Dave Farley on the Rationale for Continuous Delivery by Daniel Bryant Posted on Mar 08, 2015
Mirantis Partners with Google to Integrate Kubernetes and OpenStack by Daniel Bryant Posted on Feb 28, 2015
Config Management Camp Panel: Provisioning Cloud Infrastructure as Code by Carlos Sanchez Posted on Feb 12, 2015
HashiCorp Announces Atlas and Receives $10 Million in Funding by Matthias Marschall Posted on Dec 11, 2014
Interview With Luke Kanies on $40 Million Funding of Puppet Labs by Matthias Marschall Posted on Jul 30, 2014
New Gem Creates Test Boilerplate for Chef Cookbooks by Cassiano Leal Posted on Feb 25, 2014
FutureOps with Immutable Infrastructures and Built-in Failure Recovery by Manuel Pais Posted on Dec 31, 2013
InfoQ eMag: DevOps Toolchain for Beginners
This eMag aims at providing an overview of an example set of tools that would constitute a typical toolchain. These are popular tools today, but you should look at them as illustrations of the kind of tasks and workflows you might need to perform in your organization as you move along a DevOps path.
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An Introduction to Chef and to Cookbook Development Flow by João Miranda Posted on Nov 23, 2014
Book Review: Pro Website Development and Operations by Manuel Pais Posted on Sep 29, 2014
Preparing for Continuous Delivery in the Enterprise by Andrew Phillips Posted on Aug 28, 2013
Stephen Nelson-Smith on cloud computing being a tradable commodity
Jun 14, 2013
Stephen Nelson-Smith, CTO of Strategic Blue, explains why cloud computing has become a commodity and the financial and technical advantages as well as risks of trading cloud providers.
Alex Papadimoulis on Delivering Web Scale Systems
May 25, 2013
Alex Papadimoulis shares his thoughts on distribution vs delivery, decoupling infrastructure (pull) from application (push) deployments and keeping delivery systems simple, especially for web scale applications. In particular Alex describes three different types of roll-outs: Live, Rolling and Parallel and their applicability (cloud-based delivery vs in-house servers).