Since we know now why to use Sensu, it is about time to get some real work done. Let’s install Sensu!
After being a software developer for several years, I have decided to join an operations-team to move along the delivery pipeline and get a clear picture of what is going on there.
In my post “Backup Early and Often”, I have blogged about how I have implemented my backup-strategy.
Although, I was generally happy with it, one important part was missing: Off-site backups.
Looking back the last year, I can say, that I am proud launching this blog and writing, more or less, regularly. I was never good at writing and still lack the skills of being a good writer at all. As with every new skill it is about practice, practice, practice and losing the fear of doing mistakes in front of others.
A decision has been made: I am going to write a book!
For some time now I was playing with that idea. Apart from writing a diary for nearly 10 years and writing a blog for one year, I thought it was about time to write a book.
We all know it: It is too late to backup your files after your hard drive crashed, right?
Reliable Software Releases through Build, Test, and Deployment Automation
Although I am reading a lot, this is my very first book review for my blog. Of course, I had to do plenty reviews in school, but I don’t count them, since I had little interest in most of those books. In contrast to the book I have read lately and am reviewing in this post.
In this post, I would like to go back to the very first step of installing CentOS and automate this as well. Luckily there is a tool called VeeWee that serves this purpose and does even more.
Time to celebrate! This blog has now its own domain
rampmeupscotty.com. It was about time, since I did not like its previous domain that comes initially with Heroku, it was
rampmeupscotty.herokuapp.com. Way too long.