The DevOps Blog
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  1. .. title: Welcome to the DevOps blog
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  3. .. date: 2019-06-23
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  8. What is this ?
  9. ==============
  10. This is my humble blog where I post things related to DevOps in hope that I or someone else might benefit from it.
  11. Wait what ? What is DevOps ?
  12. ============================
  13. `Duckduckgo <https://duckduckgo.com/?q=what+is+devops+%3F&t=ffab&ia=web&iax=about>`_ define DevOps as:
  14. DevOps is a software engineering culture and practice that aims at unifying
  15. software development and software operation. The main characteristic of the
  16. DevOps movement is to strongly advocate automation and monitoring at all
  17. steps of software construction, from integration, testing, releasing to
  18. deployment and infrastructure management. DevOps aims at shorter development
  19. cycles, increased deployment frequency, and more dependable releases,
  20. in close alignment with business objectives.
  21. In short, we build an infrastructure that is easily deployable, maintainable and, in all forms, makes the lives of the developers a breeze.
  22. What do you blog about ?
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  24. Anything and everything related to DevOps. The field is very big and complex with a lot of different tools and technologies implemented.
  25. I try to blog about interesting and new things as much as possible, when time permits.
  26. Here's a short list of the latest posts.
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  30. Projects
  31. ========
  32. - `blog.lazkani.io <https://gitlab.com/elazkani/blog.lazkani.io>`_: The DevOps `blog <https://blog.lazkani.io>`_.
  33. - `weenotify <https://gitlab.com/elazkani/weenotify>`_: an official `weechat <https://weechat.org>`_ notification plugin.
  34. - `rundeck-resources <https://gitlab.com/elazkani/rundeck-resources>`_: python tool to query resources from different sources and export them into a data structure that `Rundeck <https://www.rundeck.com/open-source>`_ can consume. This tool can be found on `PyPI <https://pypi.org/project/rundeck-resources/>`_.
  35. - `get_k8s_resources <https://gitlab.com/elazkani/get-k8s-resources>`_: a small python script that returns a list of kubernetes resources.