From Silos to Services: Cloud Computing for the Enterprise:

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August 13, 2016  12:01 PM

Slack, GitHub and Container Registries – The New IT UIs

Brian Gracely Brian Gracely Profile: Brian Gracely
Ansible, API, Bots, Chef, CLI, Datadog, DevOps, Github, IT, Jenkins., Operations, plugins, Puppet, Slack, UI

initial-config-dialogYears ago, in the dusty old days of IT, when we used to rack and stack our own equipment, there were some...

April 10, 2016  7:19 PM

Is an iPhone like DevOps in your pocket?

Brian Gracely Brian Gracely Profile: Brian Gracely
Automation, Chef, DevOps, Mobile, mobile apps, Netflix, Parse, Puppet, Uber

Screen Shot 2016-04-10 at 10.26.00 AMDevOps is a difficult concept to explain to people. It's part...


January 24, 2015  11:32 AM

Of DevOps and Craft Beers

Brian Gracely Brian Gracely Profile: Brian Gracely
DevOps, Docker, Puppet

Lots of people are trying to figure out DevOps these days. Where should I get started? What tools do I use? What processes within our business have to change? What language do those "developer" people speak?


December 28, 2014  5:48 PM

DevOps Skills 101

Brian Gracely Brian Gracely Profile: Brian Gracely
AWS, DevOps, Docker, IOS, OpenStack, Puppet

In the past, I’ve written that it’s never been easier to learn about Cloud Computing and develop the skills needed for success. In parallel to learning about the underlying...


November 17, 2014  7:44 PM

Thoughts on the AWS re:Invent Announcements

Brian Gracely Brian Gracely Profile: Brian Gracely
Aurora, AWS, Docker, MySQL, OpenShift, Oracle, PaaS, Pivotal, Puppet, RightScale, VMware

Last week at AWS re:invent, the AWS team introduced a huge number of new products/services. A few of them are available now, but many are still in beta or won't be available until 2015. Here are my notes from reviewing the services. AWS Growth: AWS continues to grow, but it...


July 19, 2014  1:02 PM

What happens to popular Open Source projects?

Brian Gracely Brian Gracely Profile: Brian Gracely
Citrix, CloudStack, Facebook, Google, IBM, OpenStack, Oracle, Puppet, RedHat, SaaS

Over the past couple years, I've been spending more and more time digging into various open-source projects that are gaining visibility, and sometimes traction, within the Enterprise. Projects like Hadoop, OpenStack, CloudStack, Docker, Cloud Foundry, Git as well as several others. I tend to look...


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