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  • How to add a Gradle dependency
    Discover the best way to add a dependency to a Gradle project and understand what Gradle does to make the dependency available to your application code.
  • Gradle assemble task essentials
    Learn everything you’ll ever need to know about Gradle’s task for creating artifacts, assemble.
  • Gradle check task essentials
    Discover everything you’ll ever need to know about Gradle’s verification task, check.
  • Maven vs. Gradle in-depth comparison
    This in-depth comparison helps you decide whether to use the Maven or Gradle build tool, so you can pick the right tool to support your project’s growth.
  • Top 5 Gradle benefits over Maven
    You might be surprised how much difference Gradle can make compared to Maven in terms of developer productivity. Here are the top 5 benefits of using Gradle, each with a full comparison with Maven.

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Gradle

  • How to add a Gradle dependency
    Discover the best way to add a dependency to a Gradle project and understand what Gradle does to make the dependency available to your application code.
  • Gradle assemble task essentials
    Learn everything you’ll ever need to know about Gradle’s task for creating artifacts, assemble.
  • Gradle check task essentials
    Discover everything you’ll ever need to know about Gradle’s verification task, check.

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Jenkins

  • How to build Gradle projects with GitHub Actions
    Learn how to easily build Gradle projects with GitHub Actions, optimise build performance, and use the event driven approach to handle common scenarios like PR creation.
  • Using Jenkins and Kaniko to build Docker images in AWS
    Running Jenkins in AWS is simple using Fargate, but what if we need Jenkins itself to build Docker images? Learn how to use Kaniko from Jenkins to easily build and push a Docker image, keeping your CI pipelines totally serverless.
  • Deploying Jenkins into AWS ECS using CDK
    Deploying Jenkins into AWS ECS requires careful consideration to make sure you’re following best-practice. Learn how to deploy a production-ready Jenkins instance in just a few lines of code, using the power of the AWS Cloud Development Kit (CDK).

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Prometheus

  • How and when to use a Prometheus gauge
    A Prometheus gauge is a specific type of metric used for measurements. That means your service always returns to Prometheus the current value of whatever it is you’re measuring. Prometheus is regularly scraping your service for metrics though, and when your gauge’s current value is returned Prometheus stores this against the current time. You’ll then […]
  • Prometheus service discovery for AWS ECS
    Last Updated on November 27, 2020 Having Prometheus automatically discover your AWS ECS services makes life a lot easier since you don’t have to manage Prometheus target configurations across environments. Although Prometheus doesn’t provide it out-of-the-box, in this article you’ll discover exactly how to setup service discovery for ECS by combining a few simple tools. […]
  • Spring Boot default metrics
    Last Updated on November 4, 2020 Spring Boot 2’s actuator module provides monitoring and management capabilities for your application, and includes the Micrometer metrics collection facility. Micrometer comes preconfigured with many useful default metrics, and also includes the ability for you to configure your own. In this article we’ll run through the most important default […]

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AWS

  • 3 surprising facts about AWS SQS FIFO queues
    The first-in-first-out (FIFO) queue is the type of AWS SQS queue that guarantees order and provides exactly once delivery of messages. That sounds great, but there are some other important features to understand to avoid unexpected queue behaviour. In this article you’ll discover the 3 most important caveats with SQS FIFO queues. 1) If a […]
  • Running Jenkins slave agents in another VPC using VPC endpoints
    With this advanced tutorial, you’ll learn how to implement a common use case of deploying Jenkins slave agents into another VPC within the same AWS account.
  • 3 options for cross-account VPC access in AWS
    Last Updated on April 14, 2021 Using separate AWS accounts provides strong separation of resources, which is great until the point you need cross-account access from a VPC in one account to another. In this article you’ll learn 3 ways to setup a secure connection across accounts, with full working examples you can try out […]

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