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.




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


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Detecting Chef upload failures with Jenkins

Our Chef workflow at Essess looks like this: A developer updates a cookbook and pushes changes to git Jenkins is notified and runs the tests for the cookbook On successful build, it triggers a job to push the updated cookbook to the Chef... Continue →