If you’re in charge of an IT infrastructure, you’ve most likely done the same jobs over and over. You’ve also probably heard of Docker and Kubernetes. The two have commonly been mistaken for rivals, but the truth is, they work very well together. Why Docker? When deciding where to build your infrastructure — especially if […]
If you’re using Google Chrome or one of Google’s many apps, you’ve probably seen a screen similar to this one. You can achieve this for your internal websites or mobile apps using an Apache server and Google’s OpenID Connect 1.0. This is a simple identity layer on top of the OAuth 2.0 protocol (Google’s authentication […]
RailsAdmin is an open-source tool for Rails Engine that allows you to manage your data with a user-friendly interface. It’s great for building internal infrastructure because it’s something everyone in the company can use. RailsAdmin is so straightforward, you won’t even have to train users. Here are some of the basic features of RailsAdmin: Display […]
All I’ve ever wanted to do when it came to my career was work from home or have the opportunity to work remotely. Coming into my job at Atomic Object, it wasn’t a given that I would get that chance. But that was fine because I live so close to work and there’s great company […]
Being the IT Operations Engineer at Atomic Object means that I’m responsible for all of the internal infrastructure. That involves making sure everything is properly running, as well as forecasting when we might need more resources for our makers or leadership to complete daily tasks. One of the tasks our leadership handles daily is running […]
What is Z shell? And why should you use it instead of another shell like Bash?
Containerizing can be a useful approach to developing applications. While it has many benefits, there are also situations where you might not want to use it. In this post, I’ll cover both the pros and cons. What Are Containers? Containers are the result of a packing mechanism that decouples applications from the environment where they […]