Hermann  Frami

Hermann Frami

1668064680

Jamstack.org: The Official Jamstack Site

Jamstack

An entry-point for learning about this architectural model. A place to learn what Jamstack is, for sharing tools, tips, examples and articles. This is also a place to find a local community meetup, or to seek support in starting one of your own.

Contributing resources

We've collected a set of videos, presentation, articles and other learning resources about Jamstack. You can contribute content to that pool of resources!

We accept contributions submitted as pull requests.

Contribute links to resources

To contribute a link to a resource:

  1. Create a new yaml file in the src/site/_data/resources folder with a unique and descriptive name. Populate that file according to the structure shown below.
  2. For presentations and video, add an optional thumbnail image to the src/site/_data/resources folder. (Image should be a jpeg 600px wide and 400px tall)
  3. Submit a pull request

resource yaml reference:

title: Resource title
date: Publish date (YYYY-MM-DD)
link: the URL of this resource
thumbnailurl: /img/cms/resources/resource-thumbnail.jpg
type:
  - article (Help us group and sort the resources by type article|video|presentation)

Before submitting a pull request, or if you are suggesting/contributing code or content changes, it is wise to preview your change in a local build. We've tried to make the process of running a local build as low as possible.

Running a local build

Prerequisites

Installing and running the build

# Clone this repository to your local environment
git clone git@github.com:jamstack/jamstack.org.git

# move in to your local site folder
cd jamstack.org

# install the dependencies
npm install

# run the build and dev server locally
npm start

Styling with TailwindCSS

This site uses TailwindCSS to offer utility CSS classes and provide a rapid means to styling the site. This means that most styling can be done without writing any additional CSS. Instead, utility classes can be added directly to the HTML. This can provide some very rapid development and also offer surprising levels of familiarity for these used to working in this way (since the conventions and classes are not per site.)

While running/developing locally, the npm run start command will generate the site including the CSS pipeline from Tailwind.

Global CSS utilities.

A small number of bespoke CSS rules are provided for efficiency of repeated or global classes. These reside in src/css/tailwind.css but these should be used sparingly, with most styling taking place in the HTML via Tailwind's utility classes.

Dev vs prod

During a production build, the CSS pipeline includes a step to remove all unused CSS statements and compress the resultant CSS. For development efficiency, this step is not performed during local development via the npm run start command. You can preview an optimised production build by running these commands:


# Run a production build
npm run build

# Serve the build locally
npm run start

One-click clone and deploy

You can clone this repository and bootstrap it as a test site of your own, complete with the CI/CD build pipeline on Netlify by clicking the button below. (Requires free GitHub and Netlify accounts)

This is the repo for https://jamstack.org

Download Details:

Author: jamstack
Source Code: https://github.com/jamstack/jamstack.org 

#serverless #static #jamstack 

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 Jamstack.org: The Official Jamstack Site
Ahebwe  Oscar

Ahebwe Oscar

1623192840

Does My Site Work?

EPISODE SUMMARY

On this episode, we will discuss how you can verify that your site works and continues to work. We’re digging into automated testing and how to write tests for your Django apps.

Full show notes are available at https://www.mattlayman.com/django-riffs/13.

EPISODE NOTES

Full show notes are available at https://www.mattlayman.com/django-riffs/13.

#does my site work? #your site is #episode summary #episode notes #the site. #my site work

Hermann  Frami

Hermann Frami

1668064680

Jamstack.org: The Official Jamstack Site

Jamstack

An entry-point for learning about this architectural model. A place to learn what Jamstack is, for sharing tools, tips, examples and articles. This is also a place to find a local community meetup, or to seek support in starting one of your own.

Contributing resources

We've collected a set of videos, presentation, articles and other learning resources about Jamstack. You can contribute content to that pool of resources!

We accept contributions submitted as pull requests.

Contribute links to resources

To contribute a link to a resource:

  1. Create a new yaml file in the src/site/_data/resources folder with a unique and descriptive name. Populate that file according to the structure shown below.
  2. For presentations and video, add an optional thumbnail image to the src/site/_data/resources folder. (Image should be a jpeg 600px wide and 400px tall)
  3. Submit a pull request

resource yaml reference:

title: Resource title
date: Publish date (YYYY-MM-DD)
link: the URL of this resource
thumbnailurl: /img/cms/resources/resource-thumbnail.jpg
type:
  - article (Help us group and sort the resources by type article|video|presentation)

Before submitting a pull request, or if you are suggesting/contributing code or content changes, it is wise to preview your change in a local build. We've tried to make the process of running a local build as low as possible.

Running a local build

Prerequisites

Installing and running the build

# Clone this repository to your local environment
git clone git@github.com:jamstack/jamstack.org.git

# move in to your local site folder
cd jamstack.org

# install the dependencies
npm install

# run the build and dev server locally
npm start

Styling with TailwindCSS

This site uses TailwindCSS to offer utility CSS classes and provide a rapid means to styling the site. This means that most styling can be done without writing any additional CSS. Instead, utility classes can be added directly to the HTML. This can provide some very rapid development and also offer surprising levels of familiarity for these used to working in this way (since the conventions and classes are not per site.)

While running/developing locally, the npm run start command will generate the site including the CSS pipeline from Tailwind.

Global CSS utilities.

A small number of bespoke CSS rules are provided for efficiency of repeated or global classes. These reside in src/css/tailwind.css but these should be used sparingly, with most styling taking place in the HTML via Tailwind's utility classes.

Dev vs prod

During a production build, the CSS pipeline includes a step to remove all unused CSS statements and compress the resultant CSS. For development efficiency, this step is not performed during local development via the npm run start command. You can preview an optimised production build by running these commands:


# Run a production build
npm run build

# Serve the build locally
npm run start

One-click clone and deploy

You can clone this repository and bootstrap it as a test site of your own, complete with the CI/CD build pipeline on Netlify by clicking the button below. (Requires free GitHub and Netlify accounts)

This is the repo for https://jamstack.org

Download Details:

Author: jamstack
Source Code: https://github.com/jamstack/jamstack.org 

#serverless #static #jamstack 

Ashley Troy

1618240774

Role of Professional Brand Consulters to Make Your Brand Successful

Each company wishes to remain present in the industry, and for that purpose, it indulges in user profile creation sites list to become popular in the online field. To achieve this, however, you need robust and productive strategies to maintain your existing customers’ loyalty. These plans should also attract new customers at precisely the same time.

Only the latest consulting firms are effective enough to observe the suitable approaches that can help you transform your business into your favourite brand. At Vowels Advertising in Dubai, Abu Dhabi, we offer various courses and suggestions to help your business and building to be effective by becoming a brand consultant. Branding advisers build new communication methods and a new identity. These advisers offer the brand of goods as required. They research your brand, which is made up of its identity and values. Brand Advisors have fantastic ideas and approaches to branding your products.

The most significant advantage of hiring a new consulting firm is that it has years of experience combined with the latest construction approaches. Since then, such companies are used to market trends and are continually being improved; they can quickly assess the competition and track competitor companies. In this way, they can analyze the manufacturer’s promotional requirements and evaluate the market to target a new product more effectively.

None of the other popular brands you see in the market today have started on a large scale right from the start. They achieved their present position thanks to ongoing trials and planned procedures. The whole long-term strategy was to introduce a new identity, place it precisely in the current market, and strengthen it by copying it to acceptable masses. Planning these elements and then implementing them appropriately is not a simple job. That is why companies from all over the world employ new consulting companies to implement the project.

If best, a new consulting firm can be tricky as there are an endless number of firms offering such services? The key to finding the perfect supplier for you is to analyze your condition first. As soon as you write down all the things, you can compare providers on the Internet and look for any gaps that may be useful to you. Also, start looking for reviews and connect with all previous customers to find out how satisfied they were with all the services.

By opting for Enterprises, they are responsible for creating the perfect brand identity for virtually any business, placing or repositioning it according to the market in which it operates, designing campaigns that advertise the business professionally and economically, and conducting thorough target market, competition, and market research. Thanks to all these activities, companies help to establish a small business and increase its visibility on the market. In the case of your small business, you can undoubtedly see it grow and reach a wider audience. You can find suitable new employees for a consulting company.

So this is how you can hire professional brand consulters to promote your brand amongst the customers effectively.

#profile creation sites #profile creation sites 2021 #profile creation sites list #high pr profile creation sites #free profile creation sites list #high da profile creation sites

Wiley  Mayer

Wiley Mayer

1602954000

Guide For Implementing SRE In NOCs

Network Operation Centers, or NOCs, serve as hubs for monitoring and incident response. A NOC is usually a physical location in an organization. NOC operators sit at a central desk with screens showing current service data. But, the functionality of a NOC can be distributed. Some organizations build virtual NOCs. These can be staffed fully remotely. This allows for distributed teams and follow-the-sun rotations. NOC as a service is another structure gaining in popularity. This is where the NOC is outsourced to a third party that offers it as a service similar to other infrastructure tools.

As IT services become more fragmented, shifting to virtual NOCs becomes more popular. These structures are far removed from the traditional big desk model, but their functions are the same. Any system where operators are able to monitor for incidents and respond to them can serve as a NOC.

The goals of NOC operators and SREs are aligned. Both try to improve the reliability of the system. In fact, SRE best practices applied to the NOC structure can take reliability to a new level. In this blog post, we’ll look at how SRE can improve NOC functions such as system monitoring, triage and escalation, incident response procedure, and ticketing.

Monitor Smarter by Focusing On Complex Metrics

The traditional image of a NOC is a huge grid of monitors showing every detail of the service’s data. A team of operators watches like hawks, catching any warning signs of incidents and responding. This system has several advantages. The completeness of the data displayed ensures nothing is missed. Also, having eyes on glass at all times promotes timely responses.

The SRE perspective on monitoring is different. The system monitors and alerts on metrics that have customer impact. These metrics are Service Level Indicators or SLIs. Instead of human observers, monitoring tools send alerts when these metrics hit thresholds. After iteration, these systems can be more reliable than a human observer. Yet, this doesn’t mean incidents won’t slip through the cracks. SRE teaches us that failure in any system is inevitable. Especially for organizations with multiple operating models, a mix of legacy and modern technologies, and the need to ensure governance and control, human observers in a NOC as another layer of monitoring may continue to be deeply essential.

To achieve the best of both worlds of your NOC and SRE practices, you’ll need to understand what response each of your metrics requires. For simple metrics that you can pull directly from system data, automated responses can save toil for your NOC operators. More nuanced metrics where an expert’s judgment may be necessary can be discussed in the NOC. This allows operators to focus on where their expertise is necessary. Monitoring tools handle the rest.

Escalate and Triage With Classification and On-Call

When a NOC operator notices an incident, their typical mode of operation is to first triage and try to remediate the issue via runbooks and existing documentation. They determine the severity and service area of the incident. Based on this, they escalate and engage the correct people for the incident response. In a traditional NOC structure, there’s a dedicated on-call team for incident response.

In the SRE world, things become less siloed. Incident classification applies across the organization. The developers most closely involved with each service area are also responsible for on-call shifts, rather than laying that responsibility squarely on dedicated on-call teams. NOC operators can collaborate with engineers on developing fair and effective on-call schedules. Yet NOC procedures for alerting don’t need to change. All of the infrastructures set up to alert and escalate will still apply. SRE only increases the range and effectiveness of these alerts by involving more experts. As service complexity grows, ensuring that a wide variety of experts can respond to incidents is essential.

#devops #site reliability engineering #site reliability #site reliability engineer #site reliability engineering tools #noc as a service #network operations center

Wiley  Mayer

Wiley Mayer

1602946800

4 Signs That Software Reliability Should Be Your Top Priority

You know the companies who break away from the pack. You buy their products with prime shipping, you ride in their cars. You’ve seen them disrupt entire industries. It might seem like giants such as Amazon and Uber have always existed as towering pillars of profit, but that’s not so. What sets companies like these apart is a crucial piece of knowledge. They spotted the tipping point when reliability becomes a top priority to a software company’s success.

Pinpointing this tipping point is hard. After all, many companies can’t afford to stop shipping new features to shore up their software. Timing the transition to reliability well can launch a company ahead of the competition, and win the market (e.g. Amazon, Home Depot). But missing it can spell a company or even an industry’s doom (e.g. Barnes & Noble, Forever 21, and Gymboree in the retail apocalypse). Luckily, there are signs as you approach the tipping point. From examining over 300 companies, we’ve identified five.

Let’s break these signs down together.

1. Your Product Is Becoming a Utility

When a product is a novelty, new adopters have a generous tolerance for errors because they are buying a vision of the future. Once the product becomes a utility, though, companies start to depend on it for critical functions. In the case of Twilio, suicide prevention hotlines are dependent on their reliability. And people start to depend on the product for daily life.

Consider Amazon. This company set the new consumer expectation for e-commerce and disrupted the sales of companies like Barnes & Noble and many more. How? First of all, the store is always open and accessible from your living room couch. Second, Prime delivers all packages with 2-day shipping. Do Amazon’s users care more about drone delivery (a feature), or 2-day shipping (reliability)?

While drone delivery is a neat novelty, the commodity of fast shipping is Amazon’s bread and butter. Users want their order, on-time, no matter what it takes to get there. How else can parents count on Santa coming on Christmas Eve?

While it’s tough to pinpoint the exact moment an industry converts from novelty to utility, we can look at three early indicators according to Harvard Business School.

  1. Companies begin to compete for pricing. Instead of shrugging off a price difference in exchange for the pleasure of a novelty, customers are doing their research before buying.
  2. Companies are restructuring their finances in order to keep the same profit margin even though sales are increasing. They need to innovate to make money with higher costs. They have more employees, more maintenance expenses, more everything.
  3. Companies take a closer look at their customer base. What’s the target market? What customers don’t they want buying their product? They’ve got to make tough choices here to keep loyal customers who appreciate what the company brings to the table.

Thanks to companies like Amazon, Google, Facebook, Netflix, etc., software delivery is transitioning from a novelty to a utility, from something we like to something we need every day. People expect every service to be as responsive and available as these tech giants. As your service loses its novelty, your users will look for reliability over features.

#devops #site reliability engineering #site reliability #site reliability engineer #site reliability engineering tools