This week I’m at OpenStack Summit 2013 in Portland, OR attending as an Active Technical Contributor and to talk to folks about deploying OpenStack with Juju or any of the 133 other services available in the Juju Charm Store. This year’s event [...]
The current model of receiving updates through a package manager/update manager relies on a client/server model whereas the client pings the update servers to see if updates are available and grabs them from the designated mirror. Time and time again this model has shown flaws including slow download speeds and high bandwidth and hardware costs.
As many people know I am a fanatic when it comes to web optimization and if my blog is taking more than a second or two to load I’m freaking out because I know how important load times are to end-users and that a few milliseconds could mean loss of a [...]
Update: GoGrid’s Director of Customer Support reached me today and apologized for the handling of my request for substantiating the bill and we discussed how the problem occurred. GoGrid is refunding the statement so I will not be charged.
So GoGrid sent me some blanket [...]
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