Solving Continuous Delivery (CD) headaches with Ansible

August 27, 2018 | By James Hendrix

The modern saying goes that “every company is a software company.” While maybe not in the strictest sense, most organizations do rely on applications, software, and infrastructure to ensure normal business operations. Read on to learn how modern development methodologies like Continuous Delivery (CD) can help to increase efficiency, lower costs, and shorten release cycles.

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Running Stateful Apps in Kubernetes: Event Recap

August 22, 2018 | By Ross Beard

Portworx Stateful Apps

Atlanta’s software engineers and IT leaders came together at Shadow-Soft HQ on August 21st to hear Shadow-Soft’s John Ray and Portworx’s Kelley Osburn and Francois Martel talk through how to run stateful applications in Kubernetes.

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Building a CI/CD Framework: Event Recap

July 27, 2018 | By Ross Beard

Atlanta’s engineers, architects and IT leaders gathered at Roam Dunwoody on July 26th to hear Shadow-Soft’s John Ray and Derrick Sutherland talk through their CI/CD Automation Framework. Special thanks to Red Hat Ansible for sponsoring the event. Their support helped…

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7 Tips To Turbo-charge Your Ansible

July 12, 2018 | By Matthew Schuchard

Ansible is a fantastic automation software tool, but automation is even better when it is running as fast as it can. These tips will help you significantly speed up your Ansible development, testing, and execution, so you can make better use of your time, including getting back to sleep for those always popular overnight pages.

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Deploying Containerized Applications in Amazon Elastic Container Service

July 12, 2018 | By Sagar Das

Containerize applications amazon elastic container service

This whitepaper provides a summary of a client in the financial industry partnered with Shadow-Soft to deploy containerized applications in Amazon Elastic Container Service. It will cover the background of the project, tool selection, architecture, and implementation of the proof-of-concept (PoC).

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