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Weekly Roundup - Gluecon, MongoDB, NodeJS, CI, CD, RedHat, Devops, Oh my!

Well, well, well this week has been all about GlueCon 2014! In case you missed our CEO's talk about gaming AWS, don't worry, we will have a recap for you soon.

GlueCon 2014 - Shippable CEO talks about Gaming AWS with Docker

The Shippable team is on the way to Gluecon 2014 where Shippable CEO Avi Cavale will be talking in a breakout session on Thursday May 22nd (2:25 to 3:00PM). The topic of his talk?
Gaming AWS with Docker : 70% Cost Reduction With 2x More Scale at Shippable

The world this week (in CI/CD/devops)

Welcome to this week's edition of the news, blog posts and articles about continuous integration / deployment and software development in general that we found interesting!

  • eBay engineering describes the evolution of eBay's CI system. eBay started off with an individual CI/Jenkins Master setup for each dev.  eBay used a dedicated VM for each developer (each Jenkins instance had a dedicated VM). This got inefficient pretty fast resulting in underutilized VMs as well as too many VMs in general. Read about eBay's CI solution and how they arrived at it.

Announcing Shippable 1.1 -- new UI, configurable env vars & team integration

Here is what you can look forward to in latest version of Shippable's platform:

Learn Continuous Deployment to Heroku using a Mean.JS project

One of the easiest ways to get started with web application development nowadays is to bootstrap your project with full-stack JavaScript frameworks. Node.js has made server-side JavaScript a reality, and a large portion of users choose to use the Express framework on top of Node to easily create REST routes.