#vBrownBag DevOps Follow-Up Setting up network services using Puppet with Rob Nelson (@rnelson0)

Rob Nelson joins the #vBrownBag DevOps series to talk about his PuppetInABox project, a curated collection of forge modules and user repositories. This solution includes everything required to provide puppet, puppetdb, r10k, dns, dhcp, a yum repository, and a build server. The only thing you need to provide is a gateway device and you have Read more about #vBrownBag DevOps Follow-Up Setting up network services using Puppet with Rob Nelson (@rnelson0)[…]

#vBrownBag DevOps Follow-Up Continuous Integration using Jenkins with Mike Marseglia (@mmars)

Mike Marseglia hops on the #vBrownBag DevOps series to kick start your continuous integration journey with an overview and demo of Jenkins. Continuous Integration with Jenkins Video You can find Mike on Twitter @mmars Originally published at http://vbrownbag.comm – Sign up for the live #vBrownBag broadcast at http://vbrownbag.comm/brownbags/ where you can also get updates and Read more about #vBrownBag DevOps Follow-Up Continuous Integration using Jenkins with Mike Marseglia (@mmars)[…]

OpenStack LumberJack – Part 2 Services & Remote Logging

OpenStack Lumberjack – Part 2 OpenStack Services Configuring OpenStack for Remote Logging Logging for OpenStack has come quite a ways. What I’m going to attempt to do over a few posts, is recreate and expand a bit on what was discussed at this last OpenStack Summit with regard to Log Management and Mining in OpenStack. Read more about OpenStack LumberJack – Part 2 Services & Remote Logging[…]

A Bit Deeper With PuppetLabs-Grizzly

Let’s go a bit further down the PuppetLabs-Grizzly rabbit hole. We talked quite extensively about these on the #vBrownBag, but some of them need a bit further explanation here. Background PuppetLabs/Grizzly is a ‘new’ (new is a relative thing on the internets, and depending on when you find this post, it may not be so Read more about A Bit Deeper With PuppetLabs-Grizzly[…]

[Update] Vagrant, Puppet, OpenStack

Recently, Puppet Labs released an “Grizzly” module, based on their work with the Puppet Labs OpenStack module, that takes a more role based approach. That is, it breaks out things like controller, compute, and storage. It also combines them with Hiera in a much more elegant way than before. I covered using Puppet and Hiera Read more about [Update] Vagrant, Puppet, OpenStack[…]

Closing Some Open Tabs – Ruby, etc

Here are these things in case I need to find them again: A link_to helper for Sinatrahttp://ididitmyway.herokuapp.com/past/2010/4/25/sinatra_helpers/ A flash[:something] gem for Sinatrahttps://github.com/SFEley/sinatra-flash OmniAuth for rails / rubyhttp://railsapps.github.io/tutorial-rails-mongoid-omniauth.html Twitter auth in Sinatrahttp://www.sitepoint.com/twitter-authentication-in-sinatra/

Some ngnix things

Playing around with a few ideas for #vBrownBag tech talk voting, I was trying to deploy a ruby app with Puma and Ngnix. Here’s a number of the resources used: http://gerardmcgarry.com/blog/setting-a-virtual-host-nginx http://blog.andolasoft.com/2013/06/how-to-configure-rails-application-with-puma-and-ngnix-on-centos.html https://github.com/DruRly/reddit-in-sinatra http://www.drurly.com/blog/2012/06/30/build-reddit-in-sinatra-2/ http://www.drurly.com/blog/2013/06/09/sinatra-with-puma/ I also tied it in with Vagrant & the Rackspace provider. Depending on how things go, there will be a Read more about Some ngnix things[…]