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Closed loops: the secret to collecting configuration management data

In my last post, How NOT to collect configuration management data, I gave a quick rundown of some losing CM data approaches that I and others have attempted in the past. Most of these ...
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Devops: How NOT to collect configuration management data

Hi all, Willie here. This time we’re going to step away from the keyboard and get architectural. But no ivory towers here. In my next two blog posts, I’m going to give you something ...
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Devops has made Release and Deployment Cool

Back 10 years or so when Extreme Programming came out, it began to change the way that programmers thought about testing. XP made software developers accountable for testing their own ...
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GlassFish Response GZIP Compression in Production

A lot has been written about this and this basically should be common knowledge, but talking to different people out there and looking at the efforts Google takes to improve page speed ...
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Getting to know the ‘hosts’ file

We had a lecture on DNS today in class and I thought I’d write something about the built-in domain name mapping file present in all of our computers. This file is a very interesting ...
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How to solve production problems

At my job, I’m finding that a large percentage of the questions that come to my desk are “Hey this thing you did is broken” or “Hey, this thing you worked with is on the fritz.” ...
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Multiple Tomcat Instances on Single Machine

In this post we will see how to run multiple tomcat instances on a single machine and under a single user account. We first see the tomcat directory structure, where each ...
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