DevOps

How to exit Vim (with shortcuts and tips)

Vim is a powerful editor, but it can take a while to get used to how it works.

Amazon Web Services

Learn DevOps by Doing with New DevOps Hands-On Training!

DevOps has become an integral part of the cloud – in Google Cloud, AWS, and Azure.

DevOps

The SED command | BASH Basics

Sed, the Stream Editor Along the same line as my last blog,  I would like to reiterate that in some cases, it is important to have what I would consider to be basic skills on the command line.

Containers

Kubernetes and the Cloud

One of the questions I get asked quite often by people who are just starting or are simply not used to the “new” way things are done in IT is, “What is the cloud?” This, I think, is something you get many different answers to depending on who you ask.

DevOps

Everyday Regular Expressions

Nearly every programmer or systems administrator will use regular expressions at some point in their career; whether it’s as simple as changing a select bit of text in vim, or as advanced as validating detailed bits of information.

DevOps

Get More From Chef By Extending It

For the second quarter in a row we’ve launched a Chef certification course, this latest time we launched Extending Chef Badge.

Ansible

Using Ansible Facts to View System Properties

Using Ansible for system automation provides a number of powerful features, one being Ansible facts.

Announcements

DevOps Training Courses | New January Releases

DevOps has become an integral part of the cloud – in Google Cloud, AWS, and Azure.

DevOps

Learn the YAML Basics

As YAML is increasingly used alongside various agile languages and applications, learning the basics of this data serialization language will let you jump in and start working with a variety of tools, such as Ansible, Kubernetes, and Salt.

DevOps

Demystifying Pointers in Go

If you’ve never worked with a language that exposes pointers, it could be a little confusing.