Posts about ruby
We recently started using this outstanding devops tool called Terraform at Drover. Basically it allows us to describe how we want our environments to be and apply that "plan" automatically. It's a bit like Ansible and its playbooks concept but - IMO - does a better job at tracking what resources exist and in which state they are in.
Following up on my last post about Ruby gems, here's a list of some of my typical choices for various tasks in the Ruby and Ruby on Rails world:
If you're a Ruby developer you are probably familiar with the website rubygems.org. It's "the" repository for all information about Ruby gems.
Things i find important when looking for a gem: