Unleashing the Potential of Agile and DevOps in Business Growth

Agile and DevOps are two popular methodologies that have revolutionized the way businesses approach software development and delivery. These methodologies have gained immense popularity in recent years due to their ability to enhance collaboration, efficiency, and speed in the software development process. 

By adopting Agile practices and DevOps services, organizations can achieve better business outcomes and gain a competitive edge. Here, in this blog, we’ll explore how Agile and DevOps methodologies can unleash the potential of businesses by accelerating their growth. 

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What is Agile DevOps?

Agile DevOps is an approach to software development that combines two key methodologies: Agile and DevOps. Agile is an iterative and collaborative approach to software development that focuses on delivering functional software in short, incremental sprints. DevOps, on the other hand, is a set of practices that emphasizes collaboration between software developers and IT operations teams to enable faster & more efficient software delivery.

Agile DevOps combines these two methodologies to create a unified approach to software development and delivery. This approach enables teams to rapidly iterate on software development while maintaining quality and reliability.

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AWS Transit Gateway – A Saviour for your Connections


Transit Gateway can make your routings easy with the simple configuration just by making simple Transit attachments. See how it works

What is Transit Gateway?

Transit gateways help you to connect multiple VPCs, multiple Transit Gateway, network Appliance, AWS Direct Connect Gateway, and VPN to transit Gateway. It helps you in making your routing flow understandable and easy to maintain. More over you can say it’s serverless of your VPC peering Service.

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Cert-Manager Issuer for Cross-Account Route 53 [ EKS ]

Cert-Manager is a very powerful tool when we talk about managing TLS certificates & issuers and no other tool comes near the Cert-Manager for kubernetes in terms of open source, visibility, documentation, installation option, integration, and many more. Even with the same account or cross-account option, there is a direct integration option provided by cert-manager CRDs. This will lead to ease of setting of certificates and managing those created certificates.


For this session/blog, we are going to use ACME certificates [or Let’s encrypt certificates] using DNS01 challenger.

Before setting up we need to have the clarity of account and their functionality.



NOTE: For the same account, you can use serviceaccount to make a call through OIDC To AWS IAM Role.

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How to Fix a Corrupted GUI after Downgrading Python on Ubuntu?

If you’ve recently downgraded Python on Ubuntu, you may have noticed that your GUI is not functioning properly. Specifically, the login screen may be corrupted or not loading at all, and you may not be able to log in or access your desktop. This is because the downgrade may have caused some dependencies to break, including the lightdm package that manages the display manager.

What is Lightdm ?

Lightdm is a display manager that manages the login screen and desktop environment for Ubuntu and other Linux distributions. It’s responsible for starting the X server, authenticating users, and loading the graphical user interface. If lightdm is not functioning properly, you may not be able to log in or access your desktop. Reinstalling lightdm is a simple and effective solution to fix these issues and restore your system’s GUI.

Downgrading Python can cause unexpected issues with your system, particularly with the graphical user interface (GUI). Specifically, the display manager known as lightdm may become corrupted, resulting in an unusable login screen and desktop environment.

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