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Anatomy of a DevOps Orchestration Engine: (II) Architecture

Previously: (I) Workflow

Maestro architecture is basically defined by a master server and multiple agents, written in Java and Ruby (JRuby) for the backend and JavaScript for the frontend using AngularJS, and integrating several open source services. 603 more words


Borja Interview with Lucas Carlson of CenturyLink Labs

You can find the original article here: http://www.centurylinklabs.com/the-future-of-linux-container-hosting/

Below is a full transcript of the interview:

Lucas Carlson: The idea of having Docker containers as your basic foundation instead of virtual machines in the cloud. 4,499 more words


Anatomy of a DevOps Orchestration Engine: (I) Workflow

At MaestroDev we have been building what may be called, for lack of a better name, a DevOps Orchestration Engine, and is long overdue to talk about… 475 more words


I can't drive 5.5!

The traffic just won’t budge. Oh to be anywhere else but here. Sitting on a freakin’ highway with a full bladder and somewhere to pee, I mean BE… 338 more words

Daily Blogs

Why you should care about Kubernetes, Juju, Mesos, etc.

Every day a new orchestration solution is being presented to the world. This post is not about which one is better but about what will happen if you embrace these new technologies. 614 more words

Cloud Computing

Compiler problems with BizTalk correlation sets using global property schemas

Today I wanted to build a simple aggregator orchestration which correlates only on the message type. So I created a correlation set which contained a correlation type with only the BTS.MessageType property and set it as initializing correlation set on the receive shape which activates the orchestration and I used this correlation set as the following one inside the receive shape which runs within a loop to get other messages of this type (until a max value is hit or the time of a delay shape is elapsed). 191 more words


An Enchanted Meeting

It’s been quite a while since I have been able to post anything, but that certainly wasn’t because things weren’t busy!  While I have been incredibly busy starting work on the score for the short film… 63 more words