This is just a short and sweet video cooked up by the Opscode 'Ninja Strike Squad' about why one might want to use Chef, an open source data center and cloud...
0 replies - 4077 views - 10/27/11 by Mitch Pronschinske in Videos
By Sameer Kulkarni and Ketan Navinchandra Shah
Dev and Ops have to work in harmony to deliver on Agile projects efficiently.
0 replies - 4959 views - 09/27/13 by Ketan Shah in Articles
Managing or prioritizing the backlog, re-prioritizing works in progress — these activities make up the most of a product owner’s work. That’s not...
0 replies - 1393 views - 08/30/13 by Olga Kouzina in Articles
Bill Gates AMA
If you haven't already done so, you should check out the comments from Bill Gates' AMA. My favorite part was when someone asked...
0 replies - 5746 views - 02/12/13 by Mitch Pronschinske in Articles
One important issue that comes up when undertaking a configuration management effort is how to design “the schema” for configuration management data....
0 replies - 4944 views - 11/28/12 by Willie Wheeler in Articles
I’ve decided. We need to start doing points poker here at Baseblack if we’re going to carry on this Agile DevOps thing.
I’ve got to admit, the first...
1 replies - 7326 views - 03/24/12 by Tom O'connor in Articles
0 replies - 14935 views - 03/22/12 by James Betteley in Book Reviews
I am and always will be a student of leadership & design. I like
to see things work, but I like it more when things work a little better
or a little...
1 replies - 9693 views - 03/06/12 by Aaron Nichols in Articles
There are many advantages Jenkins can offer Apache Subversion
users, one of which is the option of automatically polling Subversion
1 replies - 14173 views - 02/18/12 by Jessica Thornsby in Articles
One of the things that I did, almost by accident, when we started
Hibernating Rhinos was to create a CI server and a public daily build
1 replies - 6785 views - 02/13/12 by Ayende Rahien in Articles
So you have an awesome post-mortem process. You retro every 2 weeks
and you list out all the stuff that isn’t working. You diligently
collect all the...
0 replies - 3610 views - 02/11/12 by Aaron Nichols in Articles
Databases have long been the poor cousin of the application tier when
it comes to many of the processes we take for granted in the .NET
1 replies - 7494 views - 02/08/12 by Troy Hunt in Articles
I’ve been having some discussions about this lately so figured I
would write something about the topic. Being a member of an Ops team can
0 replies - 3414 views - 02/08/12 by Aaron Nichols in Articles
I recall a few jobs ago I was managing the Systems Engineering team
and trying to grow it into a group that could handle the daily onslaught
of issues that...
4 replies - 6334 views - 02/06/12 by Aaron Nichols in Articles
I am @devops_jerk. I’m not a jerk – but I have played one on Twitter.
On the 15th of October I setup the account on Twitter. Today, not quite
1 replies - 7823 views - 01/31/12 by Aaron Nichols in Articles
Configuration Management was always my passion.
Somehow, I have always had this thing for builds. I don’t know why,
it just happens to be that way. Over...
1 replies - 6437 views - 01/30/12 by Evgeny Goldin in Articles
There are a number of ways you can monitor the progress of your
Grails build: using the Hudson / Jenkins web app; or leveraging the API:
from your IDE,...
0 replies - 11237 views - 01/30/12 by Robin Bramley in Articles
I’ve noticed that when other developers talk about “continuous integration” they do not always mean the same thing. The following is an outline of the...
11 replies - 20375 views - 01/29/12 by Dror Helper in News
Given that @patrickdebois is working on
improving data collection I thought it would be a good idea to describe
the setup I currently have hacked...
1 replies - 7294 views - 01/26/12 by Kris Buytaert in Articles
As I mentioned in a post last week
we’ve been automating the setup of our developer machines with puppet
over the last week and one thing that we’ve...
0 replies - 7287 views - 01/25/12 by Mark Needham in Articles