Written By Ben Rockwood. We are excited to share our Guest Blog from Ben Rockwood. Ben is a former Taoser and huge community advocate of Taos. Currently, you can find him at Chef leading from the front, as the Director of IT & Operations. I’ve always found it funny that it seemed to take years […]
When first starting out at a company and building the infrastructure out from the ground up, you’re inevitably going to need to start the install process for the first systems in an inefficient manner. The first few systems will always end up being launched from ISOs, be it by way of CD, DVD, or USB, until you advance your technology and automation stack to the next level. When your initial bottleneck is one person with one piece of physical media (CD, DVD, USB) at one server, you’re in a situation that doesn’t scale very well. The more ideal target area for scalability is one where a single person can spawn multiple new systems and manage multiple systems simultaneously.