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Drupal DevOps

Time for the next Drupal DevOps meeting at the NewMedia Denver offices. This time around we are going to do a quick review of the latest changes to the drupal-lamp recipes that were introduced in the last meeting. That will be followed by an introduction to running your own chef server. We will introduce you to a tool called knife that acts as a solr powered command line interface to your infrastructure. I'll show you how to take the recipes that you have in your local environment and transfer those to the chef server so that you can provision the projects you've been working on in the cloud.

The goal of this meeting is to help connect the dots so that you can see exactly how your local working environment can translate to a production environment with total consistency and reliability. When we are done, you'll see that new deployments are as easy as running a single command and watching the magic.

As always food and beverages will be provided. Doors open at 6:00pm with the presentation starting at 6:30pm.

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  • A former member
    A former member

    Hey DBUG, I'm based in CA, but have strong roots and ties to the Boulder area. I was also a part of the Help4OK project at DrupalCon Portland where we helped the victims of the Moore, OK tornado disaster by creating a website that allowed them to coordinate housing and transportation. The Help4OK site was then turned into a distribution called Help, I know it's on github and could probably be spun up relatively quickly. I don't know what the situation is like on the ground there with the flooding, but does anyone think this type of site would be helpful?

    September 19, 2013

    • Gabriel S.

      Hey Dustin, how've you been? I didn't even think about Help. Do you know if it's made much progress since Portland? I don't really know what the situation is, but I'm sure someone at the meeting tonight would know.

      September 19, 2013

    • A former member
      A former member

      Hey Gabriel, there has been some traction on it as it was converted to a distro and has an official project page (­). I was just trying to gauge the need to see if we/someone should try to organize another site.

      September 19, 2013

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