The problem with "push" style solutions is that they are not indempotent,
It is of course possible to write "if" checks virtually everywhere and
"Push only" approaches are fine for small scale stuff (2-10 servers), but
"Pull" type solutions on the other hand are declarative (i.e. indempotent)
Which is why people usually use a mix of push-and-pull in a real life
On Fri, May 18, 2012 at 10:50 PM, Benjamin Scherrey <proteus...@gmail.com>wrote:
> Martin we're doing much of what you describe, using fabric as I believe--
> you are. Haven't found any "off the shelf" solutions. All our stuff is
> custom scripts which we try to implement is as functional (no side effect)
> a manner as we can which is challenging when dealing with real-world
> systems. I guess that's why they call it DevOps.
> -- Ben
> On Fri, May 18, 2012 at 3:09 PM, Martin <martin.brochh...@googlemail.com>wrote:
>> Hi all,
>> has anyone on this list experience with deployments on the Amazon cloud?
>> Our stack is like this:
>> * Loadbalancer spawns AWI instances
>> What is the best practice to do a deployment? The best I could come up
>> 1. Tell the loadbalancer to stop autoscaling
>> Am I missing anything? Does anyone have experience with this? Is there a
>> Many thanks in advance!
>> Kind regards,
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