Show Date: Wednesday, October 24
Show Date: Tuesday, 9 October 2012
John and Nathen sat down with Marc Watts, Mark Jennings, and David Lutzy to discuss the DevOps culture and history at Lonely Planet, performance, metrics-driven engineering, and more.
- 0:40 - In the News
- 2:08 - Meetup Groups & Events
- 3:38 - Google+ Chef Hangouts
- 3:55 - Special Offer
- 4:20 - New Cookbooks
- 5:35 - Updated Cookbooks
- 6:35 - Panel Introductions
- 7:53 - What is Lonely Planet?
- 11:00 - History of DevOps at Lonely Planet
- 13:35 - Size and Organization of Lonely Planet
- 17:02 - How Lonely Planet lost it’s way…but found it again.
- 18:16 - Infrastructure of Lonely Planet and moving to the cloud
- 19:50 - Content caching
- 21:55 - Software stack at Lonely Planet
- 25:40 - Does performance matter?
- 30:00 - Enabling developers to implement metrics
- 35:46 - Open Source contributions, including Fozzie
- 38:26 - Self-service metrics
- 43:36 - Using Chef at Lonely Planet
- 49:50 - Picks
- 56:40 - Close
Some updates from DevOps Days Italy
Nathen spent part of this week at Surge Conference and was able to grab a bunch of the presenters for some quick interviews. We also had a chance to sit down with Michael Bevilacqua-Linn earlier in the week to discuss his presentation.
Here’s a list of links to all of the Surge-related episodes:
- Episode 28: Big Data in the Small: Why N Tier Architectures Are an Antipattern
- Update from Surge with Ryan Kennedy from Yammer
- Update from Surge with Andrew Miklas From PagerDuty
- Update from Surge with Alejandro Companioni and Dave Zwieback from Knewton
- Update from Surge with Mike Nolet from AppNexus
- Update from Surge with Matt Grahamn from Etsy
- Episode 29: Interview with Kate Matsudaira
- Wrap-up Surge with Theo Schlossnagle
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