The Food Fight Show

In this episode, we discuss Ops School and training System Administrators. The episode was recorded as a Google+ Hangout and steamed live on YouTube.

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Direct download: FoodFightShow34-Opsschool.mp3
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In this episode Nathen, @lusis, and Mike Fiedler sit down with Sean Porter and Ulf Mansson to discuss Sensuand #monitoringlove.


This episode was inspired by Ulf’s presentation at DevOps Days Rome 2012:


Monitoringlove: a True story in this presentation given at DevopsDays Italy. Ulf Mansson describes how the implementation of sensu and graphite convert the monitoring meme from monitoringsucks to monitoringlove. Hey kids, Ulf is right. monitoringsucks is dead, long live monitoringlove! There is now an active monitoringlove hashtag on twitter and an active #monitoringlove IRC channel. Join the Fun! Thanks to Ulf Mansson for making us realize that monitoring no longer has to suck and that if we put in just a bit of extra work, we can experience monitoringlove too.

Direct download: FFS33-Sensu_and_monitoringlove.mp3
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Direct download: ffs32_2.mp3
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Join us for two Hangouts this week!

Wednesday, November 7, 19:30 UTC

Our first Hangout will be on Wednesday, November 7 at 19:30 UTC which is 2:30PM in Eastern Standard Time and 11:30AM Pacific Standard. For this hangout, we’ve invited Paul Reed and Seth Thomas to join us to discuss our most recent Food Fight Show where we discussed the practice, profession, and tools of Release Engineering.

Thursday, November 8, 21:00 UTC

Our second Hangout will be on Thursday, November 8 at 21:00 UTC which is 4:00PM in Eastern Standard Time and 1:00PM Pacific Standard.  Noah Kantrowitz, also known as coderanger on IRC, will be joining us to share some thoughts and lead a discussion about Reusable Cookbook Patterns, specifically exploring the idea of Library Cookbooks and Application Cookbooks. This is a topic that’s received a fair bit of discussion lately including at the recent Chef Community Summit and on last week’s Chef Office Hours Hangout.

How to Join

Each will Hangout will be held on Google Plus. We will send out the URL to the hangout via our twitter feed (@foodfightshow) at the beginning of each hangout. As you may know, Google Plus Hangouts are limited to 10 participants. To allow for greater participation, we will be streaming the Hangout live to YouTube. This will allow more people to participate during the discussions. We’ve also created a new IRC channel on freenode - #foodfightshow. You’ll be able to participate in the discussion by commenting on the YouTube video or joining us in IRC.

Have a specific question or want to reserve a seat? Drop us a line at info@foodfightshow.org.

Direct download: Food-Fight-Show-Hangouts.mp3
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In this episode, Bryan and Nathen sat down with J. Paul Reed and Seth Thomas to talk about the practice, profession, and tools of Release Engineering. We also talked a bit about their Podcast, The Ship Show.

00:44 - In the News

06:28 - New Cookbooks

17:18 - Updated Cookbooks

19:15 - Introductions

19:40 - The Ship Show

27:40 - Release Engineering - Continuous Integration

36:20 - Release Engineering - Version Control

40:28 - “git…is the Ike Turner of version control systems”

47:47 - Strengths of perforce

56:15 - Deployment Strategies

1:02:00 - Build Tools

1:12:05 - DevOps Culture

1:14:46 - “DevOps, as a movement, has made it OK to talk about the cultural stuff”

1:16:13 - Continuous Integration Systems

1:19:35 - Packaging and artifact repositories

1:26:59 - Summing up the episode

1:29:20 - Picks

    Direct download: Food-Fight-31-Release-Engineering.mp3
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    Nathen sits down with Fletcher Nichol (@fnichol), Seth Vargo (@sethvargo), Mike Fiedler (@mikefiedler), and Jeff Hulten (@jhulten) to talk about day two of the Chef Community Summit. We meant to chat for about 20 minutes but this conversation ended taking about an hour. Enjoy!

    Direct download: Chef-Community-Summit-Day-2.mp3
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    Nathen sits down with Eric Wolfe (@atomic_penguin), Seth Vargo (@sethvargo), and Jamie Winsor (@resetexistence) to talk about day one of the Chef Community Summit.

    Topic include:

    • Open space format of the summit
    • Various sessions of the day including:
    • New Chef Documentation - check out docs.opscode.com
    • Workflow
    • Continuous Deployment and Continuous Integration
    • Testing your Infrastructure
    • Chef on Windows
    Direct download: Chef-Community-Summit-Day-1.mp3
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    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.

    Direct download: Food-Fight-30-Metircs-Driven-Engineering.mp3
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    This is a short DevOps Delicacy special that is a tribute to a member of the DevOps Community.  Enjoy.

    Direct download: DevOps-Delicacy-Special.mp3
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    Direct download: dod2.mp3
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