Is Docker all it's really cracked up to be? And how do you use it when your infrastructure is exclusively Chef based?
Jeff on Ops Blog
The Chef supermarket is officially open to the public. Whats devops jeff's take at a first glance
Check out dataFundamentals in action as we talk Hadoop, Chef, and changing the way you think about writing big data ETL code.
This weekend, Austin was host to the Texas Linux Fest. Though it did not receive the same attendance as ROT Rally, it still had a couple hundred people walk through the convention center to hear about all new things Linux. Here are a few of my takeaways from the convention
Recently, David Strauss spoke at one of our humble Austin Meetups, and left us all in wonder at the power of 'containers'
A recent office Hours session with Chef left me a lot more knowledgable. A quick reflection and an endorsement for you to go
Fastback kudos all around
I won't toot my own horn too often on here, but I did a presentation a couple of months ago and it's pretty good one. It follows my story in my first six months with Chef and some pragmatic solutions normally encountered problems. If you have any feedback on this then feel to email me or respond on twitter.
DevOps is supposed to incite change, but what is the way to do it where you don't piss people off?
No database provider would ever publish a new release without providing a linux installer or installation docs. Now, some are even providing working VirtualBox and VMWare VMs. Will a Chef cookbook ever become just expected, as part of the mix for each new software release?
Sometimes, we all need a laugh with all these deadlines. This is a listing of some of the websites that I find as a good distraction from the pressure. This will not include Reddit, because that is implied