Continuing the series of regular CharmSchool Hangouts. This week’s video walks through using the new version of the juju local provider. It’s cool!
Continuing the series of regular CharmSchool Hangouts. This week’s video is a little more detail on juju events…
Continuing the series of regular CharmSchool Hangouts. In this week’s charmschool we just sort of sat around and discussed best practices…
I Put together a series of demo videos using juju-0.7 for oscon.
These are really interesting in that they involve migrating environments between providers. This works slightly differently on the newer juju-1.x series, but the idea’s still sound.
There’s no sound on these… they’re raw video backups for demoing juju (in case we lost networking during the demo).
migrate local to hp
Continuing the series of regular CharmSchool Hangouts. In last week’s video we wrote a charm from scratch…
Starting from a simple node.js application, we put together “just enough” charm to get things working. Watch for future episodes where we’ll refactor and refine both the application and the charm.
We’re doing a series of regular CharmSchools on G+ hangouts. Last week we did an intro to juju and charming…
There’re links to the whole series of charmschool hangouts in the juju video archive where we also have videos and screencasts of demos, talks, and any other charm schools we’ve been able to capture on video.
Jorge and I gave a charmschool at the ODS summit. The room was packed with 300+… and they pretty much stayed the whole time… whoohoo!
Watch it here or
Hey, so last month we ran scheduling for the Linux Plumbers Conference entirely on juju!
Here’s a little background on the experience.
Along the way, we’ll go into a little more detail about running juju in production than the particular problem at hand might warrant. It’s a basic stack of services that’s only alive for 6-months or so… but this discussion applies to bigger longer-running production infrastructures too, so it’s worth going over here.
Lately we’ve been fleshing out our testing frameworks for Juju and Juju Charms. There’s lots of great stuff going on here, so we figured it’s time to start posting about it.
First off, the coolest thing we did during last month’s Ubuntu Developer Summit (UDS) was get the go-ahead to spend more time/effort/money scale-testing Juju.