Infrastructure as Code with Chef or Puppet

I was invited to speak about Infrastructure as Code at a german bank. Yes, the enterprises are getting interested in serious infrastructure automation. In this talk I lay out the problem and explain the basic underlying concepts and differences of...

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Chef Fundamentals Training Munich

Chef Fundamentals on the road. This time in Munich.

I had a great time again.

Feedback Results:

4,75 „course adressing the topics announced“
5,00 „pre-requisites appropriate“
4,50 „do you believe you will benefit“
4,75 „how did you like the...

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How Automated Cloud Infrastructure Setups can Help with Continuous Delivery

I was invited to talk at the “Open Source Software for Business 2013” (OSS4B) conference (Speaker,Talk). The speaker lineup was fantastic and the keynotes of Gene Kim and Dragos Dumitriu were worth the travel on their own.

Gene Kim, author of the...

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Bare Metal Provisioning with Razor and Chef


This is outdated. Razor has been rewritten from the ground up. See razor-server. If you are still using the depricated implementation go on reading :-)

The Project

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Chef Fundamentals Training Berlin

As a huge fan of Chef from Opscode I reached out to Nathen Harvey and asked if it is possible to do training for Opscode.

I did already use their public training material on several occasions but this time I wanted to do an official training. Several...

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Rackspace OpenStack Alamo

The Rackspace Private Cloud offering is based on OpenStack Essex. According to rackspaceopenstackprivatecloudsdk/ there will be a Folsom release later in Q4 2012

Curry says that before the fourth quarter ends, Rackspace will roll up a Folsom variant...

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