South-Bound plugin i.e. SBP is an important and remarkable integration of SODA Foundation block storage management service to Click2Cloud's CloudsBrain. It is also called Hotpot project is the part of SODA Foundation that deals with volume management for block storage devices like Ceph, LVM, Dorado, Oceanstor, Netapp E-Series, and many more hosted in user's infrastructure. Here Netapp E-series storage is an independent contribution by Click2Cloud to OpenSDS.
Several containers such as Linux container, docker container or any of them, they package the application and isolate them from the host. This makes the container faster, reliable, efficient, light-weight and scalable. But apart from being light-weight or scalable containers lead to issues like they could not communicate with each other, containers had to be deployed appropriately, they had to be managed carefully, auto-scaling was not possible with containers, distributing traffic was still challenging.
V model is also known as verification and validation software model is an SDLC (System Development Life Cycle) and STLC (System Testing Life Cycle) based where main execution process takes place in a sequential manner of v shape. V model is nothing but the extension of the waterfall model which is based on the association of the development phase and each of the corresponding testing phases. That means there is a direct link between the testing cycle and the development cycle. V model of software testing is highly specific model and movement to next only occur after completion of the first cycle.
Software Development Life Cycle (SDLC) is a process used by the software industry to design, develop and test high quality software. The SDLC aims to produce a high-quality software that meets or exceeds customer expectations, reaches completion within times and cost estimates.
The Defect Management Process should be followed during the overall software development process and not only for specific testing or development activities. If a defect found in the testing phase then a question can be raised that if the defect is caught in this phase then what about the other defects that are alive in the system which may cause system failure if it occurs and is not yet discovered. So all processes like review process, static testing, inspection, etc., need to strengthen and everyone in the project should be serious about the process and contribute wherever necessary.
Agile Model shows an iterative and incremental approach. This approach breaks the product into small incremental units to provide iterations. Then each iteration involves steps like Planning, Requirement Analysis, Design, Coding, Unit Testing, Acceptance Testing, etc. This approach also allows continuous interaction with the customer for their feedback and corrections in the requirements at regular intervals. Agility is flexibility, it is a state of dynamic, adapted to the specific circumstances.
API testing helps examine application business logic. It’s a part of integration testing, and no quality assurance process is complete without it. In simple words, API stands for Application Programming Interface. API acts as an interface between two software applications and allows the two software applications to communicate with each other.
Prashant would be representing the Click2Cloud in the conference and would be speaking on the Breakout session. Prashant will be presenting Click2Cloud’s DevOps and .Net Apps containerization capabilities with IBM Bluemix platform.The session will be focused in giving a real-time demonstration of building a production-ready solution on IBM Bluemix using .NET and Java in less than ten minutes. The session will introduce Click2Cloud’s DevOps solution using which a user can easily build, deploy, and manage containerized apps and perform hot deployments on Bluemix cloud.
The benefits of cloud extensions for developers are massive from providing a more agile system, to automatic integration and continuous delivery and coding. Linux Cloud Tool for Visual Studio with Docker tooling allows users to unite, manage containers and images from visual studio 2015 IDE to Linux cloud systems. Click2Cloud provides easy to use Red Hat at OpenShift tools that can be used on Visual Studio making it easier for users to contrast, manage and deploy applications speedily and reliably.
Kubernetes is an open-source platform for automating deployment, scaling, and operations of application containers across clusters of hosts. Kubernetes is the key component for managing and ensuring the reliability of application deployments in OpenShift 3.
Red Hat OpenShift 3 is a great technology that uses Docker Container and Kubernetes. The OpenShift 3 has evolved and gained a very good momentum since its launch in 2015. It uses a Git Repository to store the application source code and Docker registry to manage Docker Images.
Click2Cloud Visual Studio 2015 Tool; bring Docker and Kubernetes based containerized .Net application to OpenShift 3 Enterprise. Our DevOps solution, allows developers to build, manage and deploy containerized .NET and lot more other applications straight from Visual Studio IDE to Red Hat’s OpenShift 3 Enterprise Cloud Platform
Click2Cloud Docker Container & Kubernetes based OpenShift 3 Origin (V 1.1.6) Tool for Visual Studio 2015
Click2Cloud Visual Studio 2015 Tool; bring Docker and Kubernetes based containerized .Net application to OpenShift 3 Origin. Our DevOps solution, allows developers to build, manage and deploy containerized .NET and lot more other applications straight from Visual Studio IDE to Red Hat’s OpenShift 3 Origin Cloud Platform.
Our Visual Studio Extension allows developers to Build, Manage and Deploy containerized .Net and lot more other applications straight from IDE to OpenShift 3.0 cloud platform on a cloud of your choice. Bring on the benefits of Docker and Kubernetes offered by OpenShift. The power of “AND” eliminates the question to choose Microsoft “OR” Red Hat. Our DevOps solution gives you the choice of a truly heterogeneous environment where Red Hat and Microsoft applications work harmoniously in Redhat OpenShift 3.0 and Redhat Openshift 2.0.