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Microservices and elastic resource pools with Amazon EC2 Container Service
interesting approach to working around ECS' shortcomings -- bit specific to Hailo's microservices arch and IPC mechanism though.

aside: I like their version numbering scheme: ISO-8601, YYYYMMDDHHMMSS. keep it simple!
versioning  microservices  hailo  aws  ec2  ecs  docker  containers  scheduling  allocation  deployment  provisioning  qos 
april 2015 by jm
Is Docker ready for production? Feedbacks of a 2 weeks hands on
I have to agree with this assessment -- there are a lot of loose ends still for production use of Docker in a SOA stack environment:
From my point of view, Docker is probably the best thing I’ve seen in ages to automate a build. It allows to pre build and reuse shared dependencies, ensuring they’re up to date and reducing your build time. It avoids you to either pollute your Jenkins environment or boot a costly and slow Virtualbox virtual machine using Vagrant. But I don’t feel like it’s production ready in a complex environment, because it adds too much complexity. And I’m not even sure that’s what it was designed for.
docker  complexity  devops  ops  production  deployment  soa  web-services  provisioning  networking  logging 
october 2014 by jm
Avoiding Chef-Suck with Auto Scaling Groups - forty9ten
Some common problems which arise using Chef with ASGs in EC2, and how these guys avoided it -- they stopped using Chef for service provisioning, and instead baked AMIs when a new version was released. ASGs using pre-baked AMIs definitely works well so this makes good sense IMO.
infrastructure  chef  ops  asg  auto-scaling  ec2  provisioning  deployment 
september 2014 by jm
Dockerize
A tool to manage inter-container dependencies so that continuous delivery with Jenkins and Docker is feasible. Looks very helpful
docker  provisioning  vms  containers  dockerize  jenkins  continuous-delivery  continuous-integration 
october 2013 by jm
Testing Your Automation [slides]
Test-driven infrastructure, using Chef -- slides from Big Ruby 2013. Tools used: foodcritic (lol), Chefspec, minitest-chef-handler, fauxhai, cucumber chef. This is really good to see -- TDD applied to ops. Video at: http://confreaks.com/videos/2309-bigruby2013-testing-your-automation-ttd-for-chef-cookbooks
devops  ops  chef  automation  testing  tdd  infrastructure  provisioning  deployment 
april 2013 by jm
serverspec - unit tests for servers
With serverspec, you can write RSpec tests for checking your servers are provisioned correctly. Serverspec tests your servers' actual state through SSH access, so you don't need to install any agent softwares on your servers and can use any provisioning tools, Puppet, Chef, CFEngine and so on.


(via Dave Doran)
via:dave-doran  puppet  testing  chef  cfengine  unit-testing  ops  provisioning  serverspec  rspec  ruby 
april 2013 by jm
Test-Driven Infrastructure with Chef
Interesting idea.
The book introduces “Infrastructure as Code,” test-driven development, Chef, and cucumber-chef, and then proceeds to a simple example using Chef to provision a shared Linux server. The recipes for the server are developed test-first, demonstrating both the technique and the workflow.
tdd  chef  server  provisioning  build  deploy  linux  coding  ops  sysadmin 
march 2013 by jm

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