“People, not process, are the most common cause of DevOps failures.”
Very well written online documentation – you should have a look if you are on the DevOps path (see my previous post).
Ops School is a comprehensive program that will help you learn to be an operations engineer. Operations engineers are highly skilled people who manage the computer systems of businesses big and small.
The Fn project is a container native serverless platform that you can run anywhere — any cloud or on-premise. It’s easy to use, supports every programming language, and is extensible and performant.
The trivial program
yesturns out not to be so trivial after all.
Concourse is a CI system composed of simple tools and ideas. It can express entire pipelines, integrating with arbitrary resources, or it can be used to execute one-off tasks, either locally or in another CI system.
This is the next big thing … for sure! I mean, the idea is old, but someone managed to give it a simple UI and API:
I just stumbled upon setting the JAVA_HOME on a remote OS X Server. I tried following the output of whereis. But this was not leading me to the right track folders.
To make things short, just add this to your .profile/shell:
Bowery is a limitless development environment available at http://bowery.io/.It is free for DEVELOPERS and STARTUPS. All you need to do is configure one simple file per host. With a few lines bowery is setting up a host inkl. your app, the dependencies (like redis, mongodb,..) and up you go. Your app will be online in a short time inkl. ssh access to the VM.
PS: Signup is done via the CLI. I think this is a trend 😉