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Latest Blog Entries
Installing Docker on Centos 6
If you haven’t checked out docker yet you definitely should! It hype says it’s going to do to application deployment what intermodal containers did to the cargo transportation industry. That’s a tall order, and we’ll see if it lives up to such a lofty goal. Regardless, it is a technology that could solve a lot [...]
Monitoring and Configuration Management to restart services
This is the text of the talk I gave at the LSPE meetup in November 2011. Using Monitoring & Configuration Management to restart services. View more presentations from gregretkowski Introduction Good Evening. Tonight I’m going to talk about something that I hope will free up your time from firefighting during the day ? and help [...]
Managing your information diet
How many emails do you have waiting for you each morning? 10? 50? 500? Managing your information diet is going to give you amazing gains in getting productivity back, AND improve the response time to the really important messages you get. I believe too much information is worse then not enough information. If your pager [...]