Our DevOps CoPilot program is flexible enough to serve teams of any size, even very small teams of just a few developers. We never force customers to pay for services they don't need, and why our consulting agreements are broken up into small time blocks with no long-term contracts. But here's why it's important for us to encourage a 3-month commitment.
A Summary of Kubernetes, Including Why It's Abbreviated 'k8s'
In the world of Boston DevOps consulting, our mission is (as far as we know) unique. We're here to help your team succeed with automating infrastructure and deploying software. But rather than asking you to outsource core skills, we help you build them in-house by working alongside your team to augment and mentor.
As you probably know if you work with Chef, Chef Client 13 was released a few weeks back. It features a number of enhancements aimed at making automation of your infrastructure more efficient. But it's not backward compatible with Chef Client 12. This post is meant to help you size up the breaking changes and their impact on your Chef code.
If you're managing an IT or software development team, you're probably turning to DevOps as "the answer" to the problem of how to accelerate software delivery. While DevOps is nothing new at this point, practical guidance for managers hasn't yet emerged to the same extent.