We’ll be at the Amazon Web Services summit in London on 23rd April 2013.
It promises to be a superb event, with a presentation from Dr. Werner Vogels, the CTO of Amazon, as well as a number of other Amazon staff.
You can come and see us at the Partner & Solutions Expo, where we’ll be very happy to discuss AWS, Puppet, continuous integration, Linux or anything else IT related you’ve got on your mind.AWS Summit London
Yesterday I presented a talk with the rather overly ostentatious title “De-centralise and Conquer: Masterless Puppet in a Dynamic Environment” at Puppetcamp London. It seemed to get a good reaction, and there were certainly plenty of questions.
No video was taken of the event, so there is unfortunately some missing context, but I’ve put the event slides online for those that are interested.
I’m pleased to announce new CentOS 6.4 Amazon machine images (AMIs) are available to the public. We’ve been creating our CentOS AMIs since CentOS 6.2, and they are in use on in excess of 10 000 instances worldwide. This figure is based on feedback we have received from users, there is no usage tracking of any kind.
As well as the CentOS update, we’ve also included an updated version of cloud-init, matching the version in Amazon Linux 2012.09.1, and fixed our udev fixes so that drives always show up as the device specified in the Amazon API, including under HVM...
Sam Bashton will be speaking at Puppetcamp London on Wednesday 27th of March, describing the details of our Puppet deployment methods design for use in an auto-scaling cloud environment.
Tickets are sold out, but you can add yourself to the waitlist at the Puppet Camp London 2013 page.
Slides will be available online immediately after the presentation.