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  • Docker: Using Linux Containers to Support Portable Application Deployment

    by Zef Hemel on  Sep 26, 2013 3

    Docker is an open source tool to run applications inside of a Linux container, a kind of light-weight virtual machine. In addition to running, it also offers tools to distribute containerized applications through the Docker index -- or your own hosted Docker registry -- simplifying the process of deploying complex applications.

  • A User’s Story: DubDubDeploy

    by Donte Ormsby on  Oct 11, 2012 1

    When Donte Ormsby came to us, it was just a friendly letter to say that he found a great tool for simplifying website deployment using ASP.NET and thought our reader might find it useful. After talking a bit, we decided the best way to introduce DubDubDeploy to you would be for him to just tell his story.

  • Lessons From A DevOps Journey

    by Craig Smith on  Jun 27, 2012 1

    Matt Callanan has been pushing the boundaries of Agile software development for over six years and most recently he extended that journey to DevOps. He recently shared his experiences in a talk at the Agile Development Practices West conference entitled "Lessons From A DevOps Journey". InfoQ caught up with Matt prior to the conference to find out more about his experiences in DevOps.

Using DNS for REST Web Service Discovery

Posted by Jan Algermissen on  May 03, 2010

Jan Algermissen explains the need for discovery of RESTful services, and explains how the existing Domain Name Service (DNS) standard can be used as a widely-deployed and scalable solution. 18

Where To Now with Build Automation?

Posted by John Smart on  May 15, 2009

This article from Atlassian, discusses four aspects of automated builds and continuous integration: communication flow, effective builds, code quality, and automated deployment. 4

Deploying JRuby applications with Java Web Start

Posted by Mirko Stocker on  Mar 07, 2008

This article explains how to deploy a JRuby application with Java Web Start. From creating the code, signing the JARs, and setting up JRuby properties. As bonus: a look at JRuby 1.1's AOT feature. 3

Enterprise-Ruby Wish List

Posted by Francis Cianfrocca on  Oct 04, 2006

What do enterprise developers need, that they're not getting from their tools today? Based on the answers to that question, we can look at whether Ruby currently has anything valuable to offer. 20

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