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).
Note this post has comments disabled. This is a first for me but if someone wants to ask me anything else, there are multiple personal ways to contact me.