New answers tagged

1

Typically you would run the client configuration tool first, which adds the IP address to the MSI. It is in the CAD installation guide. The client configuration package includes an MSI configuration tool and a stand-alone directory structure. The MSI configuration tool prompts the deployment engineer to provide the environment-specific configuration data, ...


0

Have a look here: git as a deployment tool There are lots more links available in a google search for "git as a deployment tool".


0

I use this, notice the location of double quotes(") and single quotes(') - name: Print mosh version debug: "msg='Mosh Version: {{ mosh_version.stdout }}'"


0

If you have WSUS is possible use WSUSPackagePublisher. They push to wsus' database for deploy to users. English : Wsus Package Publisher allows you to publish your own updates as MSI, MSP or EXE files. Hence, you can deploy applications like Adobe Reader, Java, Flash Player or Symantec Endpoint Protection 12.1. and update them. WSUS Package ...


0

What you propose is how things should be done. Have one server or pool of servers that consumes the API and adds each new tweet to a database, and then another server or pool of "workers" that perform actions on the database entries. You may also consider a work queue as well to pass messages on new tweets to your workers. If implemented well, the ...



Top 50 recent answers are included