Monthly Archives: January 2012

More Zkybase screenshots

It’s been a little while since I’ve posted Zkybase screenshots, so here’s the work in progress. I explain how to implement this stuff (Spring Data Neo4j, Spring/GitHub integration, JavaScript InfoVis Toolkit, etc.) in chapter 11 of my book Spring in … Continue reading

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Zkybase/GitHub integration

A major goal for Zkybase is to tie together the activities of developers, testers, release engineers and operations. A few major benefits are: Tool integration: We can single source app lists and more across development, build, test, deployment, monitoring, knowledge … Continue reading

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Closed loops: the secret to collecting configuration management data

Hi all, Willie here. Happy New Year! In my last post, How NOT to collect configuration management data, I gave a quick rundown of some losing CM data approaches that I and others have attempted in the past. Most of … Continue reading

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