Announcements

We’ve Partnered with Chef!

We’re so excited to announce that we’ve partnered with Chef to provide high-quality, in-depth training to those of you interested in becoming Certified Chef Developers!

Cloud

Alpine Linux and Docker

Alpine Linux is a relative new-comer in terms of Linux distributions, one of several in a recent proliferation of distros tailored for virtualization, containerization and the cloud.

Amazon Web Services

AWS Announces: X-Ray, End-to-End Distributed Application Monitoring

Of all the amazing announcements made during the re:Invent keynotes, among the most impressive I heard was Thursday’s announcement of X-Ray.

Amazon Web Services

AWS Announces: CodeBuild Automated Build Management

It’s common among many development teams – often larger teams, but especially those using agile project management and continuous deployment – to automate the process of application builds.

DevOps

Dockerizing Desktop Applications

Everyone has heard of Docker and the container revolution it has sparked.

DevOps

Development Artifacts

In it’s most generalized definition, developer artifacts are any of the “byproducts” of the project development cycle, from initial planning documentation to the compiled software itself.

DevOps

Chef: Hosted v. Private

Chef, the infrastructure automation platform, provides users with the ability to manage their server fleet no matter what the size.

DevOps

Stepping into DevOps: The DevOps Toolchain

If the overall intention of DevOps is to allow for more efficient collaboration across various teams involved in a project, then the tools an organization brings in must aim to foster DevOps principles at all levels – from initial planning to working environments, deployment schedules, and future issue reporting.

DevOps

Stepping into DevOps: Beyond the Buzzword

When I began research for this post, I was unprepared for the amount of passionate, baffling, over-the-top definitions, descriptions, and workflows concerning what makes DevOps, DevOps.