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I discovered that each Jenkins server has a page where you can download a Jenkins CLI. What I wanted to do was script the triggering of Jenkins jobs with custom parameters. Why? That’s for another blog post! But I thought it was non-trivial enough to trigger the build of secure Jenkins job with custom parameters
For the same reason I like Puma as my Rails web server, I like using Sidekiq for my background jobs. The reason? They use threads. Puma can handle multiple web requests simultaneously and Sidekiq can handle multiple background jobs simultaneously. This article shows how I add Sidekiq to my Rails app and run its background
When Cloud Foundry was first released in April 2011, it supported both Ruby 1.8 and Ruby 1.9 but it only supported the thin server. This was the same server that was originally only supported by Heroku. Mike Perham wrote a great article on the Puma server last Christmas and it turns out it is really
I am very happy to announce a toolchain for Booting up your own Cloud Foundry installations on AWS and OpenStack. This toolchain involves two projects and requires only a hand-full of commands and you’ll have your very own Cloud Foundry! If you’ve ever wanted to have your own Heroku, you can’t unless you become an
I was having a chat with a few other Cloud Foundry developers and users over lunch and we all felt that there seems to be a lot of activity on the mailing lists recently. Fortunately, Google Groups actually has a graph for that; and it was impressive! Throughout 2012, there was a downward trend in
Perhaps the best way to feel confident using Cloud Foundry is to know how it works. And perhaps the best way to learn how it works is to rebuilt it from the ground up. In the DIY PaaS articles, we will re-build Cloud Foundry from the ground up piece-by-piece. This is article number 2, and
Perhaps the best way to feel confident using Cloud Foundry is to know how it works. And perhaps the best way to learn how it works is to rebuilt it from the ground up. In the DIY PaaS articles, we will re-build Cloud Foundry from the ground up piece-by-piece. This is article number 1, and
Welcome to Stark & Wayne, the new consultancy from Dr Nic Williams for teams and companies using Cloud Foundry to make their lives and their customers lives better. We work with teams and companies who want to become real-world superheroes. If you’ve used Heroku for your pet projects, then we want to bring you Cloud