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How is detection time calculated in the Google Site Reliability Engineering Workbook?

In the second SLO alerting example of the Site Reliability Engineering workbook, the following statement is made: To keep the rate of alerts manageable, you decide to be notified only if an event ...
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are there popular vps orchestration tools similar to kubernetes but for non-container environments?

I'm in the process of learning kubernetes and docker swarm. I really appreciate how you can create several servers as work nodes and cluster/swarm them together. Then use commands like kubectl get ...
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OpenStack heat Template generator stuck

Hi after going alot of fuss, I have finally implemented heat on OpenStack. Also the dashboard part of heat on Horizon dashboard. Now when I'm accessing the Template generator tab in orchestration, it ...
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Does Minikube (or Kubernetes) need CPU-virtualisation instructions to orchestrate Docker containers?

I am looking to learn Kubernetes, specifically from this resource. I only want to run Docker containers, rather than full-fat VMs. It says that I need any of these as a base from which to work: ...
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Using runit instead of rc.d on Debian with Rex

I have systems that ensures that their services are running by runit instead of rc.d or systemd on Debian, and I am trying to use Rex to start building a coherent setup across my systems. I would ...
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How to distribure sudoers files with REX Configuration Management

When trying to push a sudoers file to other machines, the rexcm task/command gets stuck. The Problem is (so it seems to me), that the sudoers file is owned by the rex-user when writing and "other" ...
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What are the pros/cons of running Chef/Puppet at regular intervals?

I always worked where they used to run Puppet at regular intervals. So, distributing changes was easy and on the fly. In the new team, they frown upon running the Chef agent at regular intervals. They ...
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How to create a directory with rex

I want to create a directory with rex if it doesn't exist. I read this but I can't find how to do it. If I send the file without the directory I get this error: ERROR - upload: /usr/local/path/file....
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Migrate docker microservices from OVH to AWS with Rancher?

I've got a bunch of microservices (docker) which I need to transfer/migrate from OVH to AWS. They're orchestrated by Rancher. What's the best/easiest way to accomplish that? Also, I planned to ...
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Multi-Tenancy (Multi-user) GPU Container Infrastructure Solution [closed]

What we need: Several teams from different companies want to share our GPUs for deep learning tasks (three computers with several GPUs each). So manage multiple GPUs for multiple users. Different ...
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Orchestrator 2012 vs 2016 [closed]

I'm still trying to improve my skills. Right now I'm testing Microsoft Orchestrator 2012 and it looks like a nice feature. I was reading about Microsoft Orchestrator 2016 here https://www....
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How to use Ansible's homebrew module to assert a list of packages are installed

I'm a relatively new user of Ansible. I use it to orchestrate a few groups of Linux servers. I'm now expanding that use to use Ansible's homebrew module. Using the homebrew module, I want to assert ...
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Ansible adhoc command execute with sudo

I need execute ansible adhoc command. $ ansible somehost -m command -a "cat /etc/passwd"-u someuser --ask-sudo-pass I have an user account (someuser) with sudo privilege. Usually I became root sudo ...
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Orchestrating multiple databases

We have a project where our hosting clients are offered a database (MySql) as part of their plan and I was curious how would one orchestrate this. We want to run the databases on different machines to ...
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Ansible's idempotency with command and file modules

I'm pretty new in ansible and by now can't figure out how to make an idempotent task. E.g. file. It simply doesn't have creates or removes. In command module it does have creates, but whenever I run ...
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Managing many separate docker hosts at remote sites

I'm looking for Docker orchestration software to manage containers running on a variety of remote hosts. These hosts are at the other end of a high latency and bandwidth restricted link, and are (and ...
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Puppet Ochestration: get results of puppet run

How can i get results of puppet apply -t --noop in some script readable way? Are there any resources to apply? I suppose there should be something better then GREP :) Making some modification to the ...
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Possible to determine who launches a Runbook in SC Orchestrator 2012 R2?

is it possible to determine what Windows account executes a Runbook? I'm using SC Orchestrator 2012 R2. ideally, I want to determine what account (for auditing, and sending emails) launches a run ...
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Executing a Runbook via SC Orchestrator web service

Is it possible to launch a Orchestrator Runbook via the web service only? I know you can access the web service via, http://server01.contoso.com:81/Orchestrator2012/Orchestrator.svc, but is it ...
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