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Beyond Code: Crafting DevEx Journeys

In the dynamic realm of software development, where every keystroke contributes to the creation of innovative solutions, the experience of developers plays a

Write custom policies for Mondoo

This is the second post in a series about IT compliance with Mondoo. This post will focus on how to add your own custom policies to Mondoo. Make sure to

Decoding Team Processes

Effective team organization is at the heart of continuous and sustainable value delivery for any organization. This article explores various process models,

A Comprehensive Guide to Key Concepts

From unraveling the mysteries behind system behavior to exploring cutting-edge debugging techniques, this article promises a glimpse into the fundamental

HashiCorp Packer and HCP Packer Release Channels

Within our previous posts about HashiCorp Packer we have shown how to build images for AWS and Azure using Packer. In this article we will add something we

Navigating the Spectrum of Programming Languages

In the vast landscape of modern IT work, writing code stands as a cornerstone. However, the plethora of programming languages often raises questions about how

Compliance with Mondoo and Terraform on Microsoft Azure Cloud

This is the first post in a series about IT compliance with Mondoo. This post will focus on the basics of Mondoo and how you can use it to get insights about

HashiCorp Packer with Ansible and HashiCorp Vault as Secrets Store

Securing secrets is a crucial part of any infrastructure. In this article we will show how to use HashiCorp Vault as a secrets store for HashiCorp Packer in

The new HashiCorp Waypoint

In today's rapidly evolving technological landscape, organizations face the challenge of delivering applications consistently across various platforms and

Sending OpenTelemetry data to Grafana Cloud

In the ever-evolving landscape of software development, the need for observability has become paramount. As applications and infrastructure grow more complex,

HashiCorp Vault ACME Configuration by terraform

Starting with version 1.14.0, the Vault PKI secrets engine supports the Automatic Certificate Management Environment (ACME) specification for issuing and

Amazon EKS with ALB and External DNS for Route 53

Amazon EKS with ALB and External DNS for Route 53 What is Amazon EKS? Amazon Elastic Kubernetes Service (Amazon EKS) is a managed service on AWS that eliminates

Leveraging OpenTelemetry to Enhance Ansible with Jaeger Tracing

Leveraging OpenTelemetry to Enhance Ansible with Jaeger Tracing In today's complex IT environments, system administrators and DevOps teams are constantly

Blue/Green Deployments with HashiCorp Nomad and Waypoint

What is HashiCorp Nomad? HashiCorp Nomad is not only a lightweight alternative to Kubernetes. It's simple to use, easy to setup and very scalable. I use it on

Changelog Automation with GitHub Actions

Changelog Automation with GitHub Actions The connection between human emotions and the next version number of a project can lead to unwanted outcomes. As

Distribution of HashiCorp Packer templated Virtual Machines

Distribution of HashiCorp Packer templated Virtual Machines After creating our virtual machine templates in multiple clouds, having tested them and validated

Automated Testing of Packer Templates with Kitchen Terraform

Automated Testing of Packer Templates with Kitchen Terraform In the latest posting about HashiCorp Packer, we created a Packer template that was able to create

Simplify Virtual Machine templates with HashiCorp Packer for any Cloud

Automated Cloud Templates with HashiCorp Packer In our previous post about Packer and azure, we used Azure to introduce a HashiCorp Packer definition in HCL

Is Mondoo an alternative to InSpec?

Why Mondoo indead of InSpec? For me, testing infrastructure started with RSpec and ServerSpec. Then the [DevSec project] (https://dev-sec.io/) project taught me

Automate Virtual Machine Templates with Packer for Azure

Automated Cloud Templates with HashiCorp Packer In our previous post about VMWare and Packer and our revised post we already covered how to create templates for

Interesting articles about AWS

Introduction We have collected different articles about AWS for you. Serving dynamic website content with serverless architecture A serverless architecture can

Interesting posts about different topics

Introduction Stay up to date with this link collection about different topics. Orchestrating Zero Trust with Chef Desktop This blog summarizes key concepts of

Interesting posts from HashiCorp

Introduction Stay up to date with this Link RoundUp about HashiCorp. Announcing HashiCorp Terraform 1.0 General Availability Terraform 1.0 — now generally

Useful links about Kubernetes

Introduction We have collected some useful and interesting links about Kubernetes for you. How etcd works with and without Kubernetes Learn how Kubernetes uses

The HashiCorp Cloud Operating Model and Infralovers

Our first live webinar with our partner HashiCorp Introduction The transformation to cloud based operation models requires companies to further develop their

Interesting articles about Kubernetes

Introduction We have collected different articles about Kubernetes for you. Introduction to k3d: Run K3s in Docker k3d is a small program made for running a K3s

Interesting blog posts by Infralovers about different HashiCorp tools

Introduction Have a look at the blog posts by our team members and how they use the HashiCorp stack. HashiCorp Vault SSH Authentication with Signed Public Keys

Interesting posts about different topics

Introduction Stay up to date with this Link RoundUp about different topics. Announcing HashiCorp Terraform 0.15 General Availability Terraform 0.15 delivers a

Useful links about AWS

Introduction We have collected some useful and interesting links about AWS for you. Reduce Unwanted Traffic on Your Website with New AWS WAF Bot Control |

HashiCorp Vault SSH Authentication with Signed Public Keys

HashiCorp Vault SSH Authentication In the last HashiCorp Vault post we described a way to configure Vault and also our Infrastructure to use the One Time

mondoo.io with HashiCorp Packer in Gitlab CICD

What is mondoo mondoo is brought to you by the team who gave you InSpec and the DevSec Project with a passion to make IT operations human readable and

HashiCorp Vault setup SSH Authentication with Ansible and Terraform

Most HashiCorp Vault tutorials - even those from HashiCorp - use the commandline tools or even just curl to configure HashiCorp Vault. But do we want to use

First steps with HashiCorp Nomad

Nomad is HashiCorp’s alternative to Kubernetes. Kubernetes is a container-only orchestrator with a half-dozen interoperating services included. It is fair to

VMWare Templates with terraform and cloud-init

Automate creation of VMWare virtual machines In the previous post about VMWare templates with packer and also the revised post about that topic we introduced

Terraform Cloud dynamic workspaces

Dynamic Workspaces with Hashicorp Terraform Cloud and Terraform Enterprise At the time of writing this article ( terraform 0.14 ) providers cannot have

Agile Testing mit Ruby und Cucumber

Facts: Training: Agile Testing mit Ruby und Cucumber Location: Online Teilnehmeranzahl: 8 Vier Tage Training rund um Ruby, Cucumber,

Interesting news about Chef

Introduction We have collected some useful and interesting links about Chef for you. Chef is Now a Part of Progress - Chef Blog I can’t wait to see what

Stay informed about HashiCorp and all the topics that come around

Introduction In this Link RoundUp you will find some interesting posts about the HashiCorp stack. HashiCorp Boundary: A Whiteboard Video with Armon Dadgar Watch

Stay tuned about Kubernetes

Introduction In this Link RoundUp you will find some interesting posts about Kubernetes and all the topics which come around. Introducing Structured Logs

Useful links about AWS

Introduction We have collected different blog posts from AWS for you to stay up to date. Advice for customers dealing with Docker Hub rate limits, and a Coming

Automated VMWare Templates with HashiCorp Packer revised

Automated VMWare Templates with Hashicorp Packer - Revised In our previous post about VMWare and Packer we already covered the build process of building packer

Four interesting blog posts from AWS

Introduction Stay up to date with this Link RoundUp about AWS. A public data lake for COVID-19 research and development — Amazon Web Services The AWS COVID-19

Interested in Kubernetes?

Introduction We have collected three articles with the topic Kubernetes for you. Infra As Code — Terraform (4) Deploy Kubernetes Dashboard and Jenkins App In my

Stay informed about Chef

Introduction We have collected four useful and interesting links about Chef for you. Configuring knife using Knife Profiles Just completed the Configuring knife

Stay informed about HashiCorp and all the topics that come around

Introduction In this Link RoundUp you will find interesting posts about Terraform and Vault. Automated Terraform Deployments to AWS with Github Actions We’ve

Interesting blog posts from our team member Martin

Introduction Have a look at four interesting blog posts by our team member Martin about Changelog Automation within GitLab, Terraform with Terratest and more.

Interesting news about AWS

Introduction We have collected different blog posts from AWS for you to stay up do date. How to integrate AWS Lambda with Spinnaker | Amazon Web Services In

News in the field of Containers

Introduction Stay up to date with this Link RoundUp about Containers. A Practical Guide to Choosing between Docker Containers and VMs Docker, Kubernetes, and

Stay tuned about Kubernetes

Introduction In this Link RoundUp you will find some interesting posts about Kubernetes and all the topics which come around. Make Kubernetes Essential to Your

Useful links about Chef

Introduction We have collected some useful and interesting links about Chef for you. Actionable Insights with Chef Automate & ServiceNow - Chef Blog To be

Changelog Automation within Gitlab

Changelog Automation within Gitlab As a developer it is not your favorite duty to write changelogs according to the tagging which was done in a code repository.

Terraform with Terratest in Gitlab Pipeline

Terraform with terratest in Gitlab pipeline With terraform Cloud and terraform Enterprise you are enabled now to us your custom modules in a way that all in

Five Blog Posts about Docker

Introduction Stay up to date with this Docker Link Roundup. Docker Explained – An Introductory Guide To Docker - DZone Cloud This article serves as an

HashiCorp Link Roundup

Introduction We have collected some interesting links about the HashiCorp stack for you. Continuous Integration for Terraform Modules with GitHub Actions

Interesting links about AWS

Introduction Have a look at these links to stay up to date about AWS and all the topics which come around. Improve Your App Testing With Amplify Console’s Pull

Kubernetes Link Roundup

Introduction Have a look at these links to learn more about Kubernetes and all the topics which come around. Kubernetes Patterns : The Service Discovery

Stay up to date about Chef

Introduction We have collected different links about Chef for you to stay up to date. Protect Yourself From the RubyGems Backdoor by InSpec’ing Your Fleet -

Automated VMWare Templates with HashiCorp Packer

Automated VMWare Templates with HashiCorp Packer Within all the cloud providers you get automated built template based virtual machines - what about doing this

4 Blog Posts about AWS

Introduction We have collected four blog posts about AWS for you. New – Port Forwarding Using AWS System Manager Session Manager

HashiCorp Link RoundUp

Introduction We have collected three links about the HashiCorp tools Nomad, Vault, Consul and Terraform for you. Distributed Configuration Management With

Interesting links about Kubernetes

Introduction Kubernetes is in all mouth and we have collected five interesting links to help you staying at the edge of technology. KubeVirt.io Virtual Machine

News in the field of Source Control Management

Introduction Check out what is new in the world of GitHub and GitLab. GitHub gets a CI/CD service – TechCrunch

Stay up do date about Serverless

Introduction Stay up do date with this Serverless Link RoundUp. 5 ways to manage serverless secrets, ranked best to worst | TechBeacon Traditional methods for

Traefik and HashiCorp Consul with terraform

Traefik and Hashicorp Consul with Terraform Are you looking for a solution to configure a reverse proxy or load balancer without the need to step into a big

Interesting posts about Kubernetes

Introduction In this link roundup you find different interesting posts about Kubernetes, for example how to implement "Preview Environments" on Kubernetes with

News about Chef and Habitat

Introduction This Chef and Habitat link roundup contains links about the new Chef Infra Client release and examples how to use Chef Habitat on Windows. AWS

Useful Links about Serverless

Introduction Serverless is in all mouth and we have collected four interesting articles to help you staying at the edge of technology. Serverless vs.

4 Blog Posts about Source Control Management

Introduction We have collected four blog posts about Source Control Management for you. 4 Successful examples of application modernization To achieve legacy

Azure Link RoundUp

Introduction Microsoft Azure is a cloud-computing platform for Software Engineers. Check out the following blog posts to learn more about it. Azure Functions

CI/CD with Jenkins, Spinnaker and CircleCI

Introduction Continuous integration and continuous deployment help you to avoid mistakes and safe time. That is why we have collected blog posts about Jenkins,

Docker and What You Need to Know About it

Introduction Containers are taking the world by storm. We have collected four useful links about Docker for you. Check them out. Learn Enough Docker to be

OpenStack Link RoundUp

Introduction You can join the next Open Infrastructure Summit to stay up to date about the IoT and everything about the cloud. In the meanwhile you can inform

Stay up to date about Ruby on Rails

Introduction Ruby on Rails is written in Ruby and a server-side web application framework. Check out the lastest news, the most popular repositories on GitHub,

Tips and Tricks about Kubernetes

Introduction No matter if you are already using Kubernetes or are planning to use it. We have collected some tips and tricks for you. 7 Key Considerations for

Tips and Tricks about Serverless

Introduction Serverless is in all mouth and we have collected four interesting articles to help you staying at the edge of technology. Four Techniques

Useful Links about Chef, InSpec and Habitat

Introduction With Chef you can automate all your technology. With InSpec you can run automated tests and Habitat is all about building, deploying and managing

Amazon Web Services Link RoundUp

Introduction Have a look at this links to learn more about Amazon Web Services and all the topics which come around. 3 Tips to Control the Cost of AWS Lambda

Interested in Git and GitHub?

Introduction Git and GitHub can simplify your life. Check out why and improve your skills with some tips and tricks. Follow these simple rules and you’ll become

Posts about different CI/CD tools

Introduction Jenkins, Spinnaker, CircleCI are just some of the Continuous Integration / Continuous Development tools. MPL - Modular Pipeline Library The modular

Ruby is one of the most spread Programming Languages

Introduction Ruby is one of our favourite programming languages. That's why we have collected some blog posts with tips and tricks about Ruby. What is A Matrix

Tips and Tricks for Amazon Web Services

Introduction With Amazon Web Services you can scale and grow you business. Check out what you need to know about AWS and some tips and tricks. How to become an

Winner of the Awesome Community Chef Award 2018

Every year at the ChefConf the Chef Community awards people who do exceptional things on a regular basis. The Awesome Community Chefs help improving Chef and

Docker is in all mouth

Introduction Do you really know what it is? Or maybe you need some tips and tricks or want to stay up to date about new features? We have collected the perfect

Gain some insights into Microsoft Azure

Introduction Read about hybrid applications, different clouds and gain some insights into Microsoft Azure. Clouds Compared — AWS vs Azure vs GCP A comparison of

Get a first insight into Kubernetes

Introduction The open source platform Kubernetes automates containerized services and workloads. In this link roundup you find a how-to blog post, takeaways

OpenStack and some of its projects

Introduction The OpenStack community is growing steadily and also the number of projects is increasing. Inform yourself about Kata, Swift, the Rocky release and

Tips and Tricks for Serverless

Introduction Do you want to know why startups often use Serverless and if it's advantageous to run Kubernetes on Serverless applications? What is Serverless and

Stay tuned about Chef, Habitat and Inspec

Introduction The Link-Roundup about Chef, Habitat and InSpec includes a blog post to get a general overview of what Infrastructure as Code is. We also added

CI/CD with CircleCI, Jenkins and Spinnaker

CircleCI Tools for effective pairing I have done somewhere in the range of 150 phone screens this year. Doubling your engineering organization means talking to

Stay Informed about Serverless

News from serverless.com Use Cloudflare Workers + Serverless Framework to add reliability and uptime to your FaaS Cloudflare Workers integrates with the

Tips and Tricks about Go and Ruby

Go on medium.com Building real-time messaging server in Go – Alexander Emelin – Medium This story is a write-up after my talk at goway.io about Centrifugo. Some

Kubernetes all over the Web

News from kubernetes.io Introducing Volume Snapshot Alpha for Kubernetes Author: Jing Xu (Google) Xing Yang (Huawei), Saad Ali (Google) Kubernetes v1.12

Microsoft Azure: Cloud Computing Platform

News from azure.microsoft How developers can get started with building AI applications In recent years, we have seen a leap in practical AI innovations

News about Docker at a Glance

News from blog.docker.com Docker Certified Containers from Monitoring Partners - Docker Blog The Docker Certified Technology Program is designed for ecosystem

Scale and grow your business with AWS

News from aws.amazon.com Working with dependency injection in .NET Standard: inject your AWS clients – part 1 | Amazon Web Services Dependency injection (DI) is

The Latest News about Chef and Habitat

News from blog.chef.io Habitat® and Chef® Automate for Applications - Chef Blog With Chef Automate for Applications, our enterprise Habitat offering that is now

Useful Links about OpenStack

News from superuser.openstack.org Modern cloud native architecture: What you need to know about micro-services, containers and serverless - Superuser Author

Chef Community Summit in London

The Chef Community Summit is an event where Chef Inc. brings all its' users and contributors together. In 2018 it took place in Seattle and London. Attendees

Infracoders Graz Meetup: Compliance Automation with InSpec and Chef Automate

The first Infracoders/DevOps/CloudNative Meetup after the summer break took place on the 11th of September, 2018 in Graz. About 15 Infracoders were excited

Automatization Now

Due to our years of experience in consulting and training our customers, we know a thing or two about IT infrastructure. The Developer Magazine shares this

Womenintech Part 8: Docker Swarm - How to create a minimal cluster running a service using VirtualBox

Introduction This blog post covers the topic Docker Swarm and how to create a minimal cluster running a Nginx service. Normally, a Docker Swarm consists of

Automate your Container Operations with Kubernetes

News from superuser.openstack.org How to deploy Kubernetes on your laptop - Superuser Meet Minikube, a way to run a single-node Kubernetes cluster inside a VM.

AWS at a Glance

News from the AWS Blog How to use Amazon GuardDuty and AWS Web Application Firewall to automatically block suspicious hosts | Amazon Web Services When you’re

Chef - Infrastructure as Code

News from blog.chef.io Deploy Applications with HPE OneSphere and Chef Automate - Chef Blog You can take advantage of the integration between HPE OneSphere and

GitHub and Git - Tips and Tricks

News from blog.github.com Optimizing your open source project with GitHub Apps Automate away some of the pain points in your open source projects with these

Interested in OpenStack?

News from superuser.openstack.org Inside the latest edition of "Learning OpenStack Networking" - Superuser The third edition offers updates on load

Microsoft Azure - The Open Cloud Computing Platform

Enhance your DevSecOps practices with Azure Security Center’s newest playbooks Cloud-hosted workloads offer excellent scalability, ease of deployment, and

News about Jenkins

News from jenkins.io Accelerate with Jenkins X Jenkins is an open source automation server Remoting Kafka Plugin 1.0: A new method to connect agents Jenkins is

Python - One of our Favourite Programming Languages

News from realpython.com Documenting Python Code: A Complete Guide – Real Python A complete guide to documenting Python code. Whether you're documenting a

Stay informed about Docker

Docker on Medium Docker Tutorial: Containers, VMs, and Docker for Beginners Original Article Posted Here :

Stay up to Date about Serverless

News from serverless.com Using SQS with AWS Lambda and Serverless Get started with Simple Queue Service (SQS) and Serverless, and learn some of the important

Infracoders Graz Meetup: Aurora WP - Highest Flexibility and Automation for Managed WordPress Hosting

Karl Kowald, Managing Director of Lorem Ipsum web.solutions GmbH, gave a presentation on Aurora WP at the last Infracoders / DevOps / CloudNative Meetup with

Womenintech Part 7: Docker for beginners - Creating an own Docker Image

Introduction This post is about Docker, how to build an own image and launch a container by running this image. Cheatsheet Docker What is Docker? In general,

Chef and Habitat

News from the Chef.io Blog A Look at Deploying an Icinga2 Server with Chef Cookbooks - Chef Blog Walk through a deployment using four Icinga 2 cookbooks to see

Jenkins All Over The WWW

News from the Jenkins Blog When using tags in Jenkins Pipeline Jenkins is an open source automation server Securing your Jenkins CI/CD Container Pipeline with

Which Programming Language to use?

Programming Languages Overview How to Choose a Programming Language Choosing a programming language can be a major hurdle because people lack the information

Building and Managing Cloud Computing Platforms with OpenStack

News from the Opensource Blog Highlights from the OpenStack project teams gathering A few weeks back in Dublin, Ireland, OpenStack engineers gathered from

Check out what's going on about Azure

News from the Azure Blog Explore Build 2018 content with playlists Use playlists of Build content to discover our top picks for the most relevant sessions,

Interested in Kubernetes?

The Latest News from the Kubernetes Blog Developing on Kubernetes - Kubernetes Developing on Kubernetes Zero-downtime Deployment in Kubernetes with Jenkins -

Links about Serverless at a Glance

News from the Serverless Blog Fn Project brings containerized, cloud-agnostic functions to a cloud near you The Fn Project is an open source, container-native

Stay up to Date about Docker

What is New on the Docker Blog? Introducing Play with Kubernetes - Docker Blog Every month for the last year, thousands of people have used Play with Docker and

Stay Informed About AWS

News from the AWS Blog AWS AppSync – Production-Ready with Six New Features | Amazon Web ServicesIf you build (or want to build) data-driven web and mobile apps

Sonarqube on AWS Fargate

What is AWS Fargate? Fargate is the next incarnation of Amazon Elastic Container Service (ECS). With classic ECS you had to create dedicated instances to run

Chef Training Partner

Commandemy is a Chef training partner and our CEO Edmund Haselwanter was interviewed by Brian Turner (Director of Learning Services at Chef) at the Chef

Womenintech Part 6: How To Use The Serverless Framework And What’s The Difference To OpenFaaS

Introduction As part of my Bachelor Thesis “Serverless Architectures”, my boss Edmund wanted to support me and assigned me the task to implement a serverless

Already heard about Serverless?

Serverless on Medium Serverless isn't the Evolution of Compute - Serverless Zone I've been banging on for ages about how Serverless is the evolution of compute,

Automate Container Operations with Kubernetes

The Kubernetes Blog Reporting Errors from Control Plane to Applications Using Kubernetes Events The official Kubernetes blog. Core Workloads API GA The official

Automate your IT Infrastructure with Chef

News from chef.io Migrating your Chef Server with knife-ec-backup and knife-tidy - Chef Blog Your guide for the easiest way to get all of your Chef data moved

AWS - Amazon Web Services

News from AWS Deploy an Amazon ECS Cluster Running Windows Server with AWS Tools for PowerShell - Part 1 | Amazon Web Services This is a guest post from Trevor

Cloud Native with Habitat

The Official habitat.sh Blog Packaging a .Net Windows Service Application This post will demonstrate how to package a .Net Windows service application using

Docker in the WWW

blog.docker.com Docker for Mac with Kubernetes - Docker Blog You heard about it at DockerCon Europe and now it is here: we are proud to announce that Docker for

Expand your Knowledge about Chatbots

Chatbots - The Beginners Guide Chatbots - The Beginners Guide - Chatbots Magazine If you search for chatbots on Google, you'll probably come across hundreds of

Git, Gilab and GitHub: Tips and Tricks

Git NDP Software :: Git Cheatsheet Interactive Git Cheatsheet, categorizing commands based on what they affect. Oh, shit, git! Git is hard: screwing up is easy,

Go and Ruby Tips and Tricks

Go moovweb/gvm gvm - Go Version Manager Go 1.10 is released - The Go Blog Happy Friday, happy weekend! Today the Go team is happy to announce the release of Go

Microsoft Azure in all Mouth

Azure on GitHub Azure/azure-quickstart-templates azure-quickstart-templates - Azure Quickstart Templates Azure on techcrunch.com Microsoft acquires Avere

Open Source Software: OpenStack

OpenStack and Kubernetes OpenStack and Kubernetes Better Together - OpenStack Blog for VMware Virtual machines and containers are two of my favorite

Test Automation with Jenkins

Jenkins and Kubernetes Jenkins declarative pipelines with Kubernetes Deploy Jenkins using Helm, create Jenkins declarative pipelines and execute builds in

An Introduction to DevOps

Nowadays the term DevOps is spreading rapidly all over the world. That is why we want to give you an introduction to DevOps, define the term, inform you about

Container With Docker

News from the official Docker blog Docker Official Images are now Multi-platform - Docker Blog This past week, Docker rolled out a big update to our Official

Containerized Applications With Kubernetes

Tips and tricks Kubespray.io takes the pain out of Kubernetes deployment There are a lot of differences between OpenStack and Kubernetes, but one thing they

Go And Ruby

Go Creating serverless Slack commands in minutes with Go & Up This post walks through the creation of a serverless Slack command written in Golang, and deployed

Inform Yourself About Habitat

News about Habitat Application Automation with Habitat and Kubernetes - Chef Blog Habitat, Chef's next generation application automation framework, provides a

News About Microsoft Azure On Several Platforms

The Microsoft Azure blog Monitor Azure services and applications using Grafana Today, we are excited to introduce the Grafana plugin for Azure Monitor and

Openstack Cloud Software

Tips and tricks OpenStack basics: An overview for the absolute beginner - OpenStack Superuser Ben Silverman, author of "OpenStack for Architects," gets newbies

Source Control Management

Git An Introduction to Managing Secrets Safely with Version Control Systems | DigitalOcean Version control software (VCS) is an essential part of most modern

Start Into 2018 With ChatBots

Trends for 2018 Five Trends for Voice Assistants in 2018 - Chatbots Magazine It's going to be an interesting year... Since we've reached the end of one year,

Stay Informed About AWS

10 Lessons from 10 Years of AWS Slides from my talk at the first AWS Community Day in Bangalore https://www.meetup.com/awsugblr/events/243819403/ The list is

Stay On The Cutting Edge With Serverless

News from serverless.com Managing secrets, API keys and more with Serverless Use Lambda environment variables and AWS Parameter Store to handle configuration in

Stay Up To Date With This Chef Linklist

News from blog.chef.io Migrating your Chef Server with knife-ec-backup and knife-tidy - Chef Blog Now is a great time to start thinking about deploying a new

Everyone Writes About ChatBots

ChatBots on medium.com 11 Best Uses of Chatbots Right Now - The Mission - Medium Chatbots can schedule meetings, tell you the weather, and provide customer

Git, GitLab, GitHub

GitLab How to automatically create a new MR on GitLab with GitLab CI At fleetster, we have our own instance of GitLab and we rely a lot on GitLab CI. How could

Womenintech Part 4: Continuous Delivery Of A Static Web Page With Jekyll, GitLab And AWS

As a new project, I was assigned the task to automate internal processes for our website deployment and to implement some features. Therefore, I had to deal

Automate Apps With Habitat

News from habitat.sh Running a Full Framework ASP.NET IIS application in Habitat First and foremost, we will not be creating Habitat packages for the .NET

Become A Chef Expert

Learn chef on chef.io Learn Chef Rally: New learning site for Chef practitioners - Chef Blog I'm excited to announce the launch of our new learning site for

Container Technology With Docker

blog.docker.com Docker Official Images are now Multi-platform - Docker Blog This past week, Docker rolled out a big update to our Official Images to make them

The Latest News About Kubernetes

Helpful information about Kubernetes Kubernetes The Hard Way Explained - Chapter 1 Kelsey Hightower's tutorial is the goto place for wannabe Kubernetes

Cloud Computing With OpenStack

News from superuser.openstack.org Why Kubernetes, OpenStack and OPNFV are a match made in heaven - OpenStack Superuser Now's the time to forge an even closer

Interested In AWS? Check Out These Links!

Tips and Tricks from the AWS blog How to Use AWS Organizations to Automate End-to-End Account Creation | Amazon Web Services AWS Organizations offers new

Microsoft Azure Cloud Computing Platform

Azure combined with other technologies Announcing Chef Automate on Azure Stack - Chef Blog Today, we are excited to announce the availability of Chef Automate

Stay Informed About Jenkins

Which CI/CD tool to use? CI/CD Tools Comparison: Jenkins, GitLab CI, Buildbot, Drone, and Concourse | DigitalOcean Continuous integration, delivery, and

What is Terraform?

This post is the first part of a series of posts on Hashicorp Terraform. The Problem With the rise of Infrastructure as a Service (IaaS), it is possible to set

Womenintech Part 3: First Steps With Ruby And Chef

Ruby After my first steps in programming with Ruby, I was assigned to write a program for our company to automate a process. The task I should automate, takes

Are You Using Go And Ruby As Your Preferred Programming Languages?

Go Using Docker Multi-Stage Builds with GoJust Give Me the Code Fine...here you go. Motivation Consider the following Dockerfile: FROM scratch ADD

Check Out These Kubernetes Tips And Tricks

Tips and Tricks What's new in Kubernetes 1.6 -- a focus on stabilityKubernetes 1.6 is forecast to be released this week. Major themes include new capabilities

Source Control Management With Git, GitLab, GitHub

Git Git 2.13 has been releasedThe open source Git project has just released Git 2.13.0, with features and bugfixes from over 65 contributors. Before we dig into

The Latest News About Jenkins

The latest news from jenkins.io Delivery pipelines, with Jenkins 2: how to promote Java EE and...Published on 2017-07-05 by Michael Hüttermann In a past blog

Chef's Open Source Framework For Application Automation: Habitat

Releases Habitat 0.25.0 ReleasedWe are happy to announce the release of Habitat 0.25.0. We have a number of new features as well as bug fixes, so please read on

Docker News And Tips All Around The Web

News from docker.com Build And Deploy Hybrid Applications In Azure Using Docker...Is your organization asking you to modernize a traditional app that uses old

Interested In Amazon Web Services (AWS)?

The latest news from the official AWS blog Protect Web Sites & Services Using Rate-Based Rules for AWS WAF...You can combine new Rate-based Rules with WAF

OpenStack - The Open Source Cloud Computing Software

The latest news about OpenStack What makes OpenStack relevant in a container-driven world -...Thierry Carrez, OpenStack's VP of engineering, provides his take

The Hype About ChatBots

The hype about ChatBots Why Chatbots Are the Future of Big Data - Jay - MediumAlmost exactly a year ago, Facebook launched the Messenger Platform, allowing

The Latest News About Chef

News from chef.io Achieving Windows Compliance with InSpec - Chef BlogThis blog post is a follow-up on our by Windows Compliance with InSpec webinar Joe

Infracoders Graz Hands-On: Habitat

Michael Ducy, Director of Product Marketing at Chef demonstrated in this hands-on session how Habitat helps to simplify the processes required to build, deploy,

Infracoders Graz Meetup: Habitat

The time has passed quickly and our third Infracoders Meetup in 2017 took place on the 27th of June in the Aula X Space, Graz. Although the hot temperatures

Using bots to automate deployments

A post about DevOps, ChatOps, ChatBots and how we used them to create a fully automated deployment experience for a fortune 500 company. Let's start with a

Womenintech Part 2: My Journey Continues

Next stops Git, Gitlab, Ruby, Rspec and Cucumber To get into the workflow of our company, I started learning how to use Git. So, I started with the basics,

The Latest News From Amazon Web Services - AWS

AWS Serverless Application Model (AWS SAM) Supports Inline Swagger and AWS CloudFormation Intrinsic FunctionsThe AWS Serverless Application Model (AWS SAM) has

Become A Real Chef Pro

Chef Certification: What it is and how to do it - Chef BlogThe Chef Certification Program is an exciting opportunity to deliver more value for your organization

ChatOps: ChatBots On Medium

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News From The AWS Blog

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The Latest News From Docker

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The Latest News From The Kubernetes Blog

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Womenintech Part 1: Becoming An IT Employee

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Lab with Kubernetes and Traefik on Raspberry

Install then base OS install the flash tool GitHub - hypriot/flash: Command line script to flash SD card images of any kind 1curl -O

ChatOps On Medium

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Chef: Updates From The Chef blog

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Docker: Useful Tips

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Docker: Useful Tips - Part 2

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Good To Know About OpenStack

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Jenkins On GitHub

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The Latest News From Habitat

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OpenStack: Tips And tricks

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Kubernetes On GitLab And Medium

Using Kubernetes for Deployments - via @codeshipReading Time: 3 minutes Let's learn how to set up continuous deployment to Kubernetes for your Docker apps.

Stay Informed With The Latest News From Kubernetes

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Take Advantage Of AWS

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The Latest News From AWS

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Use Jenkins And Save A Lot Of Time

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What Is ChatOps? Useful Tips

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Automate Your Infrastructure With Chef

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Automation With Jenkins

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Infos From Amazon Web Services

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Jenkins: The Latest News

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What's Going On In The World Of AWS?

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Use ChatOps To Automate Your Tasks

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Build, Ship And Run Applications With Docker

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Kubernetes On GitHub And Useful Tips

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Use Chef To Automate Your IT Tnfrastructure In No Time

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Docker: Tips And Tricks

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