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LXer: Automating deployment strategies with Ansible


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When you examine your technology stack from the bottom layer to the top—hardware, operating system (OS), middleware, and application—with their respective configurations, it's clear that changes are far more frequent as you*go up in the stack. Your hardware will hardly change, your OS has a long lifecycle, and your middleware will keep up with the application's needs, but even if your release cycle is long (weeks or months), your applications will be the most volatile.read more

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