Welcome to the weekly post of the RackN blog recap of all things Digital Rebar, RackN, SRE, and DevOps. If you have any ideas for this recap or would like to include content please contact us at firstname.lastname@example.org or tweet Rob (@zehicle) or RackN (@rackngo)
Items of the Week
Digital Rebar Community
The Community held its first Online Meetup on Tuesday to select the final name of the Mascot as well as cover the latest information on the Digital Rebar Provision 3.1 release. As for the Mascot, Cloudia is the official name of our bear!
Additional new DRP v.31 Videos available:
- 5 Minutes to Digital Rebar Provision Installation – https://youtu.be/UGjMruuH4jE
- Digital Rebar Provision Plugin for Terraform for Bare Metal – https://youtu.be/5bxcpmxQXx4
Messy yet Effective Hybrid Portability Rob Hirschfeld Post on the Event
Last week, I was able to attend the HashiConf 2017 event in my hometown of Austin, Texas. HashiCorp has a significant following of loyal fans for their platforms and the show reflected their enthusiasm for the HashiCorp clean and functional design aesthetic. I count the RackN team in that list – we embedded Consul deeply into Digital Rebar v2 and recently announced a cutting edge bare metal Terraform integration(demo video) with Digital Rebar Provision (v3).
Overall, the show was impressively executed. It was a comfortable size to connect with attendees and most of the attendees were users instead of vendors. The announcements at the show were also notable. HashiCorp announced enterprise versions of all their popular platforms including Consul, Vault, Nomad and Terraform. For their enterprise versions include a cross-cutting service, Sentinel, that provides a policy engine to help enforce corporate governance. READ MORE
New Product Page on Rackn.com
Have you been to our newly launched product page? If not, click on over now to see the latest on our Data Center Infrastructure provisioning software solution leveraging Digital Rebar Provision 3.1.
Rob Hirschfeld, Co-Founder/CEO of RackN discusses the challenges of DevOps from the CIO and Operator viewpoint and how it is critical for each group to better understand the issues they each face. Only then can a true DevOps experience be had.
Rob Hirschfeld and Greg Althaus are preparing for a series of upcoming events where they are speaking or just attending. If you are interested in meeting with them at these events please email email@example.com
- Gartner Symposium / ITxpo – October 1 – 5, 2017 : Event Site
- DevOps Summit – Oct 31 – Nov 2: Rob Hirschfeld Talk
- CloudNativeCon + KubeCon – Dec 8 : Zero Configuration Pattern of Kubernetes on Bare Metal
If you are attending any of these events please reach out to Rob Hirschfeld to setup time to learn more about our solutions or discuss the latest industry trends.