DevOps and Meritocracy friendly co-exist Today we’ve kicked off our Performance Builder Plan #PerfBuilderPlan for DevOps. A plan to help our team […]
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An architecture trying to respond a least 10000 concurrent connections per second, is trying to solve the C10K…
Hi everybody. Today, I have a surprise, I’ve uploaded a video with my personal presentation of koolfit. I will add english subtitles laters, […]
Thanks Alvarito, It’s really good get you onboard…. I don’t want to expose a vision where nothing else exists beside the Open […]
Heat: Automate everything… Thanks Paco for sharing it! One of the main purposes of this blog is to help the community to understand and APPLY the DevOps paradigm. In a DevOps world it’s very important to get along the life cycle of your applications on a secure and automated way. If we want to deploy an application, we don’t want to mess around with manual procedures. We don’t want to modify our apps everytime a change of (virtual) hardware comes off. If […]
More info about “Salt” from our DevOps friend Memo… Hello, I want to continue with the SaltStack articles, In my past article I talked about Salt and the benefits of this tool, to have a complete installation of this tool you can review the PART I Now is the time to talk about Salt States. The Salt States are a representation of the state in which a system should be in, this is often called configuration management. The purpose of this article […]
Memo, thanks for sharing this new tool, I had never heard about “Salt” before… what a nice complement to Heat… “A master server acts as a central control bus for the clients, named minions. Those minions connect back to the master node to report activities and results” via Just a little bit of Salt. |.