Posts tagged as DevOps:

Setting up a fleet cluster with Chef and without CoreOS

09.11.2014
Jan Nabbefeld

Moving your software to Docker is like running a long distance. Putting your software inside containers is only the first two kilometers. Then you start to realize that moving your underlaying infrastructure to handle all your new packaged software…

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Should I stay or should I Go?

29.10.2014
Jasper Timm

I love working at smaller companies, especially smaller tech companies. There's a sense of freedom for their employees that allows them to explore newer technologies, often leading to a more fitting solution to a problem.

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DevOpsDays Berlin 2014

24.10.2014
Jan Nabbefeld

Attending a conference in your hometown is just great as you have a short way home. DevOpsDays in Berlin meant two days of really good talks and Open Space Sessions. A very well organized event with excellent catering and an awesome evening event.…

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Policy files @chefsummit London 2014

16.10.2014
Jan Nabbefeld

Between the DevOpsDays in Warsaw and Berlin Robert and I took a trip to the #Chefsummit in London. It had been a short trip indeed, however there are some things we would like to share with you, so read on ...

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Chef and Docker @chefsummit London 2014

16.10.2014
Jan Nabbefeld

Between the DevOpsDays in Warsaw and Berlin Robert and I took a trip to the #Chefsummit in London. It had been a short trip indeed, however there are some things we would like to share with you, so read on ...

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DevOps Retreat - Docker Introduction Workshop

01.10.2014
Joern Barthel

Today we introduce a new workshop format: "DevOps Retreat". Retreats are half-day workshops for developers, devops and system engineers who would like to learn about a tool or a particular technology hands-on. Our first DevOps Retreat will cover the…

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DevOpsDays Berlin Half-Price Ticket Giveaway

22.09.2014
Daniel Meisen

As a Berlin-based company we wanted to give something back to one of our favorite communities: DevOps. The DevOps movement has rapidly grown over the past years, but we have the feeling that it can still use some support. We highly appreciate the…

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Train and Test your DevOps skills with the Simian Army

17.07.2014
Ingo Kampe

Have you ever tried to seriously test all your highly sophisticated resilience accomplishments in cloud setups? Our DevOps invest a lot to achieve things like auto-scaling, failover and zero downtime deployments. Infrastructure is coded with e.g.…

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Shipping Docker

12.06.2014
Joern Barthel

It's no secret that we are huge fans of Docker, the container packaging that's currently busy redefining the way we ship and develop applications. In fact we've been using Docker for production workloads since summer 2013, as well as the terrific…

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The Phoenix Principle - a DevOps concept explained

30.01.2014
Ingo Kampe

A Phoenix in greek mythology is a long-lived bird that is periodically regenerated or reborn. This perfectly describes the basic idea of a new paradigm that appeared in the last years about the way to manage application deployments and it's runtime…

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