Jenkins could be implemented in practically any company that has to automatically deploy applications and infrastructures, as well as for just comfortably managing various types of tasks.
There are lots of different tools on the market today, both proprietary and free, that make continuous integration as easy as possible.
Jenkins is a free tool that offers countless capabilities thanks to the availability of thousands of plugins, which are constantly being upgraded and released. Read more
We updated our control panel my.selectel.ru in early September. Many of our users tried the beta-version and provided excellent feedback, which we have given a lot of consideration. We recently introduced new functions, making the panel even easier to use and ergonomic. We also added links to our knowledge base. Let’s take a look at some of these changes. Read more
The second annual SelectelTechDay took place on September 21 in the Selectel conference hall. Over 200 people (twice as many as last year!) came out to learn about the latest technological and developmental trends on the IT market. Today we’ll be taking a quick look back at what went on in our data center: the latest hardware, impressive presentations, surprise gifts, and data center tours, which even invoked a sense of nostalgia in some of our guests. Read more
We’re excited to tell you all about the latest innovations and updates to our Virtual Private Cloud. Read more
Original post date: May 13, 2014
We’ve mentioned sysdig several times before, but we haven’t published anything in our English-language blog about the program itself. Today, we’ll be pulling an article out of our archives and looking at our original review of sysdig. Read more
A DDoS attack can cause a company to lose legitimate traffic, or in other words, users. That’s why these attacks are often used as leverage to create unfair competition, and victims often include online shops, games, and e-payment systems.
Selectel’s Anti DDoS service was launched in 2015 and successfully mitigates the most common attacks, including at the L2 level. Read more
Our Virtual Private Cloud is built on OpenStack. The initial cloud setup and several types of objects can be managed from our API.
To make our service even easier to use, we’ve developed the selvpcclient library. The library is written in Python and covers the entire API, which lets you manage projects, quotas, and resources from your program code and console. Read more
We launched a campaign at the start of July where anyone interested could test out the latest Intel Optane SSDs (see link for more details). It’s no exaggeration to say that the release of the Optane disk is a revolution in the field of information storage. In this article, we’ll be talking the technologies these new disks are based on and the benefits they offer. Read more
On July 12, Intel presented its new line of server processors under the code name Skylake SP (Scalable Processors). This is no coincidence: Intel has introduced a lot of innovations and, as one review (Rus) noted, “tried to offer something for everyone.” Read more
We’ve already written about how our Cloud Storage can be used as a platform for hosting static sites. Today, we’re going to discuss how our cloud can be used to host Single Page Applications (SPA). Read more