Category Archives: devops

Continuous Deployment of Clojure Web Applications: Clojure Conj slides and an epic screencast

It was a privilege and honor to give a talk at last month’s (first (clojure-conj)) on a topic that is often a pain point for many Clojure developers and teams, the continuous deployment of Clojure web applications. Here are my slides from that talk, as well as an example web application project (ready to deploy using pallet and jclouds), along with an introductory/instructional screencast. Continue reading

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Provisioning, administration, and deployment of CouchDB, Java, Tomcat, etc., made easy with Pallet

Note: there may be relevant bits in here still, but usage of Pallet and jclouds has changed since this was first published originally.  See this post for links to up-to-date comprehensive example project, a screencast, and other goodies. As I … Continue reading

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Clearing some hurdles automating CouchDB administration

I ran into a couple of administration issues with CouchDB while working on support for it in the excellent Pallet project1, so I thought I’d leave some breadcrumbs for those that follow. (Note that these issues were experienced with CouchDB … Continue reading

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