Sharif Nassar: In this talk I will cover the design and setup of a high availability puppetmaster setup both for redundancy and scaling.See our HA puppetmaster...
0 replies - 3877 views - 12/04/11 by Mitch Pronschinske in Videos
Since I announced TextMinr, the Text mining as a service platform
last week - the interest has been overwhelming: it got to the top 3 of
Hackernews, it got...
0 replies - 3617 views - 12/03/11 by Wille Faler in News
On the back of what I wrote the other week about machine intelligence,
I think another important step is democratizing use of machine learning
1 replies - 4805 views - 11/30/11 by Wille Faler in Articles
After a few months without finding the opportunity to play with Gephi, it was already time to dedicate a lab day to this.
I thought that...
2 replies - 4242 views - 11/29/11 by Pablo Pareja Tobes in Articles
Over the years I've moved from Production to Test to Development and back to Production.
This presentation is a summary of my...
0 replies - 4112 views - 11/28/11 by Patrick Debois in Articles
Obviously you read code more often than you write it. Nothing new
here. This fact is brought up often when the need for clean code is
discussed. Or when...
1 replies - 3193 views - 11/28/11 by Jens Schauder in Articles
DevOps: Design to Implementation in Big EnterpriseWe Can’t Hug Out Way to Success: The Need for a DevOps Definition of People, Process, and Tools Talking...
0 replies - 3195 views - 11/27/11 by Mitch Pronschinske in Articles
Abstract John Clapham and Paul Swartout: The presentation will give an insight into how the whole of Nokia Entertainment has embraced DevOps:
0 replies - 4263 views - 11/26/11 by Mitch Pronschinske in Articles
This post is inspired by Kent Beck’s excellent talk at JavaZone 2011 titled Software G Forces: The Effects of Acceleration
where he describes how the...
0 replies - 3742 views - 11/26/11 by Jakub Holý in Articles
Abstract Julian Simpson: Before I donned my secret identity as The Build Doctor, I was a
average Solaris administrator (okay, I spent too much time playing...
0 replies - 5124 views - 11/25/11 by Mitch Pronschinske in Articles
To learn how complex your code base really is and how much effort a
particular refactoring might require compared to the initial
expectations, follow these...
0 replies - 2671 views - 11/25/11 by Jakub Holý in Articles
Martin Fowler re-posted this article from 2004:
Tests are always going to be incomplete, so they always
have to be backed up with other...
0 replies - 4778 views - 11/23/11 by Krishna Kumar in Articles
The leaders at Hyves stumbled into DevOps by accident five years ago, when nobody
(including them) was aware that it was actually a cultural movement....
1 replies - 3947 views - 11/22/11 by Mitch Pronschinske in Articles
No longer can we treat our infrastucture as a mass of isolated systems.
Complex dependencies exist between components and we find node-centric
0 replies - 5147 views - 11/18/11 by Mitch Pronschinske in Videos
Recently I started reading Andy Hunt's fine book "Pragmatic Thinking And Learning." Hunt is notorious for writing books which offer
1 replies - 3847 views - 11/18/11 by Nirav Assar in Articles