release Automation and Continuous Integration and how tools in each category fulfill a different role in a DevOps toolchain.

Devin Sweeney

Aug 22, 2016

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Aug 2016

ProGet 4.3 has been Released!

A new Minor version of ProGet (v4.3.0) has been released

Tod Hoven

Aug 19, 2016

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Aug 2016

BuildMaster 5.3.4 Released

A new Maintenance version of BuildMaster (v5.3.4) has been released

Tod Hoven

Aug 18, 2016

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Aug 2016

Multi-site Feed Replication in action

Software Package Managers (NuGet, Maven, Bower, npm, etc.) are an established concept, and many enterprises use Universal Package Managers like ProGet to manage and coordinate how these packages are used in the software development process. Many enterprises are global organizations that have separate functioning business units that require common packages; this is where multi-site feed replication comes in.

Devin Sweeney

Aug 18, 2016

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Aug 2016

BuildMaster 5.3.3 Released

A new Maintenance version of BuildMaster (v5.3.3) has been released

Tod Hoven

Aug 16, 2016

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Aug 2016

Does Modeling Have a Place in DevOps?

Team building, better communication, and faster quality changes are some of the most basic tenets of DevOps. Finding a way to combine all three aspects is a challenge many organizations face. While there is no 'one-size fits all' solution, a good place to start might be an Application Model.

Scott Reece

Aug 16, 2016