Tag: DevOps

DevOps and Cloud Migrations – A Perspective from Pythian and AWS DevOps

This post was originally published on the AWS Partner Network (APN) Blog.   It’s no secret that the commoditization of computing resources, and cloud in particular, have removed a significant barrier to entry for organizations seeking platform scalability, elasticity, and rapid…

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Encrypting sensitive data in puppet using hiera-eyaml

Minto Joseph, Site Reliability Consultant at Pythian, explains how to encrypting sensitive data in puppet using hiera-eyaml.

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Deploy Docker containers using AWS Opsworks

Thiago Carvalho, Site Reliability Consultant ay Pythian, details how to deploy Docker containers using AWS Opsworks.

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Pythian Tech Chatter

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At Pythian, the DevOps, Big Data, and Data Science teams use Slack for our IM system. We’re a diverse group drawn to a wide range of technologies so there’s some interesting and valuable chatter about what folks are reading. Here…

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Debugging Kibana using Chrome developer tools

Minto Joseph, Site Reliability Consultant at Pythian, details his experience debugging Kibana using Chrome developer tools.

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Lessons Learned with Kubernetes

Trend Towards Kubernetes Three trends in computing have come together to make container orchestration the next obvious evolution of internet service delivery.  The first is the trend to pack an increasing number of segregated services into larger and larger servers…

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DevOps: Applied Empathy

Aaron Lee assesses the human side of motivations in business and how this impacts the success in programs of change. Find out how DevOps can help.

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My Co-op Experience at Pythian

Unlike most other engineering physics students at Carleton who prefer to remain within the limits of engineering, I had chosen to apply for a software developer co-op position at Pythian in 2014. For those of you who do not know much about the…

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What is Continuous Integration?

Most companies want to deploy features faster, and fix bugs more quickly—at the same time, a stable product that delivers what the users expected is crucial to winning and keeping the trust of those users.  At face value, stability and…

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Managing Files with SaltStack

Before we begin, take a look at my previous two blog posts, SaltStack for Remote Parallel Execution of Commands and Using SaltStack for Configuration Management. We manage files using configurations management much for the same reasons that we manage packages…

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