Category: DevOps

Aug 29

Presentations on DevOps

Presentations about DevOps  40:57 MobileIoT for Big Machinesby Jayant Thomas Posted on Aug 19, 2017 37:57 DevOpsServerless Security and Things That Go Bump in the Nightby Erik Peterson Posted on Aug 16, 2017 45:30 JavaFearless AWS Lambdasby John Chapin Posted on Aug 15, 2017 30:44 DevOpsDistributed Scheduler Hellby Matthew Campbell Posted on Aug 12, 2017 33:00 DevOpsManaging Thousands of Data Services @Herokuby Gabriel Enslein Posted on …

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Aug 29

DevOps News at InfoQ

News about DevOps  DevOpsChoose Your Own Adventure: Chaos Engineering at QCon New York 2017by Pierre-Luc Maheu Posted on Aug 22, 2017   DevOpsContainers to Overtake VMs in Application Platform Space, Says SDxCentral Surveyby Hrishikesh Barua Posted on Aug 21, 2017 2 Architecture & DesignDistributed Schedulers with Microservice Architecturesby Andrew Morgan Posted on Aug 19, 2017   DevOpsDocker Enterprise Edition 17.06 Released with Support …

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Aug 29

DevOps on InfoQ

Articles about DevOps  JavaCost Reduction Strategies on Java Cloud Hosting Servicesby Ruslan Synytsky Posted on Aug 29, 2017 JavaAutomated Journey Testing with Cascadeby Robin de Villiers Posted on Aug 15, 2017 DevelopmentKey Takeaway Points and Lessons Learned from QCon New York 2017by Abel Avram Posted on Aug 08, 2017 DevOpsDevOps Enterprise Adoption at CSG International with Erica Morrisonby Manuel Pais Posted on Jul 31, …

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Aug 29

Install Apache Tomcat 9 on MacOs

Download the .tar.gz binary under the section core from: http://tomcat.apache.org/download-90.cgi And the commands that I executed (I know , you are smart, so not explaining) java -version echo $JAVA_HOME cd ~/Downloads/ tar xvf apache-tomcat-9.0.0.M26.tar.gz mv apache-tomcat-9.0.0.M26 tomcat9 cd tomcat9/ cd bin/ sh startup.sh [will start Tomact, go to http://localhost:8080 on your browser] sudo mkdir -p …

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Aug 26

BiGDump

If you are having issues to import large SQL files, one possible solution is BiGDump script. However, accessing the server through ssh and using mysql command to import/restore will work as well (and the better solution). I just tried BigDump – it worked pretty well for me. The idea is simple:

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Aug 19

Why and How To: Grunt and Gulp

Why and How To: Grunt and Gulp The following articles will give you a very good overview on Grunt and Gulp. Grunt and Gulp are package managers for front end development. npm (node package managers is another alternative, some prefer to stick to npm than using grunt and gulp). Grunt and gulp also needs npm. …

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Aug 13

Issues and solutions for moving WordPress based applications from one hosting to another

Just moving the Training and Education site http://SitesTree.com to a different hosting i.e. from a reseller hosting to a Cloud Hosting (no, it is not AWS or Azure or Bluemix cloud, just the as usual cloud hosting provided by some regular hosting provider. ) . Just two cents on how this moving (WordPress) can be done.

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