…still possible to change the bookshelf vip to something like "https://s3.amazonaws.com" if S3 is being used as the backend cookbook store.
This fixes the following issues:
CHEF-3853 checksum generated by POST /sandboxes do not respect configured load balancer port
Build Erchef url off configured values for listen + port.
The default attribute value for node['chef_server']['erchef']['url'] is out of date the instant a user configures …
Two Trillion Objects, 1.1 Million Requests / Second : S3; 1.4TB/s : supercomputer has world's fastest storage; four billion hours : streaming in last 3 months; $1.2B : Google's infrastructure spend
Google : We'll track EVERY task on EVERY data center server
Stacey Higginbotham : All in all in the last five years the world has gained 54 Tbps of new …
…quickly found that the issues happened during the backups but also, during the push of the backups to S3. Why? The push to S3 was especially puzzling since MySQL was not involved. The server was running with nearly 7GB of free memory but the push to S3 involves a split operation to create files of 5GB since the backup size is about 28GB and the file upload size limit is 5GB. So, about 28GB was written to disk in a short while. Here's the vmstat output during the split process, the cron …
I version our boxes with like easybib-something-10.04.4_vbox-4.1.8_0.1.box and upload them to an S3 bucket. The first number is the Ubuntu release and the second is the version of the VirtualBox guest additions. Simple. The third version is our internal iteration — typically a base box isn't perfect from the beginning while e.g. the Ubuntu and VirtualBox part are settled, there might be other improvements. With an extra version you avoid conflicts and extra work like vagrant box …
…billcurtis_ : Angular.js with+ S3 file caching = wicked scalability
Dan Milstein : Screw you , We're It From Scratch!
Anil Dash : Terms of and IP trump the Constitution
Jeremy Zawodny : Yeah, seek time matters. A lot.
@ joeweinman : @ proves why auto scaling is better than curated capacity management. < 50% + Cost Saving
@ ascendantlogic : Any …
…SolidDB, NitroSecurity, PBXT, StorageEngine for S3 and IBM DB2 integration were all present at this show. Marten reports revenues of almost $ 50 million in 2006, preparing for an IPO, and MySQL 6.0 was to ship the next year. MySQL releases are split between the MySQL Community, and MySQL Enterprise is released with different versions on different schedules. MySQL 5.0.37 GA and 5.1.17 nonGA were the latest version at the conference.
2008 Here comes the second shock to the …
S3 assets can be referenced through a pretty simple URL structure. By creating an app that behaves in the same way, and proxies (whilst compressing) the response, it would be easy to create a compressible S3 for everyone.
For example, the URL http://pingles-example.s3.amazonaws.com/sample.css references the S3 bucket pingles-example and the object we want to retrieve is identified by the name /sample.css .
The same resource can be accessed through http://pingles-example.dfl8.co/sample.css …
…touch on S3-backed site deploys & Route53 IP failover to that S3 site.
Passing on our skills to the next generation
Pablo Brasero Moreno says:
I will share my experience teaching programming to children for a month. I will also tell us about "code clubs" in the, and what technologies exist to assist teachers in this task.
We're a friendly bunch, so if you don't make it to the talks you can still join us for a drink afterwards. The talks …
Root Domain Website Hosting for - Another nice tweak for folks putting static sites out on S3 for painless scaling. S3
git-pivotal-hooks - commits to stories when you push to .
Rust for Rubyists - eBook about 's language.
Why I - 't Use ActiveSupport::Concern critiques the design of AS::Concern.
Speed up - A few things you can do on most any project. build preparation time by 800%
…AWS. In fact, it's bringing together the traditional components from EC2, S3, RDS and CloudWatch into a fully scalable infrastructure. So if your application is running on AWS already, it's very likely you can take advantage of Elastic Beanstalk's orchestration and scaling system right now. Elastic Beanstalk supports applications running on Java, Python, PHP and Ruby running on Linux, or IIS running on Windows Server. It also supports databases in MySQL, …