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Ruby makes Rails, Javascript makes Ajax, Dr Nic makes Magic



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Creating new BOSH releases with bosh-gen and bosh-solo

Mon, 20 Aug 2012 15:01:32 +0000

Below is a 45-minute walk-thru tutorial of creating and deploying a BOSH release for a Redis VM. It introduces a brand new tool: bosh-solo. A BOSH release describes a complete running system from the ground up – compiled packages from source, templated configuration files, and monit to start/stop processes. BOSH itself then allows you to [...] Related posts:
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  2. Creating a BOSH from scratch on AWS A lot of devops projects revolve around managing instances/VMs...
  3. Instant new Rails applications with the App Scrolls When I start a new project I want to start...



BOSH: What, How, When

Wed, 16 May 2012 05:38:41 +0000

I’m still very bullish on BOSH. I’ve been experimenting with it internally at work, looking to see how it could duplicate or improve upon our current infrastructure, automation and release management. I’ve also watched the commits that have come out in the last month and I’m excited by the project velocity and direction. A few [...] Related posts:
  1. Creating new BOSH releases with bosh-gen and bosh-solo Below is a 45-minute walk-thru tutorial of creating and deploying...
  2. Creating a BOSH from scratch on AWS A lot of devops projects revolve around managing instances/VMs...



Making CI easier to do than not to with Hudson CI and Vagrant

Mon, 08 Nov 2010 17:36:34 +0000

It irked me a little that I could develop on one stack (OS X, Rubinius, Sqlite3), run continuous integration (CI) on another stack (Ubuntu, Ruby 1.8.7, Postgresql), and deploy into another stack (Gentoo, Ruby 1.9.2, MySQL). I think what irks and worries me is that there are three sets of differences to be aware of. [...]



Coming to America

Tue, 03 Aug 2010 23:44:48 +0000

Have you ever looked at your biological watch and thought, “it looks like it’s time to change the world?” My biological time piece has a full set of inscriptions: go to university, chase girls, get a post-graduate qualification, catch a girl, get a professional job, marry the girl, change into contracting, change into consulting (and [...]



Packaging TextMate bundles in OS X DMGs

Sat, 31 Jul 2010 21:11:22 +0000

Last week Engine Yard released a CLI for their Engine Yard AppCloud. Delights such as: ey deploy ey rebuild ey logs ey ssh They simultaneously released a TextMate bundle to deploy, rebuild, view logs, etc using Ctrl+Alt+Cmd+E. Like all TextMate bundles, you can install it in one of two ways: via git (see the README), [...] Related posts:
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  2. Trialing RedCar instead of TextMate – replacing my aliases I’m interested to trial RedCar in my life, instead of...
  3. Validate and Save your Ruby in TextMate – with secret Rubinus superpowers In some TextMate bundles, if you save a file it...