… or how you can make on-call for service providers a virtuous cycle.
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Six times a year, there was a party with ice cream. The release
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marathon. Its successful...
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Today, there are two broad categories of provisioning and deployment automation. The first are convergent tools such as Puppet and Chef.
The second are...
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A recent question on Twitter prompted me to write a quick
blog post about managing cron jobs. As more and more people want to
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One of the continually high risk and sometimes fiddly operations in
web deployment is a web application’s deployment, and yet a lot of
people working in...
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Over the past few years I have had opportunities to learn, adopt
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Vagrant is an amazing tool. It's quite substantially changed my
workflows in a variety of areas. It's a particularly interesting tool
for building packages...
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Last night I was invited to go along to the Facebook offices in
London and attend a tech talk on how Facebook do release engineering and
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I just found out about a really interesting open source tool that could support DevOps processes in an even greater capacity than the multi-tool stacks that...
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This post is originally authored by Denali Lumma on the Okta blogAt Okta, we’ve gone through many iterations of using Jenkins to build
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In my previous post, I glibly said that SLAs represent waste that an organization has identified and formalized. Reader 'Kenfin' commented on my post, rightly...
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I recall a few jobs ago I was managing the Systems Engineering team
and trying to grow it into a group that could handle the daily onslaught
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Key members of the Etsy engineering team, along with special surprise
guests, offer a series of small rapid talks providing a fast-paced
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Back 10 years or so when Extreme Programming came out, it began to
change the way that programmers thought about testing. XP made software
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Israel Gat of Cutter Consortium speaks with DZone on his two sessions at Agile 2011, one of which is about his new methodology for taking DevOps and Continuous...
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