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Chef Start here with ease..

Introduction
“Until I discovered cooking, I was never really interested in anything. Julia Child”


Chef, the lead in automation industry has many tickling facet and calibre. Before introducing the potentials of “The Chef”, it’s non negotiable to evade the foresight of its relevance to devops exercises. Chef can take care of server automation, infrastructure environment and continuously deliver your application.

Motive behind this array
With this blog series, we will familiarize you with the concepts of chef and will try to make you comfortable with our hands on blogs. This series of blog contains 15 blogs in a row which will enhance the knowledge and draw your faith in chef.
“Always Pre-Heat The Oven Before Putting The Meat In !!”
Prerequisites
For all the upcoming blogs we presume that you have basic understanding of Git, Docker,Vagrant and Linux. This blog series is written in consideration with centos as platform, although you can apply them on ubuntu by following some minor changes.


We are…

jgit-flow maven plugin to Release Java Application

Introduction As a DevOps I need a smooth way to release the java application, so I compared two maven plugin that are used to release the java application and in the end I found that Jgit-flow plugin is far better than maven-release plugin on the basis of following points: Maven-release plugin creates .backup and release.properties files to your working directory which can be committed mistakenly, when they should not be. jgit-flow maven plugin doesn't create these files or any other file in your working directory.Maven-release plugin create two tags.Maven-release plugin does a build in the prepare goal and a build in the perform goal causing tests to run 2 times but jgit-flow maven plugin builds project once so tests run only once.If something goes wrong during the maven plugin execution, It become very tough to roll it back, on the other hand jgit-flow maven plugin makes all changes into the branch and if you want to roll back just delete that branch.jgit-flow maven plugin doesn…