DevOps Team Lead
Senior DevOps (over 10 years of experience). Yvhen’s uniqueness – he likes shooting, that’s why we are always dead on time with projects’ deploy
Just a bit more than 5 years ago Docker, a containerization project, was launched. The developers happily moved their applications running on a VM to Docker containers and felt happier even despite the bugs they ran into. However, a year later Kubernetes was created and became a key part of the container revolution. It grounded on the 15 years of Google experience and was crafted by Google expert team. It made not only the app development easier, but offers more flexibility and opportunities for scaling to the projects.
Many companies providing web and app development services use open source solutions in their work. Studio stfalcon.com is not an exception: our favorite PHP framework Symfony2 is distributed under free software license from MIT. That’s why we are trying to contribute to open source projects and pay back to the community
Gitorious is a repositories hosting based on a distributing version of Git control system. This is the second popular service after Github. The source code for the project is available on the AGPL license. AGPL claims that the modified source code of the application would remain available to users on the network. I.e. if you make any changes to your Gitorious installation — all changes should be available to its users.
Redmine is a free (free as freedom) system to manage projects and track bugs. It’s written in Ruby on Rails. Its source code is distributed under the GNU GPL license.
We’ve been using Redmine to manage projects for more than two years. During this time, the system had accumulated 80 thousands projects and some fifty members.