2022-09-20 | By Przemysław Zieliński | In Sysdogs Team

DevOps as a Service vs DevOps Body leasing

Here's why the DevOps as a Service model is better for your business. We at sysdogs use DevOps as a Service. And this is the model we recommend to you. Why? Before we get to the explanation of why we have chosen DevOps as a Service in particular, it is still necessary to take care to objectively present the other models of cooperation with DevOps companies. This will also allow us to highlight even more clearly the advantages of our chosen solution. So let's start by presenting both models. What is DevOps as a Service? In a nutshell, it is the migration of tools and processes to a hosted…

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2022-08-24 | By Przemysław Zieliński | In Sysdogs Team

Meet our DevOps Engineer - Bartłomiej Kałuża

Here is another wizard in our DevOps circle. Does he use spells instead of commands and does he prefer runes to lines of code - find out in our conversation with Bartłomiej Kałuża, DevOps Engineer. Your favourite magic trick as a DevOps wizard is... I don't actually have a favourite trick. It's more a product of current needs and acceptable solutions. Some of the tricks are one-offs, others evolve into standard practice and then they are no longer just a trick, but a full-fledged spell. What is at the top of your list of good practices? Automation and codification but within common sense. If I…

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2022-08-18 | By Łukasz Kopicki | In Code

Interacting with the Github API - a how-to guide

GitHub is in fact one of the best collaboration platforms with the Git Verison Control System at its heart. Nowadays, GitHub is not only used by IT teams but also by people not directly related to the IT area, like book writers, researchers and many others. However, in this article I will not explain what GitHub is and what it is used for. Instead, I will focus on automating some of the everyday use cases relating to GitHub. Simple or not? At first glance GitHub seems easy to use… You go to the Github website, create an account (if you don't already have one), create a repository, clone it…

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2022-07-19 | By Przemysław Zieliński | In Sysdogs Team

Meet our Junior DevOps - Artur Spychalla

Maybe he is Junior DevOps, but he is for sure a mature team player. Meet Artur Spychalla! What counts more in DevOps work: energy and youth or calmness and experience? It's hard to answer unequivocally. A Junior DevOps is going to face problems that will firstly annoy him to the extreme and then drain him of all energy. Experience is an invaluable asset that always counts. In my opinion, it's the calmness and experience that count more in working as DevOps, but you can't get into monotony, you can't get "jaded." Therefore, energy is also important. Does experience from working on a helpdesk…

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