In a previous post, we wrote about our way of providing full-featured, isolated development environments in just several minutes. The gist was, that we provided a CloudFormation template to provision an environment via Travis no commit, and then ran an Ansible playbook to provision the instance. ALB Host-based routing was our way of providing an endpoint for those environments.
That was.. nice, but flawed. There’s no reason to go into detail, since the solution was specific to our system. …
SRECon is right around the corner and we’re EXCITED! Strigo is going to be used for all the on-site workshops and we’re looking forward to providing everyone with a quality experience.
If you’re planning to attend, do come and say hi. We’ll be the ones in Strigo T-shirts. We’ll be demoing MongoDB, Redis, and Elastic Stack labs and our all-new Windows-based labs as well as a more polished management interface for instructors.
If you’d like to see just how excited we are: https://goo.gl/2GfoKf
See you there!
Today, we’re excited to announce our cooperation with USENIX, the Advanced Computing Systems Association.
USENIX is the organizer of many well known events and a publisher of magazines in the field of System Administration. Among other events, USENIX organizes SRECon — the Site Reliability Engineering Conference, and LISA — The Large Installation System Administration Conference.
Strigo will be taking an active part in both events, both as a sponsor and by providing its training platform to the events’ workshops. This is a magnificent opportunity to introduce training platforms into large scale events where the technical aspects are of utmost importance.
We will be attending both conferences and are looking forward to seeing you there to discuss how to train better engineers.