Gradle 7.0 was released on 9th April 2021, and includes some important new features and improvements. Discover what’s new, and what the benefits could be for your Gradle project.
In this article you’ll learn how to setup SonarQube branch analysis to check the quality of both master and feature branches, finding potential issues even earlier in the development lifecycle.
In this article you’ll learn how to view the dependency tree, so you can understand fully how you project is built and resolve common issues.
A powerful Gradle feature is its ability to setup dependencies between tasks, creating a task graph. Learn all about the task graph, how to add tasks to it, and how to print it out.
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 […]
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.
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 yourself. Why do we need cross-account […]
A common source of confusion is understanding the difference between the gradle and gradlew commands. Learn what each command does and when to use it.
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 […]
Discover some of the reasons you might want to consider using AWS CodeBuild from within your Jenkins pipeline. Then learn how to do it.