The Stupid Projects blog has a multipart series entitled DevOps for Embedded:
In this series of post, I’m explaining a different ways of creating a reusable environment for developing and also building a template firmware for an STM32F103. The project itself, meaning the STM32 firmware, doesn’t really matters and is just a reference project to work with the presented examples. Instead of this firmware you can have anything else, less or more complicated.
Oh, btw this article is not meant for DevOps engineers as they’re already familiar with these basic tools and the architecture of CI/CD pipelines . Maybe what’s interesting for DevOps, especially those that are coming from the Web/Cloud/DB domain, are the problems that embedded engineers have and the tools that they’re using.
The first article goes into what DevOps are and what they are not, and how to start.
See the blog for these and other interesting articles.