Oct ‘20 Updates: Community 2.0, Coding Jag, Underpass, Extension With Azure Pipelines & More!

Boo! It’s the end of the spooky season, but we are not done with our share of treats yet! We are always working tirelessly to improve your LambdaTest experience, and it can be a little hard to keep track of everything. To end October 2020 on a happy note and keep you well-informed, we are …

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The #1 DevOps transformation mistake organisations are making

In the 7.5 years we’ve been working in DevOps what’s the #1 DevOps Transformation mistake we keep seeing over and over again? The Answer? Rushing into launching an entire DevOps transformation programme before making the case for WHY the “status quo” is no longer good enough.  Most transformation efforts fail It’s no secret that change is hard and most transformation efforts fail. Leading …

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Updates on Hub Rate Limits, Partners and Customer Exemptions

The gradual enforcement of the Docker Hub progressive rate limiting enforcement on container image pulls for anonymous and free users began Monday, November 2nd. The next three hour enforcement window on Wednesday, November 4th from 9am to 12 noon Pacific time. During this window, the eventual final limit of 100 container pull requests per six …

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Kubernetes vs OpenShift: What’s The Difference?

When it comes to container orchestration, Kubernetes and OpenShift are the prominent choices one cannot ignore. While we compare the two, keep in mind that they rather complement each other; in fact, Kubernetes is a significant component of the OpenShift platform. Additionally, thanks to their robust and scalable configurations, both technologies offer the possibility of: …

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Top 5 Cucumber Best Practices For Selenium Automation

Do you know Cucumber is a great tool used to run acceptance tests using the plain-text functional descriptions with Gherkin? Behavior Driven Development strategy or BDD, as it is popularly known, is implemented using the Cucumber tool. The best part about using the Cucumber BDD framework are: Tests are first documented before being implemented. Tests …

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Expanded Support for Open Source Software Projects

Docker remains committed to providing a platform where the non-commercial open source developers can continue collaborating, innovating and pushing this industry into new directions.   In August, we announced to our dedicated community and ecosystem that we are creating new policies for image retention and data pull rates. We made these changes to make Docker a sustainable …

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