I’m looking to start using Test-Kitchen and Berkshelf, and basically trying to get my head round setting up a proper test driven Chef setup.
I found this video from last year to be quite a good introduction to some of the setup –
Found this to be a particularly good episode of The Food Fight show with Jeremy Edberg and Adrian Cockcroft talking about the Netflix tools and architecture:
I was along at this talk last year, and just now found it online – was one of the most informative talks i’ve been to, learned loads from it –
Excellent video specifically for PostgreSQL on AWS, however the principles are pretty universal information for running anything on AWS –
yow, the latest OpenStack release is looking rather slick..
*tumbleweeds rolling through*
sorry, not being finding much video content to post recently – tho heres a couple of half decent ones.
Gene Kim at DevOps Days London on Maximizing Flow -
( I just recently read his Phoenix Projects book which was way more enjoyable than it should have been!)
And a corny but well done April Fools video from John Allspaw at Etsy –
Really enjoying this doc:
Full episode available on the PBS website
All well accepted practices by now, but still a good watch.
Excellent talk from Pat Helland, “Immutability Changes Everything” :
Been working a lot of JVM GC performance problems of late, so this video interview my friend Johan turned me on has some great info –