It has been quite a while since I’ve had anything sufficiently
detailed or interesting to post on a technical theme so it was quite a
0 replies - 3805 views - 06/19/12 by Oliver Hookins in Articles
Establishing a devops platform
in an enterprise environment is challenging because there are a bunch
of groups who own different pieces of the puzzle, and...
0 replies - 4186 views - 06/18/12 by Willie Wheeler in Articles
In a previous post I discussed how we created a build pipeline using Jenkins to create application binaries and move them into our Nexus repository. (Blog post...
0 replies - 6776 views - 06/17/12 by Rob Terpilowski in Articles
A few months ago I attended a talk by Rob Harrop at SkillsMatter on the topic of Continuous Delivery. [Video Here]
Continuous Delivery is all about setting...
0 replies - 10372 views - 06/16/12 by Ben Wootton in Articles
Graylog2 is an open-source self-hosted centralized log management
tool. Think of it as a do-it-yourself version of loggly.com, or perhaps a
0 replies - 5875 views - 06/15/12 by Joe Miller in Articles
With the Reload Button, Everyone is a Network Admin
Thanks to the reload button, partial network failures are easily
mitigated when browsing on a desktop....
0 replies - 3670 views - 06/12/12 by Mehdi Daoudi in Articles
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...
1 replies - 7320 views - 06/11/12 by Douglas Rathbone in Articles
Previously I had looked at preflighting, (1, 2)
with Hudson (And Jenkins) but forgot to mention a very important
plugin that is essential if you want to...
1 replies - 3117 views - 06/10/12 by Gerard Davison in Articles
Previously I have written about using Hudson to perform pre-flights using branches on source control systems; but sometimes you just have a patch file that you...
1 replies - 3562 views - 06/09/12 by Gerard Davison in Articles
One of the annoyances if you have a load of tests for a particular
project is that running them can tie up your machine for a while. There
1 replies - 4526 views - 06/08/12 by Gerard Davison in Articles
A few months ago, I started to invest heavily in Chef to automate the roll
out of our applications and the supporting infrastructure. So far, so...
0 replies - 3955 views - 06/05/12 by Peter Donald in Articles
Make DevOps and NoOps a cornerstone of improving your software
delivery; just don’t think NoOps PaaS entirely defines ‘What is a True,
1 replies - 4398 views - 06/05/12 by Chris Haddad in Articles
From Tom DeMarco’s article Software Engineering:
An Idea Whose Time Has Come and Gone? [PDF]:
You say to your team leads, “I have a finish date in...
1 replies - 4768 views - 06/04/12 by Kief Morris in Articles
Last year I had the awesome honour of being at a tech talk on Continuous Delivery by “the great” Martin Fowler, Neal Ford and Evan Bottcher, put on by...
1 replies - 8573 views - 06/03/12 by Douglas Rathbone in Articles
In ‘Polling Subversion with Jenkins’ we showed you how to configure Jenkins to poll an Apache Subversion
repository once every five minutes. In this...
1 replies - 3578 views - 06/02/12 by Jessica Thornsby in Articles