From June 5 to 7, Camptocamp will attend the GEOSummit conference, the main communication platform in the world of geoinformation in Switzerland that is held every two years in Bern.
At Camptocamp, we have been using containers for a few years now and have integrated them with the tools we've used for a decade to automate our infrastructure.
In 2015, Puppet celebrated its 10th anniversary. At Camptocamp, Puppet has totally revolutionized our way of doing systems administration!
Camptocamp is pleased to release GeoMapFish version 2.2 and would like to thank all the contributors, developers and customers who contributed to the success of this new version!
Containerization has become a central concept to face the ever growing complexity of IT systems that are deployed and accessible on the Internet. At Camptocamp we have a long history of using container technologies.
About a year ago, we started using Terraform. Many things we were doing manually in the cloud at the time are now coded.
Rancher is a great tool to deploy Docker stacks. At Camptocamp, we have used it increasingly, starting with our infrastructure components. A few months ago, we ported our dockerized Puppet stack to Rancher.
Camptocamp is proud to be among the few companies selected to kickstart Rancher Labs' Partner Network.
From June 7 to 9, Camptocamp will attend the GEOSummit conference, the main communication platform in the world of geoinformation in Switzerland.
This is the reason why we created Conplicity, a simple Go tool using Duplicity to automatically backup named volumes of a local Docker engine.
One of the hard problems to solve when using Docker in production is deploying secrets. In particular, public keys are hard to deploy.
At Camptocamp, we have chosen to take a more flexible approach to entrypoint scripts by using a standard, static entrypoint script calling run-parts on a directory.
Docker is changing the face of code packaging, delivery and infrastructure.