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  1. Mirabeau Cloud Framework: proud to announce our open-source initiative! DevOps
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    Lotte-Sara Laan
    Datum

    About 4 years ago I joined Mirabeau without any experience in cloud or automation tooling. I was told I was going to work in a team where we would automate building environments in the cloud. At that time, I couldn’t think of any way this was possible but now I…

  2. Efficiently rollout Sitecore environments on Azure PaaS with VSTS Sitecore
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    Arjan Verus
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    The new Mirabeau website went live earlier this month. In this blog post I'll tell a bit more on the architecture and development part of this project. So.. a making of story from a engineering point of view. During the development we used Visual Studio Team Services (VSTS) to quickly rollout…

  3. Closing the loop: managing production stability versus delivery velocity DevOps
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    Niels Albers
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    People who come from a traditional IT environment will recognize the conflicts that occur when a release goes from development into production. In a situation where the development and operations organisations are separate, there is a huge disconnect between the priorities of each party. Development, working with their customers breathing…

  4. A hybris e-commerce platform based on Micro-services DevOps
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    Sjors van der Bijl
    Datum

    As a front-runner in cloud technology our goal is to always build low maintenance & low-cost digital platforms to speed up the time to market for our clients. This blog article describes as to how we provided one of our DIY clients with a modern cloud e-commerce architecture, that contributed…

  5. Automated Quality Gateways Quality Assurance
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    Maarten Groeneweg
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    In the medieval times of software development we kept bugs outside by building a big wall between development and production. We mostly called it the Quality Assurance department. They acted as gatekeepers, every piece of functionality was closely examined and if it contained bugs it was rejected at the gate.…