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Nasreen Basu

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devops online training with job support and high quality training facilities and well expert faculty .

Institute : ORASAPS SOLUTION
Contact number:91-7093623273
Skype ID : orasaps.solutions
Email Id: sree@orasaps.com / orasaps2015@gmail.com


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Edwin Razz

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Job Title - DevOps Architect
Location –Nationwide (USA)
Duration –Fulltime/Contract
Travel up to 50-70%

Mail your resume to edwin.lass@two95intl.com
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Lets Talk CI Scalability-A webinar presented by Steve Taylor, October 15th, 11:30 ET. He will cover best practices for fast, massive build and deploy processing.   Register at http://www.openmakesoftware.com/devops-thought-leadership-webinar-series/ 
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Sharon Weschler

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I"m contacting many enterprise software startup companies these days and inviting them to join for free at http://scalabill.it - the new global platform for running multiple PoC tests.

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Captain DevOps

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Ever since Oracle took over MySQL it has stopped it’s Contribution to the opensource community in favour of Oracle DB. So the Lead Developer from MySQL started MariaDB. So what is the difference  between MySQl and MariaDB? Well besides  the fact that it is completely opensourced, It also supports a number of Storage Engines including [...]
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Stephen Ritchie

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A short video that describes a great way to separate the concepts of automated builds and continuous integration. In the .NET shops I work with I usually see MSBuild is the scripting tool and TeamCity is the CI server. What's your enterprise using for DevOps?
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Jessica DeVita

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Jessica DeVita originally shared:
Summary: Canonical's Juju had been a great high-end cloud DevOps tool for Ubuntu on OpenStack. Now, Canonical is porting it to CentOS and Windows. And with IBM's help, that's only the start.
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This is a great read. It shows how DevOps transcends the platform. Great tools for only one platform is NOT what enterprise DevOps wants. To paraphrase the last sentence of this article: if you are in charge of managing any cloud deployment on any platform, you want to check out cross-platform tools that let you do just that, such as Juju.
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Stephen Ritchie

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I'm curious about the latest ALM perspective from #Microsoft on #devops
 
In the Microsoft stack, the term ALM (application lifecycle management) is often used in conjunction with DevOps. This post by S. Somasegar is a good overview of the +Microsoft Developer perspective on   #devops   , #applicationlifecyclemanagement   , and   #visualstudio2013 . A lot has changed since TechEd 2013. Is there a good update on the latest Microsoft DevOps story?
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Stephen Ritchie

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Private builds are an awesome way to have developers support operations folks! Check out the way TeamCity supports the Visual Studio IDE. Are you using this approach with TeamCity, TFS or another CI server?

http://www.jetbrains.com/teamcity/features/delayed_commit.html
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Stephen Ritchie

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I blogged my thoughts on .NET continuous integration using TeamCity versus Jenkins. I found that TeamCity was easier to get up and running. Has anyone else had experience getting .NET CI going with either TeamCity or Jenkins, or some other CI server? What are your thoughts?
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Stephen Ritchie

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I'm very interested in and passionate about DevOps in the .NET stack.
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About this community

Although many of the DevOps success stories are in organizations using software such as the LAMP stack (i.e., Linux, Apache web server, MySQL database, PHP/Python/Perl), organizations are implementing DevOps patterns using Microsoft .NET, SAP, and even COBOL applications running on mainframes and HP LaserJet firmware. We know that DevOps principles are universal, and independent of the underlying technology, although may have specific requirements (e.g., able to support automated testing, able to expose configurations that can be checked into version control, etc.). Let's capture and codify how organizations can do DevOps with technologies that exist in enterprises!

Kate Hojilla

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HIRING!!! Systems Engineer (Dev Ops Engineer) – ESPN Disney – Bristol CT

Job Title: Systems Engineer (Dev Ops) – ESPN Disney – Bristol CT

Location: Bristol, CT

Start Date: Immediate

Type of Position: Contractual 9 months

Company Overview:

Our client Disney/ESPN is a U.S.-based global cable and satellite television channel specializing on global sports and entertainment conglomerate.


About the position:

We are looking for a well-rounded and self-motivated Systems Engineer (Dev Ops Engineer) to join our client’s team. If you are the right one, you should be experienced and have a strong coding ability using programming languages such as JSP, Java, Javascript, Python, Ruby, etc. You must be proficient with HP Operations Orchestration, HP Cloud Service Automation, and Systems Administration and must be skilled with web services development and integrations (REST, Soap, etc.).

You also must have a strong understanding of end-to-end monitoring of infrastructure and Software Development Lifecycle. We are looking for candidates that take great pride in their work, think of this as their calling, not just a job and can mold this opportunity with your background and experience.


Job Summary:

The Sr. Systems Engineer will build out new platform functionality and orchestration flows using HP OO and supplementing with custom code where needed.


Related Skills:

Implementation, Database Administration, Java, Linux, Security, Systems Administration, Windows, Javascript, Ruby, Python, Server, Management, Design, SOAP, TCP/IP.


Job Description

Responsibilities:

Build out new platform functionality and orchestration flows using HP OO and supplementing with custom code where needed.
Develop thorough technical documentation including diagrams for any implemented work.
Use secured by default as a guiding principle for design and implementation.
Customize vendor developed web portal.
Maintain existing orchestration flows and code — make improvements to increase reliability and reusability.
Develop API integrations into external systems.
Develop monitoring integrations and operational dashboards.
Leverage configuration management toolsets to further orchestrate deployments (SCCM, Puppet, Chef, etc.)
Handle escalations for reported platform issues.

Basic Qualifications:

Strong ability to code using common programming languages (JSP, Java, Javascript, Python, Ruby, etc.)
Strong understanding of end-to-end monitoring of infrastructure.
Strong understanding of Software Development Lifecycle with ability to understand developer requirements.
Proficient with HP Operations Orchestration and HP Cloud Service Automation
Proficient in web services development and integrations (REST, Soap, etc.)
Proficient at systems administration (Windows Server and Linux).
Working knowledge of security protocols for SSO such as SAML, OAuth, etc.
Working knowledge of foundational TCP/IP networking required to orchestrate IPAM
Working knowledge of database administration and web application hosting
Able to write clean, reusable orchestration flows and code
Per hour Salary:

$45.00 - $52.00 per hour
Benefits

This is a contract position so no benefits are provided


Additional Information:

Must be local or willing to relocate at own expenses
2 roles open
US Residents Only
No Visa Sponsorship

#devops   #systemsengineer  
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Apologies friends. My bad. I accidentally posted the wrong Job Description. I already corrected it. Thank you for understanding.
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DDI Development

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While there are many enterprises talking about their devops implementations, there are very likely fewer getting their devops efforts done right
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Byron Miller

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Notes from #DOES14  - DevOps Enterprise Summit & #HangOp  Discussion about conference.
DevOps is a thing in the Enterprise and DevOps Enterprise Summit #DOES14 certainly made the case showing organizations such as Disney, GE, Target and groups within the US Government working on DevO...
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Captain DevOps

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Using Foreman, an Opensource Frontend for Puppet
The recent vulnerability in bash, got me running to update bash. It’s easy when you have maybe one or two Linux servers, but what do you do if you have 100’s or even thousands or servers? You need to use a server configuration and management tool like puppet. However, instead of using the command line, [...]
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Stephen Ritchie

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A lot of new information and announcements came out at TechEd 2014. +Scott Hanselman  brought together a great selection of posts and videos under the banner of "The Future of .NET on the Server: ASP.NET vNext content and videos from TechEd 2014". Check it out.
Scott Hanselman on Programming, User Experience, The Zen of Computers and Life in General
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Stephen Ritchie

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Are you thinking about better integrating #SAP  into your existing #devops  infrastructure? This open letter by +Chris Kernaghan is a good primer.
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For those interested in SAP patterns, check out +Darren Hague 's amazing FlowCon 2013 talk: "From Dinosaur to Spaceship: Continuous Delivery at SAP".

It's about how his team reduced deployment lead times for the internal instance of SAP at SAP:  From Dinosaur to Spaceship: Continuous Delivery at SAP by Darren Hague
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Stephen Ritchie

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#microsoft  is revealing their enterprise and cloud services focus at #teched2014 . 
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Gene Kim
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Hello, all.  I'd like to introduce everyone to +Stephen Ritchie , who has volunteered to help get things rolling in this group (while I try to get the review drafts of the "DevOps Cookbook" out!)

Stephen is the distinguished author of a fantastic book on implementing continuous delivery and DevOps patterns for the .NET environment called "Pro .NET Best Practices" (http://www.amazon.com/NET-Best-Practices-Stephen-Ritchie-ebook/dp/B006LPJYZK).

(Ignore the title.  It's actually a book about how to be a great developer, with an emphasis on the Microsoft development ecosystem.)

Our goal is to catalog the various technology patterns of all the various technologies found in major enterprises (i.e., expensive software that only major enterprises can afford. :)

Thank you, +Stephen Ritchie ! 
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Thanks for the introduction +Gene Kim.
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Stephen Ritchie

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The other day I was asked, How would you script automated builds in the .NET stack? I often default to MSBuild because it is so widely used and widely understood. However, some of the teams I work with are moving to PSake (Like Rake but using PowerShell instead of Ruby). I'd love to know what you are using to script automated builds and deployments in .NET?
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+Jeffrey Palermo, that's a handy "default" psake script, I'm sure to borrow heavily from it on my next project.
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