SecureCI 2018 Q3 Release

This SecureCI release was mainly about modernizing our infrastructure as code, our release process, and automating manual steps to set us up for quicker releases in the future. It was a very long and painful process, but finally, an updated version of SecureCI™ is available! So, what can you expect from this release? New Features First […]

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2017 Q1 SecureCI™ Release
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I know what you’re thinking…what happened to the 2016 release? Well, 2016 was an interesting year, and unfortunately we weren’t able to get out a mid-year release, and our Q4 release got pushed to Q1 of this year. But, finally, an updated version of SecureCI™ is here! So, what can you expect from this release? Upgrades First and […]

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Coveros Releases New Version of SecureCI™

SecureCI™, the industry’s first and only open-source continuous integration solution, just got better! Fairfax, VA., February 9, 2017 — Coveros, the market leader in the delivery of secure, reliable software, announced today availability of the newest version of SecureCI™ which includes updated and integrated versions of best in class open source products for source code control, […]

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Setting up OpenLDAP

I recently needed to setup OpenLDAP for a client. We setup an entire pipeline, similar to SecureCI and wanted to tie all of the tools into one login system. The installation was pretty straitforward, but we wanted to ensure our tooling stack was secured, so we moved a bit beyond the basics. This is all […]

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Configuring Gitblit post-commit hooks over SSL

I have now twice spent multiple days trying to get a Gitblit server to communicate with a Jenkins server over SSH. This was done as part of ongoing work to update the Coveros SecureCI product with the goal of properly configuring both tools and a self-signed certificate to enable Gitblit’s post-commit jenkins hook to trigger builds. Given that […]

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New Testing Framework Release

After much work, I have finally gotten a new release out of the STF. Now we’re up to version 1.4.0. The full project is now available on github, but if you are just looking to update your jar from the previous version, you can find that here. The file structure has changed some to better […]

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Completing your CD Pipeline for your PHP Project

On my last two posts I went through setting up CI for your PHP project. As promised, this post will walk through the CD pipeline that I setup for the project. The Continuous Integration jobs were a good start, but I wanted to throw in additional testing, on architecture that better mimics production. I created two additional […]

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Including Swagger Docs into your DevOps Pipeline

On my last two posts I went through setting up CI for your PHP project. While I promised this post would cover setting up CD for your pipeline, I realized that I left out a fairly useful (but in my mind unique) part of the process. Our PHP application is using Laravel as the back […]

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Filling out your CI Pipeline for Your PHP Project

Last month I started writing about the DevOps pipeline that I built out for a PHP project. Today I plan on filling it out a bit more. What I described last week is what many people consider a full CI Pipeline, executing unit tests, code coverage, and static analysis. I threw in a little more […]

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Starting A CI Pipeline For Your PHP Project

I recently was put on a project where we are doing development for a website. There was already a large code, and we went in to add features in order to complete the site, and perform code refactoring when necessary. In order to accomplish this successfully, we decided to follow the SecureAgileTM, which involves ensuring […]

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