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Date: June 19, 2015
By: Aaron Delp and Brian Gracely
Aaron and Brian talk to Chip Childers (@chipchilders, VP of Technology @CloudFoundryOrg) about the current status of Cloud Foundry projects, how Microsoft .NET will be integrated, IaaS vs. PaaS, and the CF.org thinking about overall interoperability.
CoreOS Linux is the
operating system for “Super Massive Deployments”. We wanted to see how
easily we can get CoreOS logs into Elasticsearch / ELK-powered centralized logging service. Here’s how to get your CoreOS logs into ELK in about 5 minutes, give or take. If you’re familiar with CoreOS and Logsene, you can grab CoreOS/Logsene config files from Github.
When creating a camel route using http, the destination might require a ssl connection with a self signed certificate.Therefore on our http client we should register a TrustManager that suports the certificate.In our case we will use the https4 component of Apache CamelTherefore we should configure the routes and add them to the camel context
I have just recorded a 5 minute video that demonstrates running an out
of stock example from Apache Camel release, the camel-example-servlet
packaged as a docker container and running on a kubernetes platform,
such as openshift 3.
I have just recorded a 5 minute video that demonstrates running an out of stock example...
You are working on a big project, developing rules, events and processes at your enterprise for mission critical business needs.Part of the requirements state that a certain business unit will be providing their data model for you to leverage.This data model will not be designed in the JBoss BPM Suite Data Modeler but you need to have access to it while working on your rules, events and processes...
The growth of Azure has been outstanding--more than 90,000 new subscriptions
every month. And the innovation is exponential with over 500 new
features and services being added to the platform in the last 12 months.
We're very excited to be part of this growth. As we announced
yesterday, you can now access Stackato through Azure.
Continuing on from my blog post about scraping Neo4j’s release dates I thought it’d be even more interesting to chart the release dates of some github projects.
In theory the release dates should be accessible through the github
API but the few that I looked at weren’t returning any data so I scraped
the data together.
We’ll be using rvest again and I first wrote the following...
Written by Jim Doherty
Oracle was in the news recently with the story of its license revenue declining as much as 17% in the recent quarter. This is blamed on transitioning to the cloud in some publications, but others, such as Bloomberg and TechRepublic, look deeper, seeing open source software responsible for the bulk of it. ...
Written by Norberto LeiteIn the first part of this blog series,
we covered the basic mechanics of our application and undertook some
data modeling. In this second part, we will create tests that validate
the behavior of our application and then describe how to set-up and run
Write the tests first
Let’s begin by defining some small configuration libraries.
Github stores its pull-request and code review data in MySql. I’d much prefer a git reperentation for both (JSON, commits, audit trail, etc). Kinda the way Github Wiki pages are stored. That’s an aside though, this article is about storing code-review comments long term. The problem I’m trying to solve is one of deletion of users thich causes their pull requenst commentary to also get...
The vast majority of books I purchase are for my own enjoyment, but not all of them. There are a few books that I buy over and over, and drop on the desks of friends and colleagues. These books, all technical, are books that I think most programmers will benefit from reading. I call these books "Drop Books"; I drop them and never expect them to be returned. My main motivation for dropping...
Haskell advocates are fond of saying that a Haskell function cannot launch missiles without you knowing it. Pure functions have no side effects, so they can only do what they purport to do. In a language that does not enforce functional purity, calling a function could have arbitrary side effects, including launching missiles. But this cannot happen in Haskell.
The difference between pure...
From time to time I’ve been heard to say: “Agile is Punk.” But I’ve never explained myself.
I’ve also been heard to say things life “Agile is about democratising the workplace” but I’ve never explain myself there either.
Let me try…
What I mean when I say this is: Agile (software development) has a lot in common with Punk rock.
This afternoon I got a review copy of the book Creating Symmetry: The Artful Mathematics of Wallpaper Patterns. Here’s a striking curves from near the beginning of the book, one that the author calls the “mystery curve.”
This afternoon I got a review copy of the book Creating Symmetry: The Artful Mathematics of...
Written by Jim Magers for LeadingAgile.
Don’t short-change the value that good sprint planning affords. Yes, it takes time. Yes, it can seem tedious. Yes, the team is anxious to get started. But good sprint planning pays dividends. Remember that it is about finishing work, and not about starting work.
It’s fairly well established that nature can play a big part in our wellbeing and productivity. Indeed, I wrote about a study last year that revealed how a short walk through a park type environment can give our productivity and happiness a considerable boost.
It’s fairly well established that nature can play a big part in...
Here is the third post in a six part series focusing on DevOps Days Austin. Following Cote’s presentation, next in the line up of speakers on day one was Paul Read of Release Engineering Approaches.
Here is the third post in a six part series focusing on DevOps Days Austin. Following Cote’s presentation, next in...
"Here is the specification; how much will it cost to create this software?" I hear this almost every day from clients of Teamed.io and prospects that are planning to become our clients and outsource the software development to us. My best answer is "I don't know; it depends." Sounds like a strange response for someone who claims he knows what he is doing, isn't it? "Here is the 20-page...
Written by Norberto LeiteIntroduction
In this 2-part blog series, you will learn how to use MongoDB,
Mongoose Object Data Mapping (ODM) with Express.js and Node.js. These
gains in the software and productivity gains for developers.
In this 2-part blog series,...
Written by Craig Wentworth.To understand the furor that’s greeted recent vendor announcements
around open source analytics computing engine Spark, and some commentary
seemingly setting up a Spark versus Hadoop battle, it’s worth taking a moment to recap on what each actually is (and is not).
There's been a lot of furor...