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Baseimage-docker: A minimal Ubuntu base image modified for Docker-friendliness
YOUR DOCKER IMAGE MIGHT BE BROKEN without you knowing it

Learn the right way to build your Dockerfile.

Baseimage-docker is a special Docker image that is configured for correct use within Docker containers. It is Ubuntu, plus:

Modifications for Docker-friendliness.
Administration tools that are especially useful in the context of Docker.
Mechanisms for easily running multiple processes, without violating the Docker philosophy.

Also, every single one of the aforementioned problems are taken care of for you.

You can use it as a base for your own Docker images. That means it's available for pulling from the Docker registry!
linux  devops  docker  sysadmin  imagem  base  instalação  server  deploy  reference 
june 2018 by rtopitt
Ruby in Production: Lessons Learned — Medium
Having deployed a variety of Ruby apps (Rails and non-Rails) over the course of many years, here are some lessons I’ve learned to keep things afloat. Tools like Mina and Capistrano already do most of these (more on that further down), but its good to have a first-hand understanding of what needs to happen.
rails  ruby  devops  sysadmin  server  boa_prática  tip  top10  deploy  reference  linux  unix  produção 
march 2015 by rtopitt
Ops School Curriculum — Ops School Curriculum 0.1 documentation
Ops School is a comprehensive program that will help you learn to be an operations engineer. Operations engineers are highly skilled people who manage the computer systems of businesses big and small. In addition to corporate systems, operations engineers also maintain the systems that allow websites, networks, payments systems and other Internet services to function. The field of operations engineering covers a wide variety of topics, from systems administration, to security, networking and beyond. Ops School will guide you through all of these skill sets from beginner to expert.
linux  unix  devops  reference  sysadmin  curso  server 
october 2014 by rtopitt
Bash Booster
Bash Booster is a single file library, which provides various features useful during setup environment and preparing servers. It is inspired by Chef and was developed to be used with Vagrant. When Chef is too heavy, use Bash Booster, because it has been written using Bash only and requires nothing.
bash  sysadmin  devops  provisioning  shell  biblioteca  software_livre  console  inspiração 
september 2014 by rtopitt
Don’t Daemonize your Daemons! | Mike Perham
Modern best practices to create a long-lived daemon process on Unix-based systems.
ruby  devops  programming  melhores_práticas  daemon  how-to  tip  unix  linux 
september 2014 by rtopitt
Fucking Shell Scripts | The easiest, most common sense server configuration management tool
Completely confused by Chef? Blowing your brains out over Ansible? Wanna just use fucking shell scripts to configure a server? Read on! Wraps up the fog gem, so it can be used on any cloud service, including AWS, rackspace, etc. We've intentionally designed this tool to be insanely easy to use.
bash  shell  devops  aws  gem  deploy  software_livre  cloud  server  configuration 
march 2014 by rtopitt
Homepage
Puppet is an amazingly powerful and flexible tool. It’s one that can change your daily work flow for the better once you start using it, but like all open ended tools, it can take a little while to become familiar with. Throughout this site I’ll attempt to answer task driven questions and provide somewhere that I can point people to in the future.
devops  puppet  cookbook  how-to  consulta  reference  server  tip 
june 2013 by rtopitt
rails/rails-dev-box · GitHub
Máquina virtual (via Vagrant) oficial para desenvolvimento do Rails, bom exemplo de uso de puppet
ruby  rails  vagrant  puppet  exemplo  inspiração  máquina_virtual  virtualbox  vm  desenvolvimento  devops 
june 2013 by rtopitt

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