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Promotion avis drone ryze tello, avis avis drone bebop 1

Promotion avis drone ryze tello, avis avis drone bebop 1

vous permettra de réaliser des clichés semi-professionnels sans problème
les photographes et vidéastes plus expérimentés ou même professionnels se pencheront surement sur la gamme phantom qui propose un large choix avec des caméras hd, uhd et 4k ultra performantes
le meilleur aujourd’hui reste le phantom 4 pro v2
attention tout de même à son poids et sa taille, assez contraignants
 mais ce modèle de drone possède tellement de technologies qu’il libère toute sa puissance pour la réalisation de. prises de vue incroyables !
récemment sorti, la gamme mavic prix drone fpv
s’est agrandie avec le tout nouveau dji mavic 2
la version pro est devenue pour moi, la meilleure option à tous les niveaux
aussi agile et pliable que son prédécesseur, c’est certainement le meilleur drone caméra sur le marché
donc si tu ne sais pas quel drone choisir pour ton activité professionnelle ou simplement par passion des super belles photos. et vidéos, le mavic 2 est celui qu’il te faut !
en partenariat avec la marque hasselblad, le fabricant loi sur les drones
chinois a réussi à intégré un capteur cmos 1 pouce 20 mégapixels (4 fois plus grand que celui du premier mavic pro)
et surtout un objectif à ouverture réglable de f/2
8 à f/11 (celui du premier était fixe)
génial donc pour gérer des prises de vues dans des endroits plus sombres

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post the build outcome on a slack channel
as you can see, drone provides various pieces of build information via variables, as well as conditional execution of build steps
we host our internal drone instance on a server with a public dns entry so that it is visible to our source code repository (bitbucket cloud)
the server needs docker and docker-compose installed
yml for our setup looks like this:
in this configuration, there is no public access to the web ui, and drone’s built-in support for let’s encrypt is used to automatically obtain certificates
a single agent for executing build pipelines is run on the same server
we run drone’s docker-compose
yml via systemd; the drone
service file looks as follows:
the drone user needs to be part of the docker group and is set up in a standard fashion
it always takes a little while to set up a new piece of infrastructure
io, team consensus is that it has been worth the effort
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jenkins has been the industry standard ci tool for years
it contains a multitude of functionalities, with almost 1,000 plugins in its ecosystem, this can be daunting to some who appreciate simplicity
jenkins also came up in a world before containers, though it does fit nicely into the environment
this means that there is not a particular focus on the things that make containers great, though with the inclusion of blue ocean and pipelines, that is rapidly changing
drone is an open source ci tool that wears simple like a badge of honor
it is truly docker native; meaning that all actions take place within containers
this makes it a perfect fit for a platform like kubernetes, where launching containers is an easy task
both of these tools walk hand in hand with rancher, which makes standing up a robust kubernetes cluster an automatic process
8 cluster on gce; as simple as can be
recorded online meetup of best practices and tools for building pipelines with containers and kubernetes
this article will take drone deployed on kubernetes (on rancher), and compare it to jenkins across three categories:
in the end, i’ll stack them up side by side and try to give a recommendation
as usually is the case however, there may not be a clear winner
each tool has its core focus, though by nature there will be overlap
before getting started, we need to do a bit of set up
this involves setting up drone as an authorized oauth2 app with a github account
you can see the settings i’ve used here
all of this is contained within the drone documentation
there is one gotcha which i encountered setting up drone
drone maintains a passive relationship with the source control repository
in this case, this means that it sets up a webhook with github for notification of events
the default behavior is to build on push and pr merge events
in order for github to properly notify drone, the server must be accessible to the world
with other, on-prem scms, this would not be the case, but for the example described here it is
i’ve set up my rancher server on gce, so that it is reachable from github
drone installs from a container through a set of deployment files, just like any other kubernetes app
i’ve adapted the deployment files found in this repo
within the config map spec file, there are several values we need to change
namely, we need to set the github-related values to ones specific to our account
we’ll take the client secret and client key from the setup steps and place them into this file, as well as the username of the authorized user
within the drone-secret file, we can place our github password in the appropriate slot
this is a major departure from the way jenkins interacts with source code
in jenkins, each job can define its relationship with source control independent of another job
this allows you to pull source from a variety of different repositories, including github, gitlab, svn, and others
as of now, drone only supports git-based repos
a full list is available in the documentation, but all of the most popular choices for git-based development are supported
we also can’t forget our kubernetes cluster! rancher makes it incredibly easy to launch and manage a cluster
i’ve chosen to use latest stable version of rancher, 1
we could’ve used the new rancher 2
0 tech preview, but constructing this guide worked best with the

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