Monthly Archives: July 2013

Reproducable automated deployments on RaspberryPi with batou

For continuous integration during development, we use Jenkins to automatically run tests for all projects we maintain. Some time ago we wanted to increase visibility of the results, so we set up a Raspberry Pi driving a few meters of … Continue reading

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Reliable file updates with Python

Programs need to update files. Although most programmers know that unexpected things can happen while performing I/O, I often see code that has been written in a surprisingly naïve way. In this article, I would like to share some insights … Continue reading

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#monitoringlove sprint takeaway

A few weeks ago I co-organised and participated in a #monitoringlove sprint in Berlin. My personal plan was to play with more modern utilities that can potentially replace our existing Nagios monitoring chain. The result of what I think would … Continue reading

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