And That’s the Last of CentOS

Today, I’ve turned off our last two CentOS systems, and now we run Red Hat Enterprise Linux 100% (minus the Fedora workstations), because, you know, amateur-hour be gone! Regretfully, they were firewalls, meaning at some point a unicorn somewhere may have felt the network failing over. Twice.

What About The Nulecule?

Somebody mentions to me that “struggles” may be a big word for such a small problem, and that mentioning Nulecule in the same breath may not be fair at all. That person, Joe Brockmeier, is correct, and I hereby pledge to buy him a beer — as I know Joe loves beer — does FOSDEM… Continue reading What About The Nulecule?

The Nulecule Struggles

I’m working on enabling continuous deployment with help of Nulecule, so that I can have my developer’s edges as well as a series of central environments entertain deployment based on the same triggers. For those of you outside the inner circle, Nulecule is supposed to abstract deployment to different cloud orchestration providers, whether vanilla Docker,… Continue reading The Nulecule Struggles