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Checkly | Active Monitoring for Dev & Ops Teams
A better way to monitor your API's and site click flows
Seamlessly monitor the performance and correctness of your API endpoints and vital site transactions from a single dashboard.
monitoring  testing  devops  sre 
august 2018 by benregn
Trunk Based Development
A source-control branching model, where developers collaborate on code in a single branch called ‘trunk’ *, resist any pressure to create other long-lived development branches by employing documented techniques. They therefore avoid merge hell, do not break the build, and live happily ever after.
development  devops  ci  cd  programming  git 
july 2018 by benregn
Containers Will Not Fix Your Broken Culture (and Other Hard Truths) - ACM Queue
We focus so often on technical anti-patterns, neglecting similar problems inside our social structures. Spoiler alert: the solutions to many difficulties that seem technical can be found by examining our interactions with others.
from-pocket  itfttt  de  devops  monitoring 
february 2018 by benregn
Continuous Deployment is a niche practice; Continuous Delivery is more fundamental. | Matthew Skelton
Summary: many people confuse continuous deployment (pushing changes to live systems many times per day) with Continuous Delivery (reliable software releases through build, test, and deployment automation). Here is why I think that Continuous Delivery is the more fundamental practice.
from-pocket  itfttt  devops 
january 2018 by benregn
Introducing Kale - Code as Craft
The Kale stack, which is our attempt to fix both of these problems. It consists of two parts: Skyline and Oculus. We first use Skyline to detect anomalous metrics. Then, we search for that metric in Oculus, to see if any other metrics look similar. At that point, we can make an informed diagnosis and hopefully fix the problem.
monitoring  devops 
june 2016 by benregn
Prometheus: Monitoring at SoundCloud
Prometheus is written in Go and has been open source from the beginning. Despite being intentionally quiet about it, we gained a few committed external users and contributors, most notably from Docker and Boxever. Since then, Prometheus has become the standard monitoring solution at SoundCloud. With the level of maturity reached, we would like to tell you more about it.
monitoring  devops  opensource 
june 2016 by benregn
Concourse: CI that scales with your project
Concourse is a CI system composed of simple tools and ideas. It can express entire pipelines, integrating with arbitrary resources, or it can be used to execute one-off tasks, either locally or in another CI system.
devops  ci  continuous-integration  testing  deployment 
march 2016 by benregn
list of software (SaaS, PaaS, IaaS, etc.) and other offerings that have free tiers for developers
webdev  free  tools  development  analytics  deployment  devops 
april 2015 by benregn
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