By Phil Wainewright on September 12, 2011
The cloud means that business people have to care more than ever about application development. But not old-style app dev — there’s a new game in town, called DevOps. While I say ‘new’ it’s been around for a couple of years in the cloud computing arena (I was introduced to it a while back by […]
By Michael Coté on March 8, 2011
Rackspace announces a support plan for OpenStack, while Dell, Rackspace, and Opscode announce an OpenStack installer for quick cloud building.
Posted in Featured Posts, Technology / Software | Tagged Chef, Cloud, Cloud Builders, Cloud Computing, Dell, Open source, OpenStack, OpsCode, Private Cloud, Quick Analysis, Rackspace, redmonk, support, Systems Management, The New Thing
By Michael Coté on June 22, 2010
With new cash and a SaaS IT Management offering in beta, Opscode has some interesting stuff going on.
Posted in Featured Posts, Technology / Software | Tagged automation, Citrix Online, Cloud, Collaborative IT Management, configuration management, google, model-driven automation, Open source, OpsCode, Opscode Platform, paglo, Puppet Labs, Quick Analysis, SaaS, software as a service, Systems Management, Windows 7
By Michael Coté on February 8, 2010
There’s starting to be more attention on cloud software development than just operations optimization.
Posted in Technology / Software | Tagged Agile software development, appdev, Cloud, Cloud Computing, Development Tools, enterprise software, onepostaday, OpsCode, Programming, Reductive Labs, Software development