Saturday, December 7, 2013
Friday, December 6, 2013
Jeanette Deupree is right: Continuous delivery isn't a thing. It's a set of practices and processes enabled by a set of tools that in turn enables more frequent software releases, with fewer errors. Getting to continuous delivery is itself a journey, and that's how Deupree describes the process she's directing at IBM Rational.
Deupree describes the key focus areas for her team in its journey to continuous delivery:
Welcome to the weekend!
Before we get started, you might be interested to know that we're in the midst of DevOps December here at Puppet Labs. Nigel Kersten kicked us off, and we've also heard from Alice Nodelman, who talks about the intersection of continuous integration and DevOps. You can keep an eye on all our DevOps December content as it rolls in here.
eSecurityPlanet: Video: Ben Golub, CEO of Docker, explains how Linux container technology presents a very different model for virtual security.
TecMint: This is the fourth release in 6.x branches, CentOS-6.5 is based on the upstream release EL 6.5 comes with bug fixes, new functionalities & updates.
Wazi: Here are tips and tricks to help you do things such as compile your code from within Vim, or save your changes when you've edited a file but later realized that you should have opened it using sudo.