Author: Prashant Trivedi

Teamcity Vs Jenkins. Which CI Tool Is Better?

Reading Time: 4 minutes Why Jenkins? Jenkins is the most popular open-source continuous integration tool. you can install Jenkins on major operating systems like Windows or Linux, as it runs on Java. It was originally created as a build automation tool for Java applications. Since then, it has evolved a lot and has more than 1400 plugins to easily integrate with other platforms and tools. Jenkins automates the software builds Continue Reading

How To Access Windows Machine Using Ansible

Reading Time: 7 minutes Ever Tried Connecting to a windows machine hosted anywhere, with the help of Ansible? Let’s Checkout, just follow the steps mentioned below:- Step 1:- First of all, you should have a windows instance running, if not then you can easily create it using AWS. You can check this blog if you need a reference for creating windows instances using AWS. Step 2:- Once You are Continue Reading

What Makes Openstack So Popular?

Reading Time: 3 minutes Today major requirement for most IT Companies is of cloud, but they don’t prefer public clouds due to security reasons, they basically want to set up their own cloud on their specific data centers, for example, companies like Ericsson, Vodafone. So Any Big Company wants its infrastructure cloud base without purchasing any kind of public cloud from the market. So these companies can put OpenStack Continue Reading

Docker-Why Developers Love Docker? Just Have A Look!

Reading Time: 5 minutes It is basically a tool which enables developers to create,deploy and to run any application easily as light-weight container ,which could run virtually anywhere.The main purpose of Docker is to easily develop applications. It further ship them into containers so that they can then be deployed anywhere. This feature is very helpful to developers. And most importantly it is an open source. This means that anyone can contribute Continue Reading

Scala- A Simple tour.

Reading Time: 3 minutes What Is Scala? Scala is a multi purpose programming language , which provides support for both Object Oriented and Functional Programming. It express common programming patterns in a concise, elegant, and type-safe manner. It was Designed in the year 2003 by  Mr. Martin Odersky and his research team. The most fascinating thing about scala is that , Scala executable code runs over JVM so to Continue Reading

Pattern Matching – Have A Look In Scala!

Reading Time: 5 minutes What Is Pattern Matching? When we talk about pattern matching , first thing that comes in our mind is a string matching or regular expression , but when it comes to functional programming this terminology takes a new meaning, which means that instead of string matching or regular expression matching , the functional programming is going to look into matching objects against other objects. Scala Continue Reading