At work we have the notion of multiple
environments. Dev (used by the developers), Staging (used for showcasing
stories), QA/Testing (used by testers) and...
0 replies - 5215 views - 09/07/12 by Ranjib Dey in Articles
Devops and Maintenance go together like Apple Pie and Ice Cream One of the things I like about devops
is that it takes on important but neglected problems in...
1 replies - 4407 views - 09/05/12 by Jim Bird in Articles
One of the things that is pushed here a lot is the necessity to make
all new applications really production-ready before being deployed as a
0 replies - 3777 views - 09/03/12 by Oliver Hookins in Articles
Imagine if you will, you are working on a new critical application
and you need to write the output of your process calculations to a file.
Simple stuff, a...
0 replies - 6578 views - 09/02/12 by Diarmuid Moloney in Articles
The motivation for this post came from a question on a Linkedin system administrator group this weekend, where the question was being asked:
“Do you look at...
0 replies - 5198 views - 09/01/12 by Trevor Parsons in Articles
I’ve previously made presentations and blog posts about Puppet and
module testing – my position is that you should treat Puppet code as
0 replies - 3672 views - 08/31/12 by Oliver Hookins in Articles
In past webinars we’ve
talked about Lean startups and what the enterprise can learn from them.
We’ve pointed to these guys as examples at the extreme...
0 replies - 4861 views - 08/30/12 by Eric Minick in Articles
I couldn’t find any good, brief, practical introduction into Puppet
that gives you basic working knowledge in minimal time, so here it is.
You will learn...
0 replies - 3994 views - 08/30/12 by Jakub Holý in Articles
People consider Chef as a configuration management tool. You specify the state using the infrastructure DSL that Chef provides. You just apply yoru...
0 replies - 5943 views - 08/26/12 by Ranjib Dey in Articles
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This is a guest post by Kevin Parker, VP and Evangelist, Serena Software
For those that have to...
0 replies - 6238 views - 08/25/12 by Daniel Ackerson in Articles
In last week’s “DevOps Imperative”
webcast, I mentioned that DevOps is more directional than prescriptive.
I mentioned that the key directions to...
2 replies - 4250 views - 08/24/12 by Eric Minick in Articles
That ALMOST looks like nail. Doesn't it? Image courtesy of Justin Baeder
In 1966 Abraham Maslow said, “I suppose it is tempting, if the only...
0 replies - 6186 views - 08/23/12 by Eric Minick in Articles
At XebiaLabs, many of the questions we get about our enterprise deployment automation solution Deployit are from users looking for automated deployment as a...
0 replies - 5192 views - 08/22/12 by Andrew Phillips in Articles
Another great Europe-based DevOps Day is on it's way for anyone who missed the earlier ones. It's on October 5th and 6th and it's going to be in Rome,...
0 replies - 5775 views - 08/21/12 by Mitch Pronschinske in Articles
Tom Limoncelli has his own version of The Joel Test
– except his one is for sysadmins. I was only vaguely aware of Joel
Spolsky’s test and only just...
0 replies - 5140 views - 08/21/12 by Oliver Hookins in Articles