Author - Vadzim Papko

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Why You Should Upgrade to Sitecore 10 [including the Sitecore 9 vs. 10 comparison]
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Sitecore SXA Optimized Assets with Empty Timestamp: How to Fix the Issue?
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How to Configure Second-Level Retry Messaging in Sitecore Message Bus
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What Is GitOps?
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How to Mount a Sitecore License File in Kubernetes via Azure File Persistent Volume
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Switch SolrCloud Indexes During Sitecore PaaS Blue-Green Deployment
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[TechSpeak] Sitecore Search: How SOLR Timeout Exception Affects Index Optimization
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[TechSpeak] Sitecore JSS SXA: How to Build Custom Snippet
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Sitecore 10: New Features Overview
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[TechSpeak] Sitecore SXA: the Add Here Button Is Hidden in Experience Editor

Why You Should Upgrade to Sitecore 10 [including the Sitecore 9 vs. 10 comparison]

Upgrading to the latest versions of software products is the best practice for businesses that want to keep up with technological advancements and provide their customers with a seamless digital experience.

Sitecore is an actively growing platform for developing content management systems (CMSs) and offering personalized digital customer experience. For numerous companies that have their projects based on Sitecore 9.x, the time has come to consider upgrading to Sitecore 10.x. Why and how should you do this? What’s the difference between Sitecore 9 and 10? Read the article to learn the details.

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What Is GitOps?

The CI/CD pipeline has become a popular practice among software developers as it automates the creation, testing and integration of applications. Infrastructure engineers were long in need of a similar practice for infrastructure automation, taking into account the growing complexity of IT systems at various enterprises. This is why the GitOps approach came into being.

In this article, I’ll explain to you the principles of GitOps, its connection to DevOps, the benefits of managing infrastructure using this approach, and how to put it into practice.

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