Yesterday, I gave a talk at Monitorama PDX paralleling “CatOps” (cat operations) and serverless devops (or appops, if you prefer). I might write this out a bit longer eventually, but for now, sharing the slides!
In this tutorial, I’ll set up a Heroku-like environment on DigitalOcean using Dokku, that I used to set up the #talkpay search. Detailed instructions and lots of pictures to follow! What’s Dokku? Dokku is really awesome. It’s “Docker-powered mini-Heroku in around 100 lines of Bash.” If that’s not self explanatory, think of it this way: You like […]
The LibertyJS website is hosted on RedHat’s OpenShift, which is essentially RedHat Heroku. Meaning, it’s really easy to define a language, push to a git remote, and voila! There’s your website. Plus, you know, free (ish). While that’s certainly fantastic, getting pull requests, merging, but then having to do a repetitive process of “git fetch […]
DevOps is quite the field today. You’ve got Vagrant (and recently released Packer), Chef, Puppet, Jenkins, and more buzzing around … and if you’re a developer who didn’t have to provision their own machines from the get-go, chances are a lot of it looks like jibberish (at least, that’s the case for me). Here’s a […]