Tag: Version Control

Technology - What Is Microsoft Azure DevOps?

Technology – What Is Microsoft Azure DevOps?

If you have not heard about Microsoft’s new service, Azure DevOps, you’re missing out. This SaaS solution covers the full lifecycle of software development and integration with dozens of leading tools. Azure DevOps consists of various services covering the development lifecycle, including Azure Boards, Pipelines, Repos, Test Plans, and Artifacts. The goal is to simplify the way software development is done by providing all of the tools a developer needs to be successful. Cloud-hosted DevOps Implementing DevOps practices on Azure helps you automate the development, testing, delivery, and operations of your applications. Azure Boards are tools for collaboration among your

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Technology – What is GitLab?

What is GitLab? GitLab is a web interface layer that builds on Git to let team members collaborate in every phase of a project. It offers a range of integrations and plugins, and can be self-hosted or hosted by a third-party service. Let’s take a closer look. Here are some of the best features of GitLab. And don’t forget to check out the demo for more information! GitLab is a web interface layer on top of Git As a web interface on top of Git, GitLab is highly configurable. Projects have their own demands and features, and GitLab is flexible

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Technology – Which Version Control Systems Are Supported By Denodo Virtualization?

Using Version Control is a denodo Virtual DataPort (VDP) recommended best practice. Version 8.0 of denodo virtualization supports three Version Control Systems (VCS): Microsoft Team Foundation Server (TFS) 2010 or later Apache Subversion (1.7), and Git and Git derivative version control systems (e.g., GitLab, GitHub, OpenBSD, ) User Manuals > Virtual DataPort Administration Guide > Version Control Systems Integration https://community.denodo.com/docs/html/browse/8.0/en/vdp/administration/version_control_systems_integration/version_control_systems_integration

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