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Gaia - Build powerful pipelines in any programming language.
Automation platform of the future

Automation processes and requirements have developed rapidly in recent years. Cloud, SaaS, PaaS, AaaS, Kubernetes, Docker, and many more technologies were invented to simplify the complexity and management of huge IT applications. Communication with external APIs and services for CI/CD is simply essential nowadays and hard to do right with simple configuration specs.

Gaia is the next evolution of automation platforms whose goal is to provide full flexibility and performance for today's CI/CD, but basically any automation workflow imaginable.
Enables DevOps

DevOps becomes more and more important and many developers are scared of this word because it usually implies writing endless lines of YAML/JSON configuration files to automate complex automation tasks.

Gaia requires no YAML/JSON or any other configuration spec to write automation workflows. An automation workflow (we named it pipeline) can be written in any programming language and adding it to Gaia usually takes a few seconds. Once a pipeline has been added, Gaia automatically detects changes and rebuilds your pipeline automatically.
Efficient and super fast
Gaia has been from the ground up developed with the goal to be ultra lightweight, efficient, super fast and developer-first. It's core is written in Go and the pipeline communication is based on googles battle-hardened gRPC which uses HTTP/2. The Unix philosophy (simple, modular and composable) is and will always be the base principle for Gaia.
Build by and for operators

Gaia is one self-contained binary which can be started without any configuration. Just download, unarchive and start it. We also provide various docker images ready to pull. You prefer to have all your tools running in Kubernetes? Don't worry, we also provide a helm chart.

Get started now and setup Gaia within seconds, develop your first pipeline in 5-10 minutes.
devops  python  opensource 
4 days ago by pfctdayelise
PagerDuty Incident Response Documentation
This documentation covers parts of the PagerDuty Incident Response process. It is a cut-down version of our internal documentation, used at PagerDuty for any major incidents, and to prepare new employees for on-call responsibilities. It provides information not only on preparing for an incident, but also what to do during and after. It is intended to be used by on-call practitioners and those involved in an operational incident response process (or those wishing to enact a formal incident response process). See the about page for more information on what this documentation is and why it exists.
devops  incidentresponse 
september 2018 by pfctdayelise
Cockpit Project — Cockpit Project
Cockpit is a server manager that makes it easy to administer your GNU/Linux servers via a web browser.

Easy to use

Cockpit makes Linux discoverable, allowing sysadmins to easily perform tasks such as starting containers, storage administration, network configuration, inspecting logs and so on.

No interference

Jumping between the terminal and the web tool is no problem. A service started via Cockpit can be stopped via the terminal. Likewise, if an error occurs in the terminal, it can be seen in the Cockpit journal interface.


You can monitor and administer several servers at the same time. Just add it easily and your server will look after its buddies.
linux  monitoring  devops 
june 2018 by pfctdayelise
Ops School Curriculum — Ops School Curriculum 0.1 documentation
Ops School is a comprehensive program that will help you learn to be an operations engineer. Operations engineers are highly skilled people who manage the computer systems of businesses big and small. In addition to corporate systems, operations engineers also maintain the systems that allow websites, networks, payments systems and other Internet services to function. The field of operations engineering covers a wide variety of topics, from systems administration, to security, networking and beyond. Ops School will guide you through all of these skill sets from beginner to expert.
february 2018 by pfctdayelise

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