Last time I spoke about YET infrastructure everything was hosted on HP cloud managed by Chef. The thrid chapter will demonstrate how easy moving to another cloud provider could be when you use such a Configuration Management tool.
In our first Boostrap YET article, we’ve seen how we could easily instantiate a new node at HP Cloud using knife hp and some Chef Cookbooks, Roles, … Today we’ll see how we can add Load Balancing into the picture using the HAProxy cookbook.
It’s for sure not the first or the last cooking article about Oh My Zsh!, but if you don’t know it, just try it, you’ll understand why so much people are blogging about it. So let’s start by the official description. It’s a community-driven framework initiated by Robby Russel for managing your zsh configuration. It includes 40+ optional plugins (rails, git,OSX, hub, capistrano, brew, ant, macports, etc), over 80 terminal themes to spice up your morning, and an auto-update tool so that makes it easy to keep up with the latest updates from the community. Looks great isn’t it ? So let’s digging it !
Sublime Text 2 is one of the best editor for text, code, markup and prose which is available for $59 on OSX, Windows and Linux.
This cheatsheet is based on the Tuts+ online training by Jeffrey Way a editor fanatic who tried them all : Coda, TextMate, Vim.
nanoc is a tool that runs on your local computer and compiles documents written in formats such as Markdown, Textile, Haml,… into a static web site consisting of simple HTML files, ready for uploading to any web server.