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Downloading Files with cURL, Including Text and Binary Objects

Many orchestration and automation processes will need to download content from external or internal sources over protocols like HTTP and FTP. The simple way to do this is to leverage lightweight, commonly supported and available tools. The most common and popular tool that I’ve found for managing scripting of downloads inside configuration management systems and other script management tools is …

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Updating Forked Git Repository from Upstream Source (aka Rebase all the things!)

As you can imagine, the world of IaC (Infrastructure-as-Code) means that we are going to have to dabble a lot more in the world of code repositories. Git is the most common tool I have found in use for code version control, and along with it, Github.com is the most common place that people (including myself https://github.com/DiscoPosse) store their project …

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Who has a conference? Everyone DOES! – DevOps Enterprise Summit 2014

It seems sometimes that we have a lot of conferences happening. This is a good sign for the strength of the technology sector, and the size of the audience who is prepared to consume this content. As a massive fan of DevOps and the great community wrapped around it, I was very happy to watch some of the recent DevOps …

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Yes Virginia, There is an Open Source .NET

Beyond the awesomeness of seeing the Rosetta touch down onto a comet today, we also saw a shift in the universe that some say would never have come. Microsoft has announced that they are doing some thing big with their popular .NET platform by taking it open source and expanding to run on Linux and OS X platforms. Yes, you …