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== WTF ==
 
== WTF ==
  
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[http://www.slideshare.net/mpasternacki/devops-lightning-talk DevOps — slides from introductory lightning talk at Metaday #36]
 
[http://www.slideshare.net/mpasternacki/devops-lightning-talk DevOps — slides from introductory lightning talk at Metaday #36]
  
There is a <b>[http://lists.metalab.at/mailman/listinfo/devops mailing list]</b> for announcements and discussions.
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There is a <b>[http://lists.metalab.at/mailman/listinfo/devops mailing list]</b> for announcements and discussions, and an experimental  [http://www.meetup.com/Vienna-Devops-Meetup/ meetup.com page].
  
 
== Next meetup ==
 
== Next meetup ==
  
Tue., '''2011-06-19, 19:00''', [[Lage|Metalab]] Main Room
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Tue., '''2013-03-18, 19:00''', [[Lage|Metalab]] Library
  
 
=== Agenda ===
 
=== Agenda ===
  
TBA
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* Chef for Puppeteers - [[User:Japhy|japhy]]
 
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* DevopsDays London Recap - [[User:Japhy|japhy]]
=== Who's coming? ===
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# [[User:Japhy|japhy]]
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# …you?
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== Presentation/topic propositions for future ==
 
== Presentation/topic propositions for future ==
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# A comparative analysis of Linux HA Solutions by Bernhard Miklautz
 
# A comparative analysis of Linux HA Solutions by Bernhard Miklautz
# Tier1 hardware - what is it good for after all? (Comparing the workhorse products from HP, IBM and Dell) - Michael Renner
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# Monitoring with [https://www.icinga.org/ Icinga] (or other Stuff That Is Not Nagios)
# Agile Methods and DevOps - Scrum Teams and Operations (Tony)
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# …
 
# …
  
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A list of all users for quick reference
 
A list of all users for quick reference
  
* [[User:japhy|Maciej Pasternacki AKA japhy]] <maciej@pasternacki.net>
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* [[User:japhy|Maciej Pasternacki AKA japhy]] - [https://twitter.com/mpasternacki @mpasternacki] - <maciej@pasternacki.net>
* [[User:Robe|Michael Renner]] <michael.renner@amd.co.at> - More info (blog et al) on my userpage
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* [[User:Robe|Michael Renner]] - [https://twitter.com/terrorobe @terrorobe] - <michael.renner@amd.co.at>
* [[User:cyberkov|Hannes Nagl]] <admin@cyberkov.at>
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* [[User:cyberkov|Hannes Schaller]] - [https://twitter.com/cyberkov @cyberkov] - <admin@cyberkov.at>
* [[User:sts|Stefan Schlesinger]] <sts@ono.at>
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* [[User:sts|Stefan Schlesinger]] - [https://twitter.com/stsonoat @stsonoat] - <sts@ono.at>
 
* [[User:musha68k|Oskar M. Grande]] <musha68kBRACKETAPEgmailPUNKTcom>
 
* [[User:musha68k|Oskar M. Grande]] <musha68kBRACKETAPEgmailPUNKTcom>
 
* [[User:b2c|David Gabriel]] <b2c AT dest-unreachable net>
 
* [[User:b2c|David Gabriel]] <b2c AT dest-unreachable net>
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* [[User:space|Tobias Dostal]] <tobias@dostal.co.at>
 
* [[User:space|Tobias Dostal]] <tobias@dostal.co.at>
 
* [[User:lfittl|Lukas Fittl]] <l.fittl@efficientcloud.com>
 
* [[User:lfittl|Lukas Fittl]] <l.fittl@efficientcloud.com>
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* [[User:didi|Dietmar Hofer]] <d.hofer@bikecityguide.org>
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* [[User:azet|Aaron Zauner]] - [https://twitter.com/a_z_e_t @a_z_e_t] - <azet at azet.org>
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* [[User:dnsmichi|Michael Friedrich]] - [https://twitter.com/dnsmichi @dnsmichi] - <michael.friedrich at gmail.com>
  
 
* ... you? :>
 
* ... you? :>
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* http://www.jedi.be/blog/2010/02/12/what-is-this-devops-thing-anyway/
 
* http://www.jedi.be/blog/2010/02/12/what-is-this-devops-thing-anyway/
 
* http://dev2ops.org/blog/2010/2/22/what-is-devops.html
 
* http://dev2ops.org/blog/2010/2/22/what-is-devops.html
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* http://www.facebook.com/notes/facebook-engineering/making-facebook-self-healing/10150275248698920
  
 
=== Tools ===
 
=== Tools ===
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** [http://augeas.net/ Augeas], a parsing config file editor
 
** [http://augeas.net/ Augeas], a parsing config file editor
 
** [http://www.open-itcockpit.com/ IT Cockpit], a user-friendly UI for configuring Nagios
 
** [http://www.open-itcockpit.com/ IT Cockpit], a user-friendly UI for configuring Nagios
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** [http://www.fail2ban.org fail2ban], banning malicious hosts based on log-file entries
  
 
== History ==
 
== History ==
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=== 2012-09-18 ===
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* A bit about Foreman
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* A bit about Postgres 9.2
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=== 2012-08-28 ===
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* Odin Authenticator - a cookie-based single sign-on system for Apache - [[User:japhy|japhy]]
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* A short potpourri of tools which proved useful when working in a large & rather homogenous infrastructure. Will include war-stories. pssh, graylog2, puppet & facter, lldpd, pt-query-diag, etc. - [[User:Robe|Robe]]
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=== 2012-07-17 ===
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* From OpenVZ to LXC - Michael Renner and Stefan Schlesinger
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=== 2012-06-19 ===
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* Aaron Zauner is going to talk about fail2ban abuse automation (see: http://pastebin.com/PvBWAhSM)
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* Maciej Pasternacki has some notes about how other industries ensure reliable operations (slides, notes and links: https://lists.metalab.at/pipermail/devops/2012-June/000123.html)
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* Michael Friedrich will talk about the Icinga past, present and future (notes and links: https://lists.metalab.at/pipermail/devops/2012-June/000122.html)
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=== 2012-05-29 ===
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* Continuous Integration Packaging with FPM -- [[User:japhy|japhy]]
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** Code snippets with comments for the build system: https://gist.github.com/2823575
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** Vagrant, a convenient command-line tool for running VirtualBox virtual machines (VMs): http://vagrantup.com/
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** FPM (Effing Package Management), the main actor: https://github.com/jordansissel/fpm/
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** Buildbot, the continuous integration server: http://trac.buildbot.net/ (alternative for open source, Travis CI: http://travis-ci.org/)
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** Articles about setting up Buildbot by Jacob Kaplan-Moss, creator of Django:
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*** Part 1, http://jacobian.org/writing/buildbot/ci-is-hard/
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*** Part 2, http://jacobian.org/writing/buildbot/configuration-and-architecture/
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** Runit, a sane reimplementation of Dan J. Bernstein's daemontools under BSD-like license. A tool for managing long-running services (I'd say "daemons", but they don't daemonize – they are managed by runit when running in the foreground): http://smarden.org/runit/
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** LXC - Linux Containers, a lightweight userspace virtualization for Linux (may be used for real clean builds or for testing the packages): http://lxc.sourceforge.net/
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** The Debian Policy Manual: http://www.debian.org/doc/debian-policy/index.html#contents
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FPM is a command-line tool that converts between different package formats (from: local directory, ruby gem, php pear, python module, node.js npm package, deb, rpm; to: local directory, deb, rpm, solaris, tar). The "local directory" pseudo-format allows for easy creation of quick-and-dirty packages that Just Work, short-circuiting all the layers from the Debian Policy Manual all the way up to dh_make with one quick script call. FPM doesn't care about actually building your stuff (as in: unpacking, configuring, compiling, etc). It just takes directory you put it into, and turns it into a package. To prepare the compiled files and put them in the right place first is your job. So is specifying the dependencies - there are no automatic dependencies on dynamically linked libraries.
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Workflow for the continuous integration using bits & pieces from the gist:
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** On developer's workstation, "vagrant up" command brings up new VirtualBox VM with clean Debian and sets up a clone of the "packages" repository with a local branch
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** "vagrant ssh" to the VM, go to the packages repo, prepare or modify new package, test it
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** "git push" from the VM to the "develop" branch on the host server
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** "git pull . develop" on the host server's master branch to merge
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** "git push" to central git repo
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** buildbot (continuous integration server) picks up the commit
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** buildbot builds changed package and adds it to the apt repo
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** new package is available to clients via apt-get within minutes from the push.
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=== 2012-02-21 ===
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* [http://solarce.org/2012/02/12/why-monitoring-sucks-or-the-future-is-a-toolbox/ #monitoringsucks]
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=== 2011-12-14 ===
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* ?
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=== 2011-11-22 ===
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# Velocity EU recap by [[User:robe|Michael]]
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=== 2011-10-24 ===
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# Tier1 Hardware (Dell, HP, IBM) show & tell [[User:robe|Michael]]
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#* We're going to look at a Dell R200, HP DL380G5 as well as a IBM x3650 M3 and see how they fare in regards of hardware maintenance, configuration, out of band management and general pain points.
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# What hardware should I get anyways? General thoughts on performance evaluation, capacity planning, daily operations and other pitfalls.
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=== 2011-09-27 ===
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# git-flow, a successful branching model – [[User:Japhy|japhy]]
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# Bullshit Bingo: Cloud strategies (how to make cloud work for you) - [[User:Japhy|japhy]]
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# Monitoring systems, capacity planning, trending, etc. discussion
  
 
=== 2011-06-14 ===
 
=== 2011-06-14 ===
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* Achieving Fully Automated Provisioning (whitepaper review and discussion, [[User:Japhy|japhy]], sauce: http://blog.controltier.com/2009/04/new-whitepaper-achieving-fully.html and http://dev2ops.org/blog/2009/11/2/6-months-in-fully-automated-provisioning-revisited.html)
 
* Achieving Fully Automated Provisioning (whitepaper review and discussion, [[User:Japhy|japhy]], sauce: http://blog.controltier.com/2009/04/new-whitepaper-achieving-fully.html and http://dev2ops.org/blog/2009/11/2/6-months-in-fully-automated-provisioning-revisited.html)
  
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Devops Meetup
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Status:

active

Thema:

closing the gap between software development and operations

Gestartet:

2010

Organisator:

Michael Renner japhy Hannes Schaller

Email:

devops@lists.metalab.at

Treffen:

http://lists.metalab.at/mailman/listinfo/devops

Zuletzt aktualisiert:

26.02.2013

WTF

A regular meetup of people interested in DevOps.

DevOps is kind of a new sysadmin buzzword for ways to close the gap between software development and operations; it's what happens when agile development spreads to the server room. We meet to discuss culture, processes, tools and trends that contribute to this field.

DevOps — slides from introductory lightning talk at Metaday #36

There is a mailing list for announcements and discussions, and an experimental meetup.com page.

Next meetup

Tue., 2013-03-18, 19:00, Metalab Library

Agenda

  • Chef for Puppeteers - japhy
  • DevopsDays London Recap - japhy

Presentation/topic propositions for future

If you have something to present, discuss, show, or ask around about, but don't want to commit to a date yet – here's the place to do it. If you want to hear about something specific, add it here too - maybe there's someone here who can tell about it.

  1. A comparative analysis of Linux HA Solutions by Bernhard Miklautz
  2. Monitoring with Icinga (or other Stuff That Is Not Nagios)

People

A list of all users for quick reference

  • ... you? :>

Links

Tools

  • Automated installation & configuration
    • Opscode Chef Ruby-based automated system configuration
    • Puppet Another Ruby-based automated system configuration
    • Fai Fully Automated Installer
    • Cobbler Rapid deployment system, script/pluggable infrastructure, python-based
    • The Foreman Provisioning and external Node classification for Puppet
  • Cloud
  • Deployment and control
    • Capistrano Remote multi-server automation tool (deployment)
    • MCollective Framework to build server orchestration or parallel job execution systems
    • Vertebra [1] Another job execution system, XMPP-based
    • ControlTier cross-platform build and deployment automation framework (job automation / infrastructure orchestration)
  • Continuous Integration & Testing
    • Hudson Continuous Integration server
    • Buildbot Another Continuous Integration server
    • Selenium Web application testing system
    • Cucumber Behaviour Driven Development testing tool
  • Documenting infrastructure
    • OCS-ng Inventory system + GLPI Asset Management
    • Ohai Detecting information (facts) about system
    • Facter Detecting information (facts) about system
    • puppet + facter + puppet-dashboard
    • SICE Kit A set of tools and templates designed for MediaWiki to aid people who maintain systems and infrastructure
  • Interpreter "sandboxes"
  • Misc
    • Grml Debian-based live CD
    • Mongrel2, a language-agnostic Web server
    • Augeas, a parsing config file editor
    • IT Cockpit, a user-friendly UI for configuring Nagios
    • fail2ban, banning malicious hosts based on log-file entries

History

2012-09-18

  • A bit about Foreman
  • A bit about Postgres 9.2

2012-08-28

  • Odin Authenticator - a cookie-based single sign-on system for Apache - japhy
  • A short potpourri of tools which proved useful when working in a large & rather homogenous infrastructure. Will include war-stories. pssh, graylog2, puppet & facter, lldpd, pt-query-diag, etc. - Robe

2012-07-17

  • From OpenVZ to LXC - Michael Renner and Stefan Schlesinger

2012-06-19

2012-05-29

  • Continuous Integration Packaging with FPM -- japhy

FPM is a command-line tool that converts between different package formats (from: local directory, ruby gem, php pear, python module, node.js npm package, deb, rpm; to: local directory, deb, rpm, solaris, tar). The "local directory" pseudo-format allows for easy creation of quick-and-dirty packages that Just Work, short-circuiting all the layers from the Debian Policy Manual all the way up to dh_make with one quick script call. FPM doesn't care about actually building your stuff (as in: unpacking, configuring, compiling, etc). It just takes directory you put it into, and turns it into a package. To prepare the compiled files and put them in the right place first is your job. So is specifying the dependencies - there are no automatic dependencies on dynamically linked libraries.

Workflow for the continuous integration using bits & pieces from the gist:

    • On developer's workstation, "vagrant up" command brings up new VirtualBox VM with clean Debian and sets up a clone of the "packages" repository with a local branch
    • "vagrant ssh" to the VM, go to the packages repo, prepare or modify new package, test it
    • "git push" from the VM to the "develop" branch on the host server
    • "git pull . develop" on the host server's master branch to merge
    • "git push" to central git repo
    • buildbot (continuous integration server) picks up the commit
    • buildbot builds changed package and adds it to the apt repo
    • new package is available to clients via apt-get within minutes from the push.

2012-02-21

2011-12-14

  •  ?

2011-11-22

  1. Velocity EU recap by Michael

2011-10-24

  1. Tier1 Hardware (Dell, HP, IBM) show & tell Michael
    • We're going to look at a Dell R200, HP DL380G5 as well as a IBM x3650 M3 and see how they fare in regards of hardware maintenance, configuration, out of band management and general pain points.
  2. What hardware should I get anyways? General thoughts on performance evaluation, capacity planning, daily operations and other pitfalls.

2011-09-27

  1. git-flow, a successful branching model – japhy
  2. Bullshit Bingo: Cloud strategies (how to make cloud work for you) - japhy
  3. Monitoring systems, capacity planning, trending, etc. discussion

2011-06-14

  1. NexentaCore 3 ZFS Presentation & Workshop - David Gabriel

clickme: Presentation

2011-05-17

  1. What's new in Perl 5.14? (Daxim)
  2. Opscode-hosted Chef stuff demo: cookbook repository, platform, … (japhy)

2011-04-19

  1. Kanban in operations by Tony (Datei:Kanban and Devops.pdf)
  2. 5 Years Metalab discussion

2011-03-15

  1. Cloud - is it good for anything? (japhy) slides

2011-02-15

  1. Time management - basic ideas – japhy (based on the Time Management for System Administrators book)
  2. The Foreman - cyberkov, Provisioning and external Node classification for Puppet (Presentation from FOSDEM)

2011-01-11

  1. Mongrel2 introduction by Lukas Fittl
  2. Grml fly-by by Christian Hofstädtler (slides)
  3. Plat_forms - The web development platform comparison

2010-12-14

  • A 10 minute PostgreSQL crash course including Q&A for operations-relevant Stuff - Michael
  • A hopefully short and functional live presentation of my company's infrastructure User:b2c
    • Overview: puppet+dashboard, vmware, storage
    • live server deployment
    • automated tests
  • Free talk, show&tell, …

2010-11-23 Bootstrap meeting