This is an update to my two posts ”Creating Virtual Images with VeeWee“ and „Virtual Machine Automation with Vagrant“. The last time I was creating “my own” Vagrant boxes is quite some time ago and things have changed since then.
It is time to write again! Unbelievable, but time is flying by like crazy. My last published blog-entry is from 28th of March 2013. That is almost a year. Cannot believe it!
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.