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DevOps for Devs in 3 Steps

10.17.2011
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A presentation entitled "DevOps for Developers" was given at the WebTech 2011 conference and now the slides are up online for all to see.  I'll summarize the show and let you know where the better slides are so you don't have to flip through the whole thing.  It starts out on an introductory level, but then it gets into some tools and techniques that are talked about less often:

  • 1-16 Intro.  Not too interesting.
  • 16 - 28  Some examples with PHP, Apache, HipApache, Gearman,NoSQL (Redis), and Memcached
  • 29 - end The good part: DevOps for Devs in 3 (actually not so easy) step.  Includes some examples with Vagrant, Puppet, WetWare refactoring and more.

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Axel Rauschmayer replied on Tue, 2011/11/08 - 1:05pm

Wish: Some kind of (tl;dr-style) executive summary.

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