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    The operating system (OS) libraries and dependencies required to run the application source code in any context are included in containers, which are standardized, executable components. An open source platform called Docker enables programmers to create, distribute, launch, operate, update, and manage containers.
     Containers facilitate the creation and distribution of distributed applications. They have gained prominence as more companies transition to cloud-native development and hybrid multi cloud environments. By interfacing directly with technologies inherent in Linux and other operating systems, developers can create containers without Docker. But Docker makes containerization faster, easier, and safer. The Docker platform was apparently used by over 13 million developers as of this writing.
    Declarative setup and automation of containerized workloads and services are made possible by the portable, flexible, open-source platform known as Kubernetes. Its ecology is extensive and rapidly growing. Kubernetes' support, services, and technologies are widely available.
    The meaning of the word Kubernetes is "helmsman" or "pilot" in Greek. The acronym "K8s" is made up of the eight letters that come in between the "K" and the "s." Google opened the source code for the Kubernetes project in 2014. In Kubernetes, best-of-breed ideas and methods from the community are paired with over 15 years of Google's experience managing production workloads at scale.
    A Java-based open-source automation platform with continuous integration plugins built in is called Jenkins. Jenkins makes it easier for developers to incorporate changes to the project and for users to acquire a new version by continuously building and testing your software projects. Additionally, it enables the integration of a wide range of testing and deployment techniques, allowing you to continuously offer your product.
     Jenkins is a tool that businesses may use to automate and accelerate the software development process. All phases of the development lifecycle, including build, document, test, package, stage, deploy, static analysis, and many others, are combined by Jenkins.
    Jenkins supports Continuous Integration via plugins. Plugins allow for the integration of various DevOps phases. If you want to use a specific tool, you must install the plugins for it. Think of Git, Maven 2 projects, Amazon EC2, HTML publishers, etc. as examples.
    The AWS Developer Tools are a group of services designed to assist IT operations experts and DevOps practitioners in swiftly and safely producing software. Together, these services give you the ability to securely store and version manage your application's source code while automatically developing, testing, and deploying it to AWS or your on-premises environment. You can use AWS Codepipeline to orchestrate an end-to-end software release pipeline utilizing these services and third-party tools, or you can integrate each service separately with your present tools.
    You may use the command line to access Google Compute Engine, Google Cloud Storage, Google Big Query, and other products and services thanks to the Cloud SDK, which is a set of tools for the Cloud Platform.
    Microsoft's Azure DevOps platform for applications as a service (SaaS) provides a full DevOps toolchain for developing and distributing software. It connects with the bulk of the top products available and is a fantastic option for coordinating a DevOps toolchain. DevOpsGroup's many clients have found that Azure DevOps achieves their goals regardless of language, platform, or cloud.
    These techniques are referred to by the acronyms Continuous Delivery (CD) and Continuous Integration (CI). Continuous integration (CI), in the simplest terms, is a modern software development technique where incremental code changes are reliably and often made. Automated build-and-test processes that are spurred by continuous integration (CI) make code updates that are integrated into the repository reliable. Then, the code is quickly and simply provided as part of the CD process. The technology that enables developers to quickly and reliably push incremental code changes from their workstations to production is known as the CI/CD pipeline in the software industry.


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