Benjamin Stein, CTO at Mobile Commons, will talk about their recent experience moving their production environment into configuration management.
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I had heard and used puppet and capistrano but hadn't heard about moonshine. The group I was with left a bit confused over where the boundaries between the tools was, but were all very fired up to find out more.
0 · February 12, 2011
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