1. High Performance Drupal Meetup | October 2, 2012

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    The High Performance Drupal Meetup on October 2, 2012: http://groups.drupal.org/node/253493 Featured Presentations: Vagrant, SPDY and Google Ad Manager At this meetup, we'll learn about Vagrant, an open source tool that's used for creating and configuring virtual development environments. We'll also have an update on SPDY, the featured topic from last month's meetup. Finally, we'll hear about performance issues (and solutions) related to Google Ad Manager. Related Links: Vagrant: http://vagrantup.com/ Presentation Slides (on SlideShare): http://www.slideshare.net/craigmceldowney/vagrantoverview Presentation Slides (in PDF or ODP): http://groups.drupal.org/node/253493#attachments SPDY: http://www.chromium.org/spdy Google Ad Manager: http://drupal.org/project/google_admanager

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    • [Germany.rb] Toolbox

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      Diskussionsrunde über Tools die von den Teilnehmern der Germany.rb verwendet werden. Moderator: Florian Gilcher Tools: - htty console (http://github.com/htty/htty) - Vagrant (http://vagrantup.com/) - g (http://github.com/jugyo/g) - Looksee (http://github.com/oggy/looksee) - DrX (http://drx.rubyforge.org/) - awesome_print (http://github.com/michaeldv/awesome_print) - Ruby Toolbox (http://ruby-toolbox.com/) - Padrino (http://www.padrinorb.com/) - terminitor (http://github.com/achiu/terminitor) - guess_method - what_method - cheat - Editors (Netbeans, Textmate, VI, Scite) - YARD (http://yardoc.org/) - RDoc - TomDoc (http://github.com/defunkt/tomdoc)

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      • [eytokyo] Lightning Talks

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        ● Chefの最新情報(仮) (堀田直孝) ● Chef/AWS OpsWorksを使った簡単環境構築 (舟崎健治) ● ソーシャルゲーム基盤におけるchef導入の取組み (千葉則行) ● はじめて、VPSをchef-soloで管理してみた (個々一番) ● Cookbook作りでハマったところ(仮) (菅井祐太朗) ● vagrant + chef で安全に cookbook を調整 (伊藤直也) ● タイトル未定 (並河祐貴) http://kokucheese.com/event/index/74459/

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        • Cloudscape 2014 - Taming the Cloud with Hipster Devops

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          Recorded at Greenpages Cloudscape 2014, August 4, Portsmouth, NH. Cedric Hurst, with special thanks to Jeronimo Garcia and Sebastian Otaegui. Parts of this talk were inspired by Martin Logan's "Webops and Continuous Software Delivery and Randy Shoup's "The Game of Operations and the Operations of Games" Slide deck available at: http://spantree.github.io/hipster-devops-talk/slides/#/

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          • Couch to OpenStack - Vagrant Primer

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            Tonight VMTrooper gave us a high level overview of Vagrant, its use cases, and functionality. From there, he showed off installing it, building the first VM, and then dove into some advanced multi-VM vagrant environments. Finally we wrapped up with a demonstration of the puppet provisioner.

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            • Andy Gale and Joe Ray on Vagrant

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              From March 2013 Bristol Underscore Skillswap, see: http://bristolskillswap.org/vagrant/

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              • Managing Environments with Vagrant and Chef

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                There comes a time in the life of a developer when you are called upon to do more than just coding. Understanding how the rest of the stack interacts with your code is fundamental, but it’s also important that you don’t spend most of our day managing servers. In this May 2, 2013 presentation, Nic Rosental (@nicdev and @epiclabs) explores Vagrant and Chef, how the tools work together, and what advantages they bring over other methods for managing development stacks.

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                • #vBrownBag DevOps Follow-Up Introduction to Vagrant with Jonas Rosland (@virtualswede)

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                  Jonas Rosland introduces you to Vagrant which is used for creating and configuring virtual development environments and can also be used along side configuration management tools such Chef, Salt and Puppet which we will cover in future episodes. Keep track of our entire DevOps schedule which will include links to recordings and homework or join our Google+ community to discuss episodes, homework or just engage with others in the community. You can follow Jonas on Twitter at @virtualswede and his blog http://purevirtual.eu Originally published at http://ProfessionalVMware.com – Sign up for the live #vBrownBag broadcast at http://professionalvmware.com/brownbags/ where you can also get updates and view our past series such as the Automate All The Things series http://professionalvmware.com/vbrownbag-automate-all-the-things-training-schedule/, Cisco certification series http://professionalvmware.com/vbrownbag-cisco-certification-track/ or the Couch to OpenStack series http://openstack.prov12n.com/openstack_phase_1/

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                  • Virtualize your stack with Vagrant and Puppet - Columbus Code Camp 2013

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                    We walked through what Vagrant is, and how it relates to various virtual machine systems and cloud providers, and then forked from there to talk about how to use Puppet to create meaningful configuration of your servers. Finally, and I think most importantly, we talked about how to sell the time investment to your superiors, and discussed the fact that if your development environment is not as close of a carbon copy of your production environment as possible, there is no clear way to verify that the code you have in your development environment will work at all once released to production. Find out more about this talk at: http://jmather.com/talks/2013-10-12

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                    • Virtualized Development Environments in Vagrant

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                      Ian Chilton walks through how (and why) you can use Vagrant to create and manage virtualized development environments. Vagrant is a command-line utility, which when combined with Puppet and Chef can do some really cool stuff. by Ian Chilton @ichilton Tuesday 15th May 2012 --------------------------------- phpne.org.uk twitter.com/phpne

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