Tag Archives: containerization

How we host Ars, the finale and the 64-bit future

Aurich Lawson | Getty Images reader comments 28 with Hosting Ars View more stories Greetings, dear readers, and congratulations—we’ve reached the end of our four-part series on how Ars Technica is hosted in the cloud, and it has been a journey. We’ve gone through our infrastructure, our application stack, and our CI/CD strategy (that’s “continuous… Read More »

Hosting Ars, part three: CI/CD, or how I learned to stop worrying and love DevOps

Enlarge / DevOps, DevOps, DevOps! ArtemisDiana / Getty Images reader comments 19 with Hosting Ars View more stories One of the most important things to happen in the evolution of development over the past many years is the widespread adoption of continuous integration and continuous deployment, or CI/CD. (Sometimes the “CD” stands for “continuous delivery,”… Read More »

How we host Ars Technica in the cloud, part two: The software

Enlarge / Welcome aboard the orbital HQ, readers! Aurich Lawson | Getty Images reader comments 3 with Hosting Ars View more stories Welcome back to our series on how Ars Technica is hosted and run! Last week, in part one, we cracked open the (virtual) doors to peek inside the Ars (virtual) data center. We… Read More »

A Snap-based, containerized Ubuntu desktop could be offered in 2024

Enlarge / Some of the many Snap apps available in Ubuntu’s Snap Store, the place where users can find apps and Linux enthusiasts can find deep-seated disagreement. reader comments 56 with [Update, 2:00 pm ET, May 31: Ubuntu published a blog post about its Ubuntu Core desktop work after this Ars Technica post was published.… Read More »