Jenkins seems to be the prevalent CI/CD software these days - but, truthfully, how many of you look at it and think it looks a bit, well, yuk?
In a previous post I mentioned that I would show a high-level design for an infrastructure operating model. This is a model I have followed to build a Linux based infrastructure, long before I even drew it as this diagram.
The greatest piece of engineering man has ever achieved is the humble bicycle. A controversial statement, perhaps. But bear with me…
I recommend Splunk a lot. I’ve been using it since about 2007, in varying degrees of complexity.
Although kickstarting Linux is pretty simple, it can be frustrating if you’re trying to build different versions.