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Dominic Zippilli

November 2nd, 2016

6 minute read

In a recent report, Ovum described Fugue as "a CMDB for APIs." A configuration management database (CMDB) is a single source of truth for configuration of complex systems. This is a crucial aspect of Fugue, one where running your operations with Fugue offers a lot of value to you.

 

Fugue's CMDB is an effect of our declarative model for.

October 28th, 2015

4 minute read

 

PLEASE NOTE: As of February 2018, Emulambda is not actively maintained by Fugue.

 

When Python support was announced for AWS Lambda at re:Invent, we were excited to start using it. As you could see with our emoji-powered Votebot for Slack, we put it to quick use, converting our skirmishes about lunch orders into a peaceful, democratic process.

January 5th, 2015

2 minute read

On the very worth-your-time-to-follow official Amazon Web Services blog, Jeff Barr announced today that EC2 spot instances will now get "two-minute warning" termination notices.

 

The long and short of it is that you can now query instance metadata or the DescribeSpotInstanceRequests API to find out if a spot instance has been marked for.

March 20th, 2014

4 minute read

Here at Luminal , work on a major component of Fugue began in Python 2.7. For this component, we had some early deadlines and a lot of architecture to figure out and prove, so for implementation, we went with what was familiar. We think this was the right decision.

 

However, after we met our deadlines, we took some time to reconsider our.

February 15th, 2014

3 minute read

Cloud infrastructure services have allowed our field to gradually abstract computation tasks from long-standing physical restraints. As cloud infrastructure adoption increased, we realized the power and efficiencies of quick deployments and elastic scaling, giving birth to the DevOps movement. We've been steadily directing more of our attention.
October 6th, 2013

2 minute read

This Friday marks the 49th birthday of the ideas behind one of the most powerful characters in the command shell (both *nix and Windows): the pipe. For those who don't know, the pipe is this character: | It's Shift-Backslash on a US keyboard, and it is used to send the output of one process to the input of another.

 

The pipe, and its.

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