8 DevOps videos

Deploy Code with SaltStack

Video 62 · Length: 11:02 pro video

SaltStack is very powerful for working with your servers. In this video take that next step, and learn how to deploy your site using SaltStack. Keeping your site and servers all in sync.

More on Pillar with SaltStack

Video 60 · Length: 9:21 pro video

Pillars can be hard to mess with and get a grasp on how powerful they can be. This video will lead you down a path of writing fairly dynamic salt states so you can put more information in pillars keeping your salt states idempotent.

SaltStack and Pillar Basics

Video 58 · Length: 9:53 pro video

With salt you can separate your sensitive data from your server configurations easily. This video shows you how to start doing that, while finishing up our PostgreSQL salt state.

SaltStack Basics

Video 56 · Length: 14:32 pro video

Start learning SaltStack today. It is a great server configuration management system tool that really shines once you understand it. This video walks you through connecting to servers, and installing postgresql.

Deployments with Fabric

Video 40 · Length: 8:46 pro video

Quick, consistent and easy deployments are a great way to develop faster and provide value for customers. Learn how to deploy to your VPS in this video using fabric, and what the next step after that can be.

Hosting Django on a VPS

Video 38 · Length: 12:00 pro video

Learn to host your django application on your own server using nginx, uwsgi, and posgresql all on an Ubuntu server. This video walks you through setting it all up and getting your site running.

Deploying Django to Heroku

Video 4 · Length: 9:00

Heroku makes life easier for those web developers that just want to deploy our code and it work. In this screencast we walk you through creating a heroku app, deploying your actual code, and running south migrations. This will make development and deployment easier for everyone.

Getting Started with VirtualEnv

Video 1 · Length: 4:59

VirtualEnv is a great tool to allow you to create multiple distinct environments to prevent versioning issues of your dependencies, or to even use different versions of python by default for that environment. This screen cast walks you through the very basics of getting it going, and a bit of how it works.