DevOps on OSX

If you work at a DevOps organization, you use a lot of tools. Communication, architecture, planning, programming, testing. I always like reading what tools other people use to do their job. It helps me stay current. My development machine at Conjur is a Macbook Pro. This post is a list of the tools I use day-to-day, and how I use them.

 Collaboration

 Development

 Other


These are some of the tools I use, but definitely not all of them. I’m always looking for new tools to improve my workflow. That said, shiny new tools are released all the time; it takes discipline stick with what works for you (and your team) rather than immediately jump to the hot new thing.

My RescueTime breakdown from last week:

RescueTime dashboard

 
138
Kudos
 
138
Kudos

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Multi-VM Vagrant the DRY way

So Vagrant is great. If you’re not using it yet, you should check it out. It allows you to develop your applications in the same environment they’ll be running in. I’ve been using Vagrant and Chef for a little over a year now, but I hadn... Continue →