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Sysadmin Sunday 81

27th May, 2012

This is Sysadmin Sunday, a post of interesting links from throughout the previous week. Requests in Python and MongoDB Engineering Infrastructures For Humans Pinterest Architecture Update – 18 Million Visitors, […]


Sysadmin Sunday 80

20th May, 2012

This is Sysadmin Sunday, a post of interesting links from throughout the previous week. Amazon CloudFront – Support for Dynamic Content A little collection of cool unix terminal/console/curses tools Taking […]


Sysadmin Sunday 79

13th May, 2012

This is Sysadmin Sunday, a post of interesting links from throughout the previous week. 3 Problems AWS Needs to Address Rolling Out HTTPS Google search The Debian Administrator’s Handbook Netherlands […]


Sysadmin Sunday 78

6th May, 2012

This is Sysadmin Sunday, a post of interesting links from throughout the previous week. Integration testing Backbone.js How much Unix trivia do you know? Why Postgres Secure Shell for Chrome […]


Sysadmin Sunday 77

29th April, 2012

This is Sysadmin Sunday, a post of interesting links from throughout the previous week. MongoAdmin – Introducing a new admin interface for MongoDB, written in Python using Django and Bootstrap. […]


Sysadmin Sunday 76

22nd April, 2012

This is Sysadmin Sunday, a post of interesting links from throughout the previous week. 695k TPS with Node.js and VoltDB What Happened When We Loaded Every Music CD in Existence […]


Sysadmin Sunday 75

15th April, 2012

This is Sysadmin Sunday, a post of interesting links from throughout the previous week. The Instagram Architecture Facebook Bought For A Cool Billion Dollars MySQL at Twitter Mobile Shell mod_gridfs […]


Sysadmin Sunday 74

8th April, 2012

This is Sysadmin Sunday, a post of interesting links from throughout the previous week. The Future of Python HTTP Munich mayor says switch to Linux is much cheaper and has […]


Sysadmin Sunday 73

1st April, 2012

This is Sysadmin Sunday, a post of interesting links from throughout the previous week. Keeping bash history in sync on disk and between multiple terminals zerorpc – a flexible RPC […]


You can’t just have a sysadmin on call

28th March, 2012

Reading through the Azure cloud outage root cause analysis from the other week made me think about the problem they encountered, what was needed to fix it and the timeline […]