Posts tagged ethan waldo

Oct15

Meeting: Tuesday, October 25, 2011 @ 7-9PM

heroku terence lee chris continanza deployment opennebula cobbler ethan waldo

This month is all about deployment environments, including a hosted environment such as Heroku, or building your own private cloud with OpenNebula. The organizer for this meeting is Ethan Waldo.

Beginner Talk

From Process Model to Asset Pipeline - Chris Continanza / Deploying Rails 3.1 on Heroku - Terence Lee

In this talk Terence Lee and Chris Continanza of Heroku will take you through how deployment on Heroku works. We’ll start with the Unix Process Model and show how Heroku’s Cedar Platform focuses on deploying with this process model. Then Terence will cover strategies for deploying Rails 3.1 on Heroku and how Heroku makes it work.

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Mar21

Meeting: Tuesday, March 23, 2010 @ 7-9 PM

TestJour CSS Metaframeworks Ethan Waldo Wynn Netherland

Ethan Waldo - TestJour

TestJour is a Rails-based system used for running distributed Cucumber tests. In the talk, a TestJour system will be set up from a GitHub project to a working system. A majority of the effort spent in a TestJour setup is not in getting TestJour working, but in efficiently preparing the master and slaves systems for running tests on the intended project. Virtualization is used heavily in their solution and they’ll briefly discuss some of the technology benefits for using a virtual environment for less resource consumption. This can help make the efficient use of multi-processing/multi-core systems when the primary bottleneck is not in IO but in CPU processing.

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Feb14

Meeting: Tuesday, February 23, 2010 @ 7-9 PM -- CANCELLED

TestJour CSS Metaframeworks Ethan Waldo Wynn Netherland

UPDATE: This meeting has been cancelled due to weather. We will try to reschedule these talks soon, depending on speaker availability.

TestJour is a Rails-based system used for running distributed Cucumber tests. In the talk, a TestJour system will be set up from a GitHub project to a working system. A majority of the effort spent in a TestJour setup is not in getting TestJour working, but in efficiently preparing the master and slaves systems for running tests on the intended project. Virtualization is used heavily in their solution and they’ll briefly discuss some of the technology benefits for using a virtual environment for less resource consumption. This can help make the efficient use of multi-processing/multi-core systems when the primary bottleneck is not in IO but in CPU processing.

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