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What is the best way to deploy a short living process when you have no machine?

I'm new to devops . I created a converter and want to deploy it . The converter converts a 3D model from a format to another and then you'll be able to visualize the outpout file on the platform and ...
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Pattern(s) to scale node.js based ETL

I have a node.js ETL application that transforms data from 1..n locations and from each location there will be 0..m transactions. The application is started via cron on a configurable interval, ...
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Thanos or Cortex - What handles very large scale (say, hundreds of millions of time series) better?

We're looking at a new metrics solution and are attempting to build it in house. So, my question is: What can scale more effectively / with less pain; Thanos or Cortex? I understand the general ...
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Running multiple websites on Docker in isolated or shared database containers?

So I have been reading up on Docker, and I cannot quite get my head around this concept. There are literally dozens of tutorials on the web about spawning a Wordpress instance on Docker within 5 ...
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Best method of retrieving environment information via Salt Stack?

I have been tasked with using Salt Stack to find out what files/services exist in each of our environments (Test, UAT, Production). The Salt master can speak to all servers in Test and UAT (...
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Scaling issues with Nagios as CaSC

If Nagios server would use a CasC source of configuration in a larger organization is there a design flaw in this approach which will limit scaling up? To avoid broken configuration, test instances ...
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Docker memory storage

Docker daemon allows, according to documentatio, using memory storage driver for its images. Has anybody any daily business experiences with that?
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How can Agile methodologies, CI/CD be applied to massive, monolithic software projects with 100s/1000s of developers?

Using continuous integration represents an (almost) mandatory requirement for a software project to be agile. And without CI there can be no continuous delivery/deployment. But CI can face ...
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How can continuous integration scale for very large projects/teams?

Traditionally CI systems only monitor the quality of the code in an integration branch, signalling when regressions occur. Human intervention is required for repairs. As the number of developers ...