Wall of Fame

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Showcasing Infrastructure as Code

Johan Siebens was invited by HashiCorp to share his insights about Immutable Infrastructure at HashiConfEU. Johan used the WALL OF FAME as an illustration of how easy-to-use HashiCorp Toolings can be when considering your build pipelines. The Wall of fame is a seemingly simple, yet powerful case of the faithfulness to our mission to keep …

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HashiConf EU 2019 welcomes our OnTheSpot Cluster Buster!

Scheduled to talk at HashiConf EU!

Johan Siebens, our very own Cluster Buster himself has been scheduled to talk about our Wall of Fame at HashiConf EU 2019. About the Wall of Fame Our fun-project “The Wall of Fame” is a wall of keyboards that can be programmed to become a screen thanks to its enormous amounts of Raspberry Pi’s. Truly …

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The Wall of Fame – The architecture

Even though the Wall Of Fame might look like a fancy oversized gadget to bring along on our events, there’s a lot going on in the background that we think you’ll find interesting.

We built a high performance, low latency ecosystem controlling the Wall Of Fame while allowing for adding features easily. But it took some time and effort to get to the point that we’re at right now.

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The Wall showcases infrastructure as code

How is infrastructure as code used? The wall we used to showcase infrastructure as code architecture is basically a giant LCD screen made up off RGB-lit keyboards on which we can control the individual LED’s using software to showcase cool moving images. The wall is a fun project run wild that thought us a lot …

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