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CloudCron, an Open Source solution to run a cron on AWS

If you've ever searched for a way to run a cron on AWS, surely you haven't found anything to easily implement while being cost-effective. We've been on that road too many times as well. That's why we have developed CloudCron, a simple distributed, cost-effective, backwards-compatible, cloud-friendly cron to run on AWS. And, guess what, it is also now being open sourced!

By José Luis Martínez | June 12, 2017

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Sponsoring the 2016 Perl QA Hackathon

I'm proud to announce that we are sponsoring the 2016 Perl QA Hackathon. The "Quality Assurance" Hackathon is a place where outstanding Perl hackers reunite for 3 days to talk about the Perl toolchain and get stuff done. These are not the only days that the toolchain is worked upon (it's worked upon all year, really), but face to face work and discussions get things done and agreed upon faster, so it's important that this event happens.

By José Luis Martínez | April 21, 2016

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Highly Available NFS Server Intro: Setup iSCSI & Multipath

In this article, you'll find how to setup a highly available and redundant NFS server cluster using iSCSI with DM-Multipath. This post specifically will cover the configuration of the iSCSI initiator for both NFS servers and the configuration for the device mapper multipathing (DM-Multipath). If everything is fine, go to http://localhost/ (the application is exposed on port 80) and then you should see the default Django page (That should only work if it can connect successfully to the database and load the cache engine) : You now have a fully working docker compose environment :) When you do a modification, you just need to run a new docker-compose build; docker-compose up -d and everything will be automatically updated for you.

By Iván Mora | July 22, 2015

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