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Apache Maven – A tool to build Artifacts

Apache Maven is a software project management and comprehension tool. Based on the concept of a project object model (POM), Maven can manage a project's build, reporting and documentation from a central piece of information. Using Maven, we can build and manage any Java based project. Maven software is used very often in the industry, and in this we're going to see the fundamentals of Maven software which will help make effective use of this software.
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Ansible Playbooks

Playbooks are nothing but files consisting of your written code, and they are written in YAML language, which defines the tasks and executes them through the Ansible. Playbooks may include one or more plays. Plays defines a set of activities or tasks to be run on hosts of inventory file.
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Ansible Ad-Hoc Commands and Playbooks

An ansible ad-hoc command is a one-line command that lets you perform basic tasks efficiently without writing playbooks. An Ansible ad-hoc command uses ansible command-line tool to automate a single task on one or more managed nodes. Ad-hoc commands are quick and easy, but they are not reusable. Ad-hoc commands demonstrate the simplicity and power of Ansible.
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The Ansible Architecture

Ansible is an open source, IT automation tool. It can configure systems, deploy software, and orchestrate more advanced IT tasks such as continuous deployments or zero downtime rolling updates. In this article, we’ll now discuss ansible architecture and the difference between push-based vs pull based as well.
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Subversion (Centralized Version Control System)

Version control system is a repository of files, often the files for the source code of computer programs with monitored access. They are essential for any form of distributed, collaborative development. Whether it is the history of wiki page or the large program software firm.
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LDAP Integration with Sonatype Nexus

Sonatype Nexus supports the Repository Manager integration with various active directory systems for authentication, such as Microsoft Exchange / Active Directory, OpenLDAP, ApacheDS, and others. In order to use LDAP authentication in the nexus repository manager, we will need to add the LDAP Authentication Realm by navigating to the realms option which is available in administration settings under security section.
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LDAP Integration with SonarQube

If you want to access the SonarQube server with LDAP credentials (i.e. with Active Directory Credentials), we need to integrate the SonarQube with LDAP servers. Now, in this article we will discuss the integration process of LDAP with SonarQube. We need to install an LDAP plugin for integration process. This plugin allows the delegation of SonarQube authentication and authorization to an LDAP server (including LDAP Service of Active Directory). So, please make sure to install LDAP plugin in Sona...
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LDAP Integration with Jenkins

In this document, we are going to see the integration process of LDAP and Jenkins. The default installation of Jenkins server uses internal user database which doesn’t work for large development and operations teams. You need to manually create each user.
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LDAP Integration with Gitlab

If any organization has an LDAP directory service such as Active Directory, then GitLab can be configured to allow your users to sign with their LDAP credentials (i.e. Active Directory Credentials). The first time a user signs in with LDAP credentials, GitLab will create a new GitLab user associated with the LDAP Distinguished Name (DN) of the LDAP user.
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Git Command line Options

Git is a free and open source distributed version control system designed to handle everything from small to very large projects with speed and efficiency. Git is commonly used for open source and commercial software development.
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