If you run a successful SaaS platform, at some point someone is going to come to you with the question: can I run it myself? If you’re considering offering a private version of your SaaS, this post might be for you.
With apologies to Warren Ellis
This is a first for me. I’ve never reviewed a book before. There’s an uncomfortable amount of arrogance I feel in doing so but I thought it was important.
I’ve mentioned a few times across various tweets that I’m a big fan of Rundeck. Since a few folks have asked why/how we use it I figured a blog post is better
At we’re currently in the process of reconfiguring our monitoring, logging and alerting setup.
I just realized it’s been almost a year since I wrote a blog post
I can’t believe I have to even write this
I figured it was about time for a followup on my systemd post. I’ve been meaning to do it for a while but time hasn’t allowed.
Over the past several months, I’ve written a lot of blog posts that were critical of various software. If it wasn’t clear from these (sometimes) incoherent ramblings, there was a common thread that bound them all together
I’ve done a lot of tweeting about systemd lately. My internal conscience constantly reminds me of John Allspaw saying that twitter is just pretty much perfect for snarky comments (paraphrase).