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Fresh baked software

In the olden days, software used to come in a box. Now, we can make sure our users always have fresh baked software.

Friendly robots

A tale of robots, gold stars, and code coverage. At Gridium, we have a Hubot named Gort running in our Slack channels. He does all sorts of useful stuff for us: deploying code, printing the company mailing address, showing the state of our analytics instances, alerting on the state of our sites and servers, making… Read More

A stage environment for Ember apps

In a previous blog article, I described how we deploy Ember apps to S3 buckets, and promised a follow up article about how we use a staging bucket to preview changes before pushing to production. In this article, I’ll describe how we added shared development and staging buckets to our Ember deployment setup. Our Ember… Read More

Deploying Ember apps to S3 and Cloudfront

How serving Ember apps from S3 and Cloudfront simplified dev environments, sped up builds and deploys, and made our production infrastructure smaller and more scalable Gridium’s Tikkit application has three separate front-end Ember apps that all talk to a common API. Our application uses a microservices architecture; each of our apps runs in a Docker… Read More