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The Phoenix Project A Book Review For IT and DevOps

Posted by Bunmi Sowande on Jun 6, 2016 7:00:32 AM

(Warning: You’ll never look at the toilet in the same way again)

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The Other (More Important) Bottleneck in IT: IT Failures

Posted by Ken Hoge on May 20, 2016 7:17:49 AM

When I ask customers about bottlenecks, they talk about understanding infrastructure constraints. Your infrastructure is only as fast as your bottleneck – it’s easy to understand. So naturally we are conditioned to find this bottleneck in order to increase throughput at the bottleneck, therefore increasing the throughput of your whole infrastructure system.

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A Brief History of DevOps

Posted by Will Searle on May 19, 2016 7:16:41 AM

Paradigms and ideologies tend to shift very quickly in IT these days and keeping the business agile is considerably one of the most important components of a successful company. The faster a company can adopt, test and release the newest applications, the larger its advantages are in the market. IT Agility is most likely the reason why “DevOps” is such a big buzzword.

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Devs are from Venus, Ops are from Mars, Containers: Amazon Elastic Container Service (ECS) XII of XII

Posted by Steven Haines on May 11, 2016 11:30:23 AM

We have shared an exciting journey across the ECS landscape together.  We've covered a lot a ground in our series as you can see from the articles, so this is where we finish up as we tackle the last steps of our Zero Downtime Deployment on Amazon Elastic Container Services.

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Devs are from Venus, Ops are from Mars, Containers: Amazon Elastic Container Service (ECS) XI

Posted by Steven Haines on Apr 14, 2016 3:12:54 PM

The past few articles have covered a lot of ground: we have reviewed what Docker is and how it works, we saw how Amazon’s EC2 Container Service (ECS) provides a solution for managing a cluster of Docker instances running in the cloud, we walked through the steps to setup an ECS cluster and deploy multiple services across a collection of EC2 instances, we reviewed different strategies for mapping ECS services to Docker containers, and we designed a production ECS application.

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Devs are from Venus, Ops are from Mars, Containers: Amazon Elastic Container Service (ECS) X

Posted by Steven Haines on Mar 26, 2016 8:30:51 AM

The past few articles have covered a lot of ground: we have reviewed what Docker is and how it works, we saw how Amazon’s EC2 Container Service (ECS) provides a solution for managing a cluster of Docker instances running in the cloud, we walked through the steps to setup an ECS cluster and deploy multiple services across a collection of EC2 instances, and we reviewed different strategies for mapping ECS services to Docker containers. This installment provides a more holistic view of ECS by describing how to design a production application in ECS and how to wire together different application microservices into a single solution.

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Devs are from Venus, Ops are from Mars, Containers: Amazon Elastic Container Service (ECS) IX

Posted by Steven Haines on Mar 15, 2016 2:06:20 PM

Welcome back to the next steps in launching our Nginx server on ECS.  We have most of the pieces in place, and our next step is just to finish creating our Nginx environment.

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Devs are from Venus, Ops are from Mars, Containers: Amazon Elastic Container Service (ECS) VIII

Posted by Steven Haines on Feb 25, 2016 3:06:17 PM

The previous article reviewed how to run multiple Docker containers in ECS in the same ECS service by defining multiple containers in the same task definition. This is a good strategy when the Docker containers in question are tightly coupled: if one changes then it is expected that the other will change or if one is deployed then the other is deployed, such as when you want every one of your Tomcat instances to be behind an Nginx web server.

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Devs are from Venus, Ops are from Mars, Containers: Amazon Elastic Container Service (ECS) VII

Posted by Steven Haines on Jan 14, 2016 8:30:11 AM

We have really covered a lot of ground here, and it's time to get on to the next steps on our ECS adventure!  From our last post, we saw that we did a lot of the configuration and setup.  Now we have to get our access configured for all of the ECS services.

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Topics: Containers, DevOps

SDI Summit: Software-Define All the Things!

Posted by Eric Wright on Dec 16, 2015 2:04:06 PM

APIs, abstractions, and everything software-defined, oh my! There is no surprise that there is significant growth in the areas of software-defined infrastructure.

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