Save time writing release notes!Read more about "Automating release notes in Github"
Posts tagged with devops
What’s the worst that could happen?Read more about "Releasing code is not a big deal"
But we are hackers and hackers have black terminals with green font colors ~ John Nunemaker
This is the second in a series of posts on useful bash aliases and shell customisations that developers here at Talis use for their own personal productivity. In this post I describe how I configured my shell to automatically change my terminal theme when I connect to a remote machine in any of our AWS accounts.Read more about "Useful bash scripts: Automatically changing terminal theme when using ssh on macOS"
It turns out that Docker has an internal Domain Name Service (DNS). Did you know? It’s new to me too! I learnt the hard way while using a VPN.Read more about "VPN Conflicts With Docker"
At its core ChatOps means building tools that make it easier to operate your infrastructure via a Bot than via the Terminal … by placing tools directly in the middle of the conversation everyone is pairing all the time ~ Jesse Newland
ChatOps is all about conversation-driven development. The idea, put simply, is that team members interacting with each other in a chat room can issue commands that a bot listens to and is configured to execute. These commands can range from deploying code to retrieving logs to provisioning new services. ChatOps, in a very real sense, helps to integrate people, bots and tools together in an automated and transparent way.Read more about "Centralising Operations with ChatOps"
When working with Puppet, you’ll eventually arrive at a problem: How do you develop, deploy and test changes to your Puppet configuration without pushing those changes to production until you know they are ready.Read more about "Puppet development workflow with Git"
Read more about "Distributing the Build Token with Hubot"