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Docker images, containers, hub, and everything related to the containerization platform
For questions about Jenkins, an open source automation server, and using Jenkins for topics such as building, testing, and deploying software, etc. For questions specifically about Jenkins Plugins use…
For questions about Amazon Web Services (AWS) in general. If your question is about a specific Amazon web service please use that tag, e.g. [amazon-s3], [amazon-ec2], [amazon-ecs], [aws-codedeploy]
for questions about Ansible, an open-source automation engine, related to using Ansible for topics such as cloud provisioning, configuration management, application deployment, etc.
the process of merging developer's working code copies to a shared codebase frequently to prevent or minimize integration problems. For questions about a specific CI sys…
For questions about Kubernetes, an open-source system for automating deployment, scaling, and management of containerized applications.
For questions specifically about Jenkins 2.0's pipeline architecture. This includes both declarative and scripted pipelines.
for questions about deployment, which is about all the activities to make (part of) a system available for use in some target environment.
for questions about Git, a free and open source distributed version control system, related to using Git for topics such as continuous delivery, monitoring, building SDLC infrastructure, …
Use for generic questions on containers that do not fall under a specific container technology, like Docker, LXC, FreeBSD Jails, OpenBSD sysjails, Solaris Containers, WPARs, etc. Also use where the s…
For questions about clarifications of DevOps terms. Use this tag to ask about unclear or ambiguous terms, and remember to show any research you've found already before asking about a definition.
For questions about using Amazon Elastic Compute Cloud in DevOps, including deploying, monitoring and scaling applications in EC2. For questions specifically about monitoring EC2 with [aws-cloudwatch]…
a tool that is able to run multiple container by issuing `docker-compose up`. One of the features is that DNS mappings could be made between the containers so that they can find each…
For questions about DevOps 'culture' and how it can be used to improve organisations, policies and workflows. Use this tag for questions about how an organisational culture can be changed through DevO…
For questions about plugins for Jenkins, the open source automation server.
For questions about Terraform, an open source tool to maintain infrastructure.
the generic term for a UNIX-like open source operating system based on the Linux kernel. Use this tag for questions about DevOps practices, processes and tools in Linux environments.
for questions about automatically deploying software to a production environment as part of a CI pipeline. For questions about manual deployment to production use the [continuous-delivery…
the brand name for a series of operating systems from Microsoft. Use this tag to describe questions about DevOps tools and practices on the Windows Operating System.
the process of building or integrating software that takes a manual or laborious task and brings it under machine control, thus reducing labour. Use this tag to describe questions that …
For questions related to IT Security, Information Security or DevSecOps.
any activity aimed at evaluating an attribute or capability of a program or system and determining that it meets its required results. Use this tag on questions that talk about th…
the task of tracking and controlling changes in the software deployments
For questions about observing, tracking, and recording activities or data to measure progress towards achieving objectives.
for questions about manually deploying software to a production environment as part of a CI pipeline. For questions about automatic deployment to production use the [continuous-deployment…
For questions about Microsoft Azure, which is a Platform as a Service (PaaS) and Infrastructure as a Service (IaaS) cloud computing platform.
For questions about GitLab, an open source Git repository manager with issue tracking, wiki and continuous integration facilities.
a dynamic and strongly typed programming language designed to emphasize usability.
For questions about Dockerfiles - text files containing instructions to build Docker container images.
for DevOps related questions about configuration, which is used to specify the desired settings of a system or application.
a Python-based open-source configuration management software and remote execution engine.