Let’s sprint together! Our traditional Autumn DevOps Sprint is coming up on 13th September – 15thSeptember 2017 and we’d love to meet you in Halle!
Whether you’re interested in improving your applications‘ deployments, hack on DevOps tools, exchange ideas, learn new things: you’re welcome to join us. Sign up on MeetUpand get a chance to meet the Flying Circus Crew as well as people from NixOS, Python, our friends from gocept and other open source communities.
In Germany we have a few further public holidays coming up next time resulting in shorter-than-usual work weeks. Here’s an overview of our support availability. The highlighted days are national holidays and only covered for SLA customers:
2017-05-22 (Monday): regular support
2017-05-23 (Tuesday): regular support
2017-05-24 (Wednesday): regular support
2017-05-25 (Thursday): Ascension: SLA-covered emergency support only
2017-05-26 (Friday): regular support
2017-05-27 (Saturday): SLA-covered emergency support only
2017-05-28 (Sunday): SLA-covered emergency support only
2017-05-29 (Monday): regular support
2017-05-30 (Tuesday): regular support
2017-05-31 (Wednesday): regular support
2017-06-01 (Thursday): regular support
2017-06-02 (Friday): regular support
2017-06-03 (Saturday): SLA-covered emergency support only
2017-06-04 (Sunday): SLA-covered emergency support only
2017-06-05 (Monday) Pentecost: SLA-covered emergency support only
2017-06-06 (Tuesday): regular support
To ensure that all your applications in the Flying Circus are running smoothly we will monitor all regular support during business hours: Monday to Friday , 8-16 CE(S)T and SLA-covered emergency support as usual.
Have a good time, a safely flight – and don’t forget your towel this Thursday!
We have prepared an update to my.flyingcircus.io which allows you to manage the users who have access to your projects, but more on that later.
This comes with some other user interface changes which we briefly introduce here.
First of all, the main focus is a project now – instead of VMs. With a growing amount of VMs my.flyingcircus.io became confusing. The focus on projects allows clearer thinking and gives more insights at a first glance. The dashboard looks like this now:
We always had a concept of grouping VMs together into a “security zone” which we also called “resource group”. We came to the conclusion that those terms were confusing and too technical. A “project” is a more useful way of thinking about it.
But back to user management
We start with introducing a new permission (“manager”) which, when assigned, allows one to change users of a project. Managers can add and remove existing users, and assign permissions. As before, users with the login permission can login to all VMs of the respective project. Before you can add a user to a project that user needs to create an account for herself by registering.
Our new interface finally gives you the freedom to make changes to your team structure much quicker and independent from our support. Nevertheless: our support is here to help you when needed.
Frauen in die MINT-Berufe – das Thema ist präsent in allen Medien. Wir fangen ganz vorne an und beginnen am 27. April mit dem Girls’ Day. Alexander vom Team Application Operations hat dafür Inhalte zum Thema “Wie funktionieren Webseiten?” zusammengestellt. Es freut uns, dass sich zu unserem ersten Girls’ Day gleich zwei Mädchen angemeldet haben. Es wird ein spannender Tag.
Weitere Informationen zur Veranstaltung (ausgebucht) gibt es auf den Seiten des Girls’ Day.
As every year in spring Easter is coming around. In Germany it brings us some extra holidays.
To ensure that all your applications in the Flying Circus are running smoothly we will monitor all regular support during business hours: Monday to Friday , 8-16 CE(S)T and SLA-covered emergency support as usual. Continue reading Support during Easter 2017→
We recently pitched for a project that explicitly asked for a team with experience dealing with a system that has many interfaces. I sat down and wrote an overview of our experience and what we learned about internal and external interfaces over time – and I’d like to share this in today’s post.