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Hey Slack, Shut up and let me work - Part 2

Culture, DevOps, Slack

This is the second blog post in a three part series on how I use Slack. I debated on whether or not this should be Part 2 or Part 3.  If you are not willing to change your configuration without understanding why and how[...]

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How to Use Vagrant's Multi-Machine Setup to Run Multiple Apps at Once

Ansible, DevOps

In previous blogs I've mentioned how much we love Ansible here at Isos. One of the ways we develop and use our internal roles is via a Vagrant Multi-Machine setup. This multi-machine setup allows us to spin up multiple [...]

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Opsgenie is not an island

Atlassian, DevOps, Opsgenie

If you’ve started looking into Opsgenie, you are probably already aware of the powerful alerting, escalation management and reporting that it brings you. And if you haven’t started looking yet, head over to the Opsgenie[...]

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Hey Slack, Shut up and let me work - Part 1

DevOps, Slack

I have been obsessed with reducing the amount of noise I'm presented with on a daily basis. This includes:

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Moving Beyond "The Three Questions"

Software Development, DevOps

This post was co-authored with Bob Wen.

"What is your name?...What is your quest?..."

Monty Python and the Holy Grail

A practice that most teams adopt from Scrum is the Daily Standup or "Daily Scrum". In this[...]

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Reactive Support vs. Proactive Support

DevOps, Managed Services

In a perfect world we would be able to predict the future for everyone. But alas, we live in a reality where this is most definitely not the case. In the world of client support we have to anticipate the future needs[...]

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Load Balancer Extraordinaire

Technology, AWS, DevOps

During AWS implementations we've always used an Elastic Load Balancer (ELB) in the public subnets in order to route traffic to the application instances in the private subnet. NGINX lived on the application instances.[...]

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What does HDI even stand for?

Atlassian, Jira, DevOps, Opsgenie

When asked to attend the 2019 HDI Conference in Orlando, my initial reaction was, "I don't even know what that is"

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Isos at Ansible Automates DC

Ansible, DevOps

by Carlos Vasquez

Isos recently attended the Ansible conference hosted by Red Hat at Nationals Park in Washington DC.  The topics covered during the seven talks ranged widely from general business reasons, to culture[...]

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