Apache Mahout is a scalable machine learning framework that can be
used to create intelligent applications. In this article we’ll see how
Mahout can be...
0 replies - 5315 views - 07/07/12 by Robin Bramley in Articles
At the Devopsdays conference in Mountain View,
Spike Morelli led an Open Space discussion on the importance of
culture. He was concerned that when people...
0 replies - 3562 views - 07/06/12 by Jim Bird in Articles
On the project I’m currently working on we’re doing quite a bit of
puppet and although we’re using the puppet master approach in production
0 replies - 4024 views - 07/06/12 by Mark Needham in Articles
I came across a story recently on hacker news:
My boss decided to add a “person to blame” field to every bug report. How can I convince him that it’s...
0 replies - 5569 views - 07/05/12 by Larry White in Articles
What’s that word? RISKOperations teams are tasked with
stability and uptime. That means working against change, limiting or
slowing it down where...
1 replies - 3536 views - 07/04/12 by Sean Hull in Articles
About the Video: Agile development and Cloud computing are causing organizations to
consider how DevOps strategies support the entire application change...
0 replies - 4428 views - 07/03/12 by Mitch Pronschinske in Articles
We wanted to establish a list of some of the best Twitter
personalities to follow about DevOps, web performance, and development.
Not all of these...
1 replies - 5858 views - 07/01/12 by Brian Whalley in Articles
In the software world, development and QA are often organised into two separate teams.
Developers are responsible for writing the code, which...
0 replies - 4660 views - 06/30/12 by Ben Wootton in Articles
My friend Ed’s capacity to automate stuff is quite awesome. Yesterday
he automated a way of making our Continuous Integration system alert us
when one of...
0 replies - 3108 views - 06/27/12 by James Betteley in Articles
Last week I spent a bit of time scratching an itch I’ve had with
doing maintenance. We use Nagios for our monitoring (without any addons,
0 replies - 4189 views - 06/26/12 by Oliver Hookins in Articles
When you’re doing research and planning application development, it’s
always useful to learn from the stories and experience of your peers.
2 replies - 9942 views - 06/25/12 by Brian Whalley in Articles
Tom Duckering was back at Skills Matter this week, and this time he
bought a friend (and fellow thoughtworker), Marc Hofer. They were there
to talk to us...
0 replies - 5248 views - 06/24/12 by James Betteley in Articles
I work with “The Enterprise” everyday. Sadly, this has nothing to do
with Star Trek – just big companies with lots of internal politics. As
2 replies - 4956 views - 06/23/12 by Eric Minick in Articles
If you’re running collectd chances are you’ve
struggled or are struggling with the web frontend. The one shipped with
collectd has some limitations and...
0 replies - 3643 views - 06/22/12 by Spike Morelli in Articles
We often talk about tension caused competing bonus / success
structures for development and operations teams in the build and release
process. At Gartner...
0 replies - 3675 views - 06/20/12 by Eric Minick in Articles