What are the next gen. projects in the Jira cloud?

Hi, my loving friends. Welcome to this course. In this article, I will explain to you about the next-gen project. This is the new feature of Jira and atlas Sian introduced it in the year 2018 so, let’s have a look at the agenda of this content. In this, we will learn what are the next-gen projects, how to create next-gen projects? How can we create issues and add issue types in next-gen projects and how to configure the board? So. Let’ start.

What are the next-gen projects?

Next-gen projects are the newest projects in Jira software and it is only available on the cloud platform to the server one. If you are using a server the server platform and you wouldn’t be able to sit. The third one is configured by project team members. Any team member with the project’s admin role can modify the setting of their next-gen projects. There is no need to take the help of the Jira administrator to add the issue types and to add some fields to your screen. The Fourth one is it is easier and faster to configure than classic projects. You can easily configure setting like issue types and fields with drag-and-drop editing and reordering all in a single place because the best part of next-gen projects is the ability to enable and disable the features and it allows you to scale your projects as your team grows and tailor your projects to your team changing needs so, this is the best thing in the next-gen projects. And before going forward, I would like to tell you one more thing like atlas Sian is building the next-gen Jira software from the ground up.

How to create next-gen projects?

So, it doesn’t yet have all the features that classic projects have. And they are a lot of differences between the next-gen and the classic projects like if I’m talking about the configurations then in the classic projects. We are able to share the configurations from one project to another. But in the next gen, you can’t share it. If you did some configurations for the particular projects in the next-gen, you wouldn’t be able to share that configuration with another project. And there are many more like estimations in the classic projects, you have the options, you can give the estimations in story point in your basis but in the next-gen, there is only one option is available and that is a story point. If you will go to the next-gen cloud instance and see how can you create the next-gen projects and configure them? There will be your cloud instance and you will create the next-gen projects from there. You will see that there will be two options are available one is classic and the other is next-gen. if that particular option is created out for you then this is the permission issue so, before creating the next-gen project. I would like to tell you about the permission so, once you will click on the Jira setting and go to the global permissions, there will be your global permission schema, and create next-gen project option will be there. At the time, you will have permission to create the next-gen project. You will click on the next-gen project and you will see the interface is similar to the classic.

You can simply change the template from there but you will see only two templates are available one is scrum and another one is Kanban. If you will go with Kanban and name the project, you will see the access option (open, limited, private) and project key as a classic one. If you want to change the project key then you can do it there. You will go forward to clicking the create button then the next-gen project board will appear which would be similar to the classic one but what is the difference and how can you identify that this is the next-gen project but what will happen? If you will haven’t created it yet you didn’t create it. Maybe, you are using the project which is created by another one. You will see in the bottom line that you are in the next-gen project. You can find out and identify that you are using the next-gen project. You will see there are the options which are roadmap, board, pages, add an item, and project setting. A Roadmap is a good option which is given by the next-gen project. I will discuss this later in the course. I hope this will give you exact direction in the way of your Jira learning and about its next-gen project. So, you will stay tuned with this course for further next information regarding Jira next-gen project.

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How to set up a Jira cloud instance?

Hi dears, welcome to the course study of Jira. Today, through this article, I will explain to you how you will set up a Jira instance so that you can start to use Jira software for your projects. I have miscellaneous agenda for you. On which topics you will learn is types of Jira instance, what is the difference between server and Cloud instance? And how to create a cloud instance of Jira? So, let’s move forward to learn more about Jira concepts

Jira instance

Basically, there are two types of Jira instances, the first one is cloud and the second one is server. I will tell you what is the difference between the cloud and server instances and which one you should use if you are a beginner to learn about the Jira software. So, let’s move forward to learn about the cloud and the server instances.

Cloud vs server instance

Here I will discuss the cloud instance first. So, what is a cloud instance? In the cloud instance rather than installing and maintaining, your product on your own server Atlas Sian host and set up your Jira application on the cloud for you so, this is the cloud instance and according to me, this is the best instance for the beginner, who want to learn from the very beginning. It is very fast because it’s easy to set up and get started in minutes as soon as you sign up. You may start working and inviting the team members and the second one is reduced costs because it helps to save money on the physical hardware maintenance installation support and any other hidden administration cost as well. This is a cloud instance so, everything is on the cloud and there is no need to bear the cost of your own hardware. The third one is no need to upgrade because on the cloud you get immediate access to the latest version on Jira so, there is no need to upgrade the cloud instance. The fourth one is security, it is very secure because atlas Sian takes the responsibility to maintain the security and compliances of your data and organization so, I describe the benefits of the cloud instances but I want to tell you one more thing about you don’t have direct access to change the database structure, file system, or other server infrastructure because you have a cloud instance and atlas Sian already set up your cloud instance. So, they will not give you administrator access. Let’s learn more about the server instance. What is a server instance? In the server instance, basically, you install, host, and run the Atlas Sian’s product on your own hosting environment. So, basically, those teams will prefer that want to manage all the details on their own and are able to handle the complexity of setting up and hosting the product on their own server. So, if your organization is very big and you have a department of administrators. They can manage the administrator task of the Jira or the server so, you can go with the server version but you are working in a startup and you want to learn your own then go with a cloud one.

In this complete course, I will also use the cloud instance because as I already told you, it is very easy to set up and everyone can access it from anywhere but in the server instance may be the organization installed it on the internal environment so, you would not be able to access it from outside the organization but in the cloud instance, you may access anywhere as I told you I will explain the cloud version in this course so may be the people who are using the server one they will see some differences in the UI because the cloud and the server UI is different in the server we have the navigation on the top but in the cloud we have the navigation in the left hand side and many more other differences in the UI so as I told you the difference between the cloud and the server instances so let’s move forward and see how can you create the cloud instance of Jira so for creating the cloud instance of JIRA so, you will go to the atlas Sian website, there is an atlas Sian official website www.atlassian.com once you will click on the product tab then you can see the complete list of the atlas Sian the product but there you will go with the Jira software so, you will click on Jira software.  It will take you on that page you may try it free then you can see the three plans and there will be cloud one. You may see try the product in the cloud and that is a free 7 days trail period you can go with any of the packages so, you will go there with any of the packages and you will go there with that one so, you will click on try it free, you will say that is a 7 day free cloud trial and it will give you the full access to all features, you can add the unlimited users and access to sales and technical support so, you will create the account there so you will use your ID and you will click on agree and sign up once you will end with the sign up process then you will see the screen where they will ask you to check your inbox and confirm your email ID so, you will go to your email so to verify that email you will click yes verify and it will redirect to you to the page if you want to select what type of team with do you work in then you can but for that you will skip and see the URL there that is a JIRA all sort of gentle that you have mentioned at the time of creating the account and you can invite your team with the help of the email address if you will enter the email address there and send the invitation then the people will get the email will get the invite and they can accept and use this environment and that JIRA instance for now you will skip that  and there they will ask are you new to Jira or are you already experienced with Jira then you can find out for now. That will be the next page where you can see there are the two types of templates are available first one is the classic template and the second one is a next-generation template. You can see there the Kanban is scrum and the bug tracking three templates are available and these three templates come under the software category so if you will go and will select all types you can see there are many more templates are available which are related to business. In this course, that’s it for today this is a process where you can create the cloud instance.

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Is an SRE Career Right for You? Things to Consider Before Making the Decision?

Yes, SRE is the right career for me. SRE will be in the market for a longer period because SRE provides the solution of reliability, stability, and incremental improvements which will keep it in demand for a longer period.

That’s why SRE is a better choice for the long term and as a career. According to research, 33 percent of IT execs stated SRE/DevOps is the most crucial skill for organizations.

That same study found that 87 percent of those leaders say finding these professionals is very difficult. It also tells the demand in the market.

As SRE has removed the ‘Silos’, you can have fun working with other departments which can expand your knowledge as well.

And there are several reasons to consider it better Career purpose to be an SRE –

Higher salary: SRE engineers are getting good salaries than other engineers. if you like to earn, this might be a primary motivation or reason for following the SRE career path rather than a DevOps path.

You don’t need to be a technical expert to work in the SRE team. Basic knowledge will also work And the rest of the knowledge you can get from training under the SRE team. So more benefit in less thing can be considered much better than other.

More prestige: As it has been originated by Google it can be considered as one of the more prestigious jobs in the whole world.

SRE works in the collaboration with other departments, and SRE’s job is to maintain the reliability of the product, (which means less problem and efficient product) so it makes the working team images good in front of others on its own. So just because of the work, it makes the profile more prestigious.

Automation Mastery: With automation tools, SRE can scale easily and perform faster and more efficiently to remove the manual work as much as possible.

They can apply automation on repetitive tasks so they can focus most of their time on doing more high-value work and improving the product. Experience with automation tools is a priority and important for SRE candidates.

Site Reliability Engineers Are a Hybrid of Technical and Soft Skills: The skillsets of SRE are a mix of both technical and soft skills. Technical skill is necessary, but communication and collaboration are also important and it of course comes under soft skills because you can’t misbehave with anyone. The best SREs can do comfortably both things.

Things to Consider Before Making the Decision?

Rising Demand for SRE Talent – As it has been seen companies are realizing that reliability comes first is key to success somewhere. Downtime costs, customer expectations, and consistency.

That means a massive SRE craze is coming very soon. LinkedIn ranked SRE in the Fifth position in its 2020 United States Emerging Jobs Report, and it showed 34% annual growth.

AS digital market is increasing complexity are also showing their faces, so companies are hiring a dedicated team to solve the reliability concerns. That means as SRE is showing growth, it’s gonna dominate the 2021 jobs portals. In other words, there will be a rise in the demand for SRE talent.

According to, Maya Ber Lerner of DevOps.com states, “Increasing levels of automation will require smart ways to handle dynamic infrastructure and applications without losing control, and being able to track changes back to the coder.”

This will demand SRE best practices around observability, error budgets, and documented and automated incident management capabilities.

So This can be the reason for the increase in demand for SRE.

SRE Offers a Definite Career Path that Promises Steady Growth – Yes, SRE Offers a definite Career Path that Promises Steady growth, because SRE Plays a vital role in the Digital world by their monitoring and automation, especially to those who wants to run their operations efficiently so their products can perform effectively in customers hand.

And of course, it can be done perfectly through only SRE because it focuses on only operations works to solve the problems to run the product effectively in the market.

So just because of the nature of SRE, it will be in the market for a longer period and as long as SRE be in the Market, it needs engineers. So directly indirectly SRE provides good growth as per your skills.

SRE is the core of a successful business and most companies find they have a role pretty similar to SRE today in the world of software in the world of technology.

Your Key Responsibility Areas (KRA) as SRE Expert – SRE understands that failure will happen. Failure is just the nature of business. You can’t design the perfect system.

So SRE programmatically identifies potential failures and solves them ahead of time, and it is also good at identifying how are we going to solve immediate tactical problems.

So as an SRE expert you are responsible to monitor the product when it will be running in the market, fixing the issues, bugs, blot wares, etc with automation to eliminate the manual work on the same issue again n again.

SRE also gets the feedback and the actual real-time data of software functioning, and it gives it back to the developer team, so they can make reliable software and remove the vulnerabilities.

Monitoring and logging are just keys to SRE roles. So SRE’s in monitoring terms, they are keeping track of what’s happening in real-time. Logging is an archive of what has happened, so you can go back to examine it later.

So your monitoring going to give you the ability to anticipate failures and see them coming, so you can proactively solve them.

Logging is when you get an unanticipated failure, it allows you to get back and see what happened. You can do RCA ( Root cause analysis ) on it, and figure out how to solve it, not just for now but for the future.

Technical Skills Needed to Build an SRE Career – Some required skills are:-

They should know “How to Code”

They should have “In-depth knowledge of version control”

They should have “good knowledge of operating Systems”

Acquire knowledge of “Cloud-native applications”

Build a good understanding of “Distributed computing”

Acquire the “CI/CD implementation expertise”

Build an in-depth understanding of “monitoring tools”

Build “troubleshooting skills”

Build “Communication & Collaboration” skills

To learn all these skills you have to learn various tool-sets. I am going to mention those below which are used by various organizations currently.

S.no Problems Tools

1 Operating Systems – Centos/Ubuntu & VirtualBox & Vagrant
2 Cloud – AWS
3 Containers – Docker & Kubernetes – Helm
4 Planning and Designing – Jira & Confluence
5 Source Code Versioning – Git using Github
6 Webserver – Apache HTTP & Nginx

7 Configuration & Deployment Management – Ansible
8 Infrastructure Coding – Terraform
9 Services mesh Data planes & Control Planes – Envoy & Istio
10 Network configurations and Service Discovery – Consul

11 Continuous Integration – Jenkins
12 Securing credentials – HashiCorp Vault & SSL & Certificates
13 Infrastructure Monitoring – Datadog, Prometheus with Grafana

14 Log Monitoring – Splunk & ELK stake
15 Performance & RUM Monitoring – NewRelic
16 Emergency Response & Alerting & Chat & Notification – SMTP, SES, SNS,Pagerduty & Pagerduty & Slack

⦁ Where Can You Start Your Journey in SRE – First, You have to locate the nearest SRE organizations, which means those organizations which operate with SRE. Then you have to apply there to work as an SRE and remember an SRE engineer is non-other than a software engineer.

Before apply just go through the skills I have mentioned above there. There is not a specific platform to start your career as an SRE engineer. So just go like DevOps engineers do or any other software engineer.

SRE has already made a mark in the world and lots of organizations are allotting SRE engineers. So you can start your career in various good organizations.

Training place

I would like to tell about one of the best place to get trained and certification in DevOps, DevSecOps, SRE course is DevOpsSchoolThis Platform offers best trainers who have good experience in DevOps and also they provide friendly eco environment where you can learn comfortably and free to ask anything regarding to your course and they are always ready to help you out whenever you need, that’s why they provide you so many ways to teach you like pdf’s, video etc.

At last they provide real-time projects to increase your knowledge and to make you tackle the real face of the course. it will increase the value of yours as well as your resume. So do check this platform if you guys are looking for any kind of training in any particular course and tools.

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What are DevOps, DevSecOps, and SRE, and differences among them?

DevOps – DevOps is the combination of culture, practices, and tools that increase an organization’s ability to deliver applications and services at high quality, as well as automate and integrate the processes between development and IT teams.


DevOps teams use tools to automate the process, which helps to increase reliability and efficiency.
DevOps ensures fast software delivery with minimum problems to fix and faster solution to problems.
The term DevOps has been made up of two words development and operations.


DevOps is a process that permits the Developer and operation teams to collaborate with each other to manage the whole application development life cycle, i.e. development, testing, deployment, monitoring, etc. DevOps aims to shorten the period and cost of development of the application.

DevSecOps – DevSecOps is a useful umbrella term that collects the processes introduced by organizations who want to run their operations on AWS, Azure, and Google cloud.


DevSecOps is about not only making software easily installable but making the process of installing it more secure and usable.

DevSecOps is not only making the software installation easy, but it makes the installation process more secure and usable as well.


Prior, the development cycles lasted for months or even years, and the release of new versions or software updates of their applications used to be released just once or twice a year.
It gave enough time for quality assurance and security testing teams to carry out security measures which is make the process very slow.


But these outdated security practices or separate security teams cannot keep up with the speeds of DevOps initiatives.
This vulnerability leads to the evolution of the DevSecOps methodology, where the development, operation, and security team, work together and share end-to-end responsibilities in the entire development life cycle to finish the project in less time.


DevSecOps methodology automates the integration of security at every stage of the software development lifecycle, from the initial design.


DevSecOps integrates the security of application and infrastructure seamlessly in Agile and DevOps processes and tools.

SRE – SRE stands for site reliability engineering.


In around 2000 Google realize DevOps is good as it is but there is something else that can be done. So there were a lot of different ideas flowing around then Google come up with this idea called an SRE.


It is a software engineering approach to operations where an SRE team uses software as a tool to manage systems and solve problems and automate operational tasks.


So basically, SRE takes the tasks which have been done often manually by the operation teams and instead of giving them to engineers or Operations teams who use software or automation to solve these problems, they do it themselves and manage the production environment.


In other words, SRE teams are made up of software engineers who build and implement software to improve the reliability of their systems.


SRE teams are responsible for how code is deployed, configured, and monitored as well as checks for the availability, latency, change management, emergency response as well as capacity management of service in production.


So how SRE does all these things, Basically it helps to determine the new features that are being launched, they test it across a few different metrics, so they check it across these things called SLA (Service Level Agreement), SLI (Service level indicator), and SLO (service level objectives).

Differences between DevOps, DevSecOps, and SRE

DevOps, DevSecOps, and SRE all work to bridge the gap between development and operation teams to deliver faster and reliable services.

DevOps and DevSecOps


DevOps is the process of integrating development and operations and focuses on eliminating the communication gap between different teams so that the whole code development and deployment process is done faster whereas DevSecOps solves the security concerns along with deployment.


DevOps is only responsible for Development and operational tasks related to a single project but DevSecOps suggests that security is everyone’s responsibility.


DevOps team requires the skillset of Linux fundamentals and scripting knowledge of various tools and technologies whereas DevSecOps engineers should be skilled with addressing the vulnerabilities with automated security tools. Need to have knowledge in cloud security and provide support to infrastructure users.


DevOps has some benefits like speed, rapid delivery, reliability, scale, improved collaborations, security whereas DevSecOps has improved agility, considers security automation, keeps security as code.


Automation is done for security testing so the development is tested on regular basis.

The report generates if any vulnerabilities are found during CI and CD. DevSecOps never allow security to get compromised. whereas automation in DevOps is for releasing codes in a higher environment. This helps developers to know about the changes has done by the members and to work accordingly.


Monitoring the security incident is done through incident management. Proper standards are created to raise Thus security concerns are managed in DevSecOps. In DevOps, Application infrastructure is managed through codes as infrastructure as codes. Here designing and managing the code is happen on the same platform.

DevOps And SRE


DevOps reduce silos whereas SRE doesn’t concern about the silos. DevOps involve unexpected failures, whereas SREs focus on no failure happening at all.


The automated workflow needs constant monitoring, in this process DevOps team ensures software is working effectively whereas SRE believes that operations are a software issue.


SRE practice involves a contribution from each level of the organization whereas DevOps is all about development and operations only.


SRE uses developers and tools to solve IT operation problems and workflow problems. Thus, SRE does most things through software engineers whereas DevOps uses a development and operation team to finish the work from building to deploying the software in the market.


SRE doesn’t have any special script to follow, but it offers a hard prescription to solve the problems and which tools to use. Whereas DevOps has a development lifecycle that describes what to do.

All these courses are being done at one of the best platforms which are DevOpsschool. If anyone is looking for an institute where you can learn DevOps, you should go for this.

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Everything you need to know about Full Stack Developer

Introduction

The trade definition of a Full Stack Developer is an engineer who will work on totally different levels of an application stack. The term stack refers to the mixture of elements and tools that frame the appliance. the most objective of the full-stack engineer is to stay each part of the system running smoothly.

What is Full Stack Developer?

Full-stack web developers have the ability to design complete web applications and websites. They work on the frontend, backend, database, and debugging of web applications or websites.

Full Stack Developer is an engineer who works on each the client-side and server-side of the software system application. This kind of developer works on the complete Stack of a software system application meaning Front end development, Back end development, Database, Server, API, and version controlling systems. Hence, the name Full Stack Developer.

Why Do You Need a Full-Stack Developer?
Here are some reasons why you should need a full stack development professional:

  • A full-stack developer helps you to keep every part of the system running smoothly.
  • If one person plays different roles, it saves your company’s personnel, infrastructure, and operational cost.
  • Full-stack developers can provide help to everyone in the team and greatly reduce the time and technical costs of team communication.

A Full Stack Developer does:
As a full-stack developer, you may be involved in these activities:

Translate user requirements into the overall architecture and implementation of new systems. Manage Project and coordinate with the Client. Write backend code in Ruby, Python, Java, PHP languages, Writing optimized front-end code HTML and JavaScript, Understand, create and debug database-related queries. Create test code to validate the application against client requirements. Monitor the performance of web applications & infrastructure, Troubleshooting web applications with a fast and accurate resolution.

A Full Stack Developer must know at least a few of these languages for backend development:
PHP – One of the most popular choices for backend development, PHP is an open-source, cross-platform compatible language that can work seamlessly on Unix, macOS, and Windows.
Python – Python’s English-like syntax, smooth learning curve, and vast assortment of libraries and frameworks are what make it extremely popular among developers and coders around the world.
Ruby – Ruby is a robust programming language. An active community of developers backs it, but it also boasts of excellent documentation and dependencies, making it the ideal choice for backend development.
Java – Java is a multipurpose programming language. It can be used for web, desktop, and mobile application development. Plus, Java has a wide range of frameworks that further simplify the process of backend development.

Advantages of Full Stack Developer
The advantage of being a full stack web developer is:

  • You can master all the techniques involved in a development project.
  • You can make a prototype very rapidly.
  • You can provide help to all the team members.
  • You can reduce the cost of the project.
  • You can reduce the time used for team communication.
  • You can switch between front and back-end development based on requirements.
  • You can better understand all aspects of new and upcoming technologies.

What is the role of a full-stack developer?

Full-stack developers are computer programmers who are experts in front and back-end coding. Their primary role includes designing user interactions on websites, developing servers, and databases for website practicality, and coding for mobile platforms.

Full Stack Developer Skills You Need to Know:

HTML/CSS
Full Stack Developers need to work with HTML to define the structure of websites by using markup. they have to even be experts in CSS for effective presentation of the HTML components. Full Stack Developers should have intensive knowledge in each of those programming languages for making an interactive, intuitive, and interesting frontend for applications.

JavaScript
Full Stack Developers should have in-depth knowledge of JavaScript alongside its ideas and features like React and Angular. one in every of the most effective things concerning JavaScript is that it includes various useful features, as well as functions, prototypes, higher-order event delegation, and closure, that facilitate produce responsive websites.
It is also necessary for Full Stack Developers to upgrade their JavaScript knowledge as and once new frameworks, libraries, and tools are launched. excluding this, Full Stack Developers should know how to use DOM and JSON.

Git and GitHub
As for Full Stack Developers, git permits them to trace each minor modification done to the application codebase. They need to remember all the essential git commands and examples. Using git empowers Full Stack Developers to explore distinctive opportunities for security, productivity, and management knowledge of git permits Full Stack Developers to higher collaborate and collaborate with their fellow developers/programmers who are working on a similar project.

Backend languages
While we’ve covered the two most important frontend languages, HTML and CSS (along with JavaScript), the other crucial part of an application or software is that the backend. whereas backend development could be a whole totally different game, there are lots of programming languages to settle on from. Doing a full-stack internet development course can assist you to learn the specified languages necessary to become a full-stack developer.

Web architecture
Full Stack Developers need to recognize the core of the net design. Since their primary responsibility is to develop advanced software system applications from scratch, they need to know how to structure the code, categorize the files, structure the information in databases, and perform the required process tasks.

HTTP and REST
Both HTTP and REST serve two unique functions. HTTP is that the protocol used for facilitating communication with the consumer, whereas REST is an interface between systems using the HTTP protocol to assemble information or perform completely different operations (in varied formats) on the info. So, REST acts as sort of a translator between the frontend and also the backend.

Database storage
All web applications need a database where all the data will be stored. This is to ensure that developers can access the data later. Database storage calls for an experienced and skilled Full Stack Developer who knows relational databases and database storage inside-out. Full-stack developers must be adept in database management – they should be able to design, understand, and manipulate database queries. They must also know how to work with XML and JSON.

Basic design skills
As we’ve made it clear that a Full Stack Developer is concerned with frontend and backend, they must possess fundamental design skills. The knowledge of frontend design is crucial to make a website look attractive and appealing. A website with a neat and user-friendly design always wins the hearts of the users.
Thus, Full Stack Developers must know the basic design principles, including UI & UX design, prototypes, scalability, etc.

NPM
NPM is the package manager explicitly designed for Node.js. It aids in the installation of different packages. It also offers relevant solutions for various dependencies. NPM allows developers to place modules optimally to help the node to find them and manage the dependency conflicts accordingly. NPM is highly configurable, and thus, it can be used for many applications, including the development, publishing, discovery, and installation of node programs.

Soft skills
When you aspire to become a Full Stack Developer, technical skills solely won’t suffice. You must possess the perfect balance of technical knowledge and soft skills. Every Full Stack Developer must have the following soft skills:
1. An analytical bent of mind
2. Good time management skills
3. Curiosity for learning
4. Attention to detail
6. Creative vision
7. Patience

Full Stack Developer Responsibilities:

  • Developing front-end website architecture.
  • Designing user interactions on web pages.
  • Developing back-end website applications.
  • Creating servers and databases for functionality.
  • Ensuring cross-platform optimization for mobile phones.
  • Ensuring responsiveness of applications.
  • Working alongside graphic designers for web design features.
  • Seeing through a project from conception to finished product.
  • Designing and developing APIs.
  • Meeting both technical and consumer needs.
  • Staying abreast of developments in web applications and programming languages.

Trending Frameworks of Full Stack Developer:

ANGULAR
Angular is a front-end framework based on Javascript. It is developed and maintained by Google. Its objective is to simplify the development and testing of Single-page applications.

  • It provides a framework for MVC and MVVM architectures. It was developed to solve issues faced in single-page applications.
  • Angular is the front-end part of the MEAN stack. This framework adapts and extends HTML and its attributes. It follows the declarative programming paradigm. AngularJS has separate DOm manipulation and app logic.
  • Similarly, it has separate client-side and server-side codings. This improves the efficiency and reduces time. The development of the front-end and back-end can be done in parallel. Both sides can also be reused.
  • It is slow to render in since it checks all the variables under the scope for every cycle. It is also not very lightweight in terms of size compared to other frameworks.

METEOR
MeteorJS is a web framework written based on javascript. It is written using node.js. It is open-source and free. It can use its template engine Blaze or can be integrated with react and angular for client-end operations.

  • It automatically sends data to clients without expressly writing codes for it. This is possible using the publish-subscribe pattern. Initially released in 2011 as sky break, it was renamed Meteor.
  • Meteor has taken over multiple other technologies like FathomDB, Galaxy – a cloud-based hosting environment. They provide an integrated solution for these with Meteor. It can also be integrated with MongoDB, NPM, and other web development tools.
  • The integrated javascript stack ensures less coding and more features. It can be used for developing various platforms for the web, iOS, Android, and laptops. It is useful for building web chat platforms and interactive websites.

DJANGO
Django is an open-source web framework written in Python [Python programming is the most in-demand and a high-level coding language used in web development]. It has MTV architecture. It is developed and maintained by the Django software foundation. It simplifies the creation of complex websites which are data-driven.

  • It also consists of a lightweight web server, which can be used for development and testing.
  • It also has a template system, a caching framework, an internal dispatcher system, and an internalization and serialization system. It has a system to enhance the template engine as well. it also has an interface to the built-in unit test framework.
  • Django can be run with Apache, Nginx, Cherokee, etc. It also supports backends like Postgres, MySQL, SQLite, and Oracle.
  • Django is also bundled with other systems and frameworks that make it a complete package. These include an authentication system, a dynamic administrative system, tooling to generate Google sitemaps, and a framework to create GIS applications.

RAILS
Also known as Ruby on Rails, Rails is a back-end web app framework. It is based on the language Ruby. It has an MVC architecture. It additionally facilitates the usage of HTML, JS, and CSS to create a user interface. It emphasizes Convention over Configuration (CoC) and Doesn’t Repeat Yourself (DRY) patterns. It was initially released in 2005.

  • Rails brought about a defining change in features and innovation. It allowed easy migration and the creation of database tables. This led to fast application development. Rails support ‘less code and less repetition’.
  • Rails are not connected to the internet directly. It uses a front-end webserver to connect to the internet. It can be run with Nginx, Apache, and Cherokee, etc.
  • It has an in-built package manager RubyGems. It is mostly paired with a MySQL or Postgres database. It is good for building scalable web applications and websites. It has influenced many frameworks, some of which are also on this list.

NODE
Node.js is a powerful back-end framework based on javascript. It is built on the javascript V8 engine. It is open source and a very popular framework for server-side coding. It can be run in NodeJS runtime on Windows, Mac OS, and Linux. It is the back-end of the MEAN stack.

  • Node uses an event-driven, non-blocking I/O model. This makes the framework lightweight and efficient. It is highly scalable. It has an in-built default package manager called NPM. This reduces the time is taken and lines of code that need to be written.
  • It provides services to a much larger number of requests than traditional servers like Apache. These applications do not buffer any data and output data in chunks.
  • The knowledge of javascript is a prerequisite to learn and use NodeJS. Other technologies like HTML, CSS, AJAX are value-addition.

ANDROID SDK
Android SDK or the software development kit is a framework to develop an application for Android devices. It consists of libraries, application program interfaces, and sample codes along with a debugger.

  • SDK Android is compatible with other Operating Systems like Windows, Mac OS, and Linux. It is generally used to write programs by using an integrated development environment (IDE). Eclipse with an ADT plug-in is a popular choice.
  • It can also be coded in the command prompt. The IDEs graphical interface makes development easy and fast.
  • Java is the programming language used to write mobile applications. This requires Java Development Kit (JDK). The SDK also comes with an Android emulator. Android development is becoming easier gradually due to the continuous development of the SDK.

REACT
React is a front-end library used to create UI. It was developed by Facebook. It is based on Javascript and is used for handling the view layer for web applications. You need to be adept with Javascript, HTML, and CSS while working on React. React does not use HTML, but you still should learn it as it will help with JSX which is similar to it.

  • React is used to create reusable UI components, which are a great advantage. It reduces the time taken to code from scratch. It saves a lot of effort and resources.
  • The use of virtual DOM is the biggest advantage of React. Javascript virtual DOM is fast, and thus the performance is high. React can also be used on the server-side with node.
  • The components model of React ensures the readability of the code. This makes it easy for large apps to be built and modified.

SPRING
Spring is an application framework. It is written in Java. It is an inversion of the control container for the Java platform. It provides a consistent method of managing Java objects.

  • The framework does not impose any particular programming model. It is an open-source framework and is free. It is known as the framework of frameworks.
  • It has multiple frameworks like an MVC framework, remote access framework, data access frameworks, transaction management framework, etc. MVC or a model-view-controller framework is one of the most popular frameworks used for creating scalable projects.
  • Spring also has its own convention over configuration design paradigm solution for spring framework for rapid application development.
  • It is developed and maintained by Pivotal Software. You can also use spring to build applications on top of the Java enterprise edition platform.

SYMFONY
Symfony is a web development framework based on PHP. It is now developed and maintained by the Symfony community. It has a set of PHP libraries and reusable components.

  • It is free. It can operate cross-platform on Windows, Mac OS, and Linux. Symfony is used to build robust applications.
  • It gives full control of the configuration to developers. A lot of features can be customized. Symfony uses a bytecode cache, which improves its performance.
  • It replaces repetitive tasks. Symfony can be used to code efficiently and is fast to create and maintain a website. It has a set of in-built free components that can be used for other projects like templating engine, a parser, an event dispatcher, etc.
  • Additionally, it also uses PHP-based open-source projects like unit testing framework PHPUnit and templating engine twig and swift- the email library. It is heavily influenced by the spring framework.

Scope of Full Stack Developer:

These days, full-stack development is in huge demand. corporations wish full-stack developers as a result for a variety of reasons. Full-stack developers will work with a variety of technologies, and so, they’ll manage further aspects of a project than a median computer programmer.

They minimize prices for companies as a result of they’re going to do the work of the many specialists alone. A full-stack developer is familiar with several stacks, besides the MEAN stack and also the LAMP stack. Their huge knowledge of a variety of areas equips them to handle the distinctive requirements of their projects. Firms are prepared to pay good-looking salaries to full-stack developers as a result of their unique talent sets and abilities.

Conclusion

You will need to have seen however terrific the prospects are for full-stack developers. As companies are relying additional and additional on technology and therefore the internet, the demand for such specialists is rising. The entire stack developer’s future scope is doubtless sensible, and it’s an honest time for anybody to learn this ability.

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Complete guide of Scala with Spark Advance training

What is Scala and why it is used?

Scala could be a programing language used for useful programming and powerful static systems. It’s object-oriented and runs on JVM. It’s the potential to interoperate with existing Java code and libraries. It’s powerfully thought of to be a static kind of language and doesn’t have an idea of primitive information.

What is Apache Spark?

Apache Spark could be a powerful open-source process engine designed around speed, simple use, and complex analytics, with APIs in Java, Scala, Python, R, and SQL. Spark runs programs up to 100x quicker than Hadoop MapReduce in memory, or 10x quicker on disk.

Why do we need Scala?

  • Scala is capable to figure out the information that is kept in a Distributed fashion. It accesses all the accessible resources and supports parallel processing.
  • Scala supports changeless information and its support to the higher-order functions.
  • Scala is an associate degree upgraded version of Java that was designed to eliminate reserve code. It supports multiple Libraries and Apis which can permit the computer programmer to realize Less Down Time.
  • Scala supports multiple type Constructs which enables the programmer to work with wrappers/container types with ease.

Applications of Scala

Some of the important applications of Scala are as follows:

  • Designing Web Applications and Web Pages
  • Spark Framework uses Scala to perform real-time data streaming
  • Concurrency and Distributed data processing applications
  • Scala supports both Batch Data Processing and Parallel Data Processing
  • Spark Framework uses Scala in Data Analytics

Frameworks of Scala

Akka, Spark, Play, Neo4j, Scalding are some of the major frameworks that Scala can support.

  • Akka is a toolkit on runtime for building highly concurrent, distributed, and fault-tolerant applications on the JVM. Akka is written in Scala, with language bindings provided for both Scala and Java.
  • Spark Framework is designed to handle, and process big data and it solely supports Scala.
  • Play framework is designed to create web applications and it uses Scala in the process in order to obtain the best in class performance.
  • Scalding is a domain-specific language (DSL)in the Scala programming language, which integrates Cascading. It is a functional programming paradigm used in Scala which is much closer than Java to the original model for MapReduce functions.
  • Neo4j is a java spring framework supported by Scala with domain-specific functionality, analytical capabilities, graph algorithms, and many more.

Features of Scala

Type Inference

In Scala, you do not need to say information sort and performance come back sort expressly. Scala is enough sensible to deduce the kind of information. The come-back style of performance is set by the kind of last expression gift within the performance.

Singleton object

Scala uses a singleton object, which is actually a category with just one object within the supply file. Singleton object is said by using an object rather than the category keyword. In Scala, there aren’t any static variables or strategies.

Immutability

Scala uses the immutability conception. every declared variable is immutable by default. Immutable means that you cannot modify its price. you’ll be able to conjointly produce mutable variables which might be modified. Immutable knowledge helps to manage concurrency management which needs managing knowledge.

Lazy Computation

In Scala, computation is lazy by default. Scala evaluates expressions only they’re needed. You’ll declare a lazy variable by victimization the lazy keyword. It’s wont to increase performance.

Case categories and Pattern matching

Scala case categories are simply regular categories that are immutable by default and complex through pattern matching.

All the parameters listed within the case category are public and immutable by default.

Case categories support pattern matching. So, you’ll write a lot of logical code.

Concurrency control

Scala provides a standard library that includes the actor model. You can write concurrency code by using actors. Scala provides one more platform and tool to deal with concurrency known as Akka. Akka is a separate open-source framework that provides actor-based concurrency. Akka actors may be distributed or combined with software transactional memory.

String Interpolation

Since Scala 2.10.0, Scala offers a replacement mechanism to make strings from your information. It’s referred to as string interpolation. String interpolation permits users to enter variable references directly in processed string literals. Scala provides 3 string interpolation methods: s, f, and raw.

Higher-Order Functions

A higher-order operate may be an operation that either takes performance as an argument or returns an operation. In alternative words, we will say an operation that works with another performance is termed a higher-order operate. The higher-order operation permits you to form perform composition, lambda operates or anonymous perform, etc.

Traits

An attribute is like an interface with a partial implementation. In Scala, the attribute could be an assortment of abstract and non-abstract ways. you’ll be able to produce traits that will have all abstract ways or some abstract and a few non-abstract ways.

Traits area unit compiled into Java interfaces with corresponding implementation categories that hold anyways enforced within the traits.

Rich Set of Collection

Scala provides an expensive set of assortment libraries. It contains categories and traits to gather information. These collections may be changeable or immutable. You’ll be able to use it in step with your demand. Scala collection mutable package contains all the changeable collections. You’ll be able to add, take away and update information whereas mistreatment this package.

Scala and Other Languages

The Name Scala portraits the measurability the language is capable of providing, currently you would possibly raise a question. Aren’t the newest programming languages like Python, Ruby, Perl, and Legendary Java not scalable?

The answer is yes, they are scalable, however with some restrictions just like the boiler plated codes like system.print.ln in Java. Scala is fictional to beat these limitations and minimize the execution time and quality of the code.

In the year 2006 Twitter was introduced in America and the developers used ruby on rails as their weapon of choice to develop this application, which later proved out to be a wrong choice when they had to manage the gigantic amount Big-Data that was dropping into Twitter.

Then they switched their backend to Java and used Scala as their new programming language to handle the massive information mistreatment Hadoop and Spark frameworks that worked in an exceedingly spectacular method.

Scope for Scala

Scala is that the miracle of the 20th century in multiple streams. It’s seen astounding growth since day one and it’s as expected it is one of the programming languages that are in higher demand. The stats below make a case for additional regarding the scope of Scala within the close to future.

About Scala with Spark Advance Training:

Scala is one of the most popular languages and enterprises that run on a Java virtual machine. It’s been with success deployed to production at corporations like Samsung, Verizon, Walmart, Twitter, and plenty of a lot of. Learning new ideas and dealing with Scala, which is able to cause you to be a higher and a productive computer programmer. Learning Scala opens doors to programming methodologies like useful programming and doing concurrency the correct method. It also encourages you to put in writing clean and testable code whereas writing less code at constant time.

Agenda of the Scala

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Conclusion

This advanced coaching has been ready for beginners to assist them to perceive the fundamentals of Scala in straightforward and straightforward steps. Once finishing this course, you may find yourself at a moderate level of experience in victimization Scala with Spark from wherever you’ll be able to take yourself to successive levels.

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Azure Error: VM is generalized

Error

Failed to start virtual machine 'domain.com'. Error: Operation 'Start VM' is not allowed on VM 'domain.com' since the VM is generalized.

Solution

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What is Octopus Deploy?

In earlier, we did manual deployments of all out applications on all our servers. It took so much time for each deploy. After arriving of Octopus deploy and starting to use Octopus Deploy a deployment of a new release is done within a minute. All the steps to deploy an application become automated, which is a great leap forward and will save you time.

With all the templates you can use within Octopus Deploy there is always a solution for your software product to automate an installation.

Octopus Deploy is a cloud-based configuration management software that offers services like businesses control, audit, schedule, and manage deployments and operational runbooks from within a centralized platform.

Octopus Deploy is a continuous deployment service that allows deployments by automating, process including automated test executions in a single workflow. It is available both as a hosted service and as an on premise installation.

It helps employees with to store passwords and other confidential information on a centralized platform, ensuring data and user security.

Octopus Deploy lets you automate deployment tasks without having to write PowerShell. That includes:

  • Replacing application settings
  • Swapping connection strings
  • Running environment-specific configuration transforms
  • Configuring IIS application pools and web sites
  • Installing and updating Windows Services

Advantages of Octopus Deployment

Octopus Deploy is compatible after you have over a couple or servers or over a couple of comes. You don’t wish developers publication from Visual Studio. Octopus Deploy makes it simple to deploy properly whenever.

Some of the Advantages are:

  • Octopus uses a similar preparation packages across environments and makes it simple to trace their progress across those environments.
  • Octopus makes it simple to handle configuration across environments that is typically a very troublesome task.
  • Octopus Deploy is employed by our department to facilitate the preparation of the many applications to several servers.
  • Octopus Deploy makes it terribly simple to deploy applications to 1 or many servers with the press of a button.
  • Many various platforms, languages, and in operation systems area unit supported. You’ll be able to deploy to your own server or the cloud. You can deploy to Windows, Linux, etc.
  • Many various “step templates” area unit enclosed, that create it terribly simple to deploy what you wish, however you wish. Like deploying over SSH, FTP, etc.

Conclusion

Is Octopus Deploy perfect?  With time its foundation has proved to be worthy. We could say Octopus Deploy isn’t even fully finished, but with all the updates and community feedback the future is looking very bright. But the here and now matter most and I can’t speak highly enough for Octopus. If you’re looking to manage your deployments or get into continuous deployments, Octopus Deploy is there give a chance and you’ll see your work with ease.

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