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How to upgrade node on CircleCI machine executor

CircleCI offers 3 different executor types: machine, Docker and MacOS. On Linux the best choice would be the docker executor but if you need full control over the job environment you must opt for the machine executor. The default machine executor image includes Docker, docker-compose, along...

Dependencies caching on local CircleCI builds

At Cloudesire a couple of years ago we decided to switch from Jenkins to CircleCI. First of all, because we are lazy to self-maintain a server and secondly because it offers affordable prices. A great tool CircleCI provides is the local CLI. The circleci commands enable you...

Selling and provisioning OpenStack tenants

We're delighted to announce that we started the development of a new marketplace component to allow the selling of tenants of OpenStack powered datacenters. The goal is to give our marketplace customers the opportunity to purchase - and immediately start to use - cloud resources on the OpenStack...

Automatically remove unused Docker data with systemd

We use Docker A LOT at Cloudesire, and working intensely with it can leave some cruft in /var/lib/docker. Fortunately, the Docker CLI supports pruning, which works as a garbage collector for unused objects such as images, containers, volumes, and networks. You can try it on a terminal...

Quickly get a logger with IntelliJ live templates

IntelliJ IDEA is every Java developer's favourite IDE here at Cloudesire, and amongst its powerful features there are Live templates. Let me show you how they work with a simple example. Getting a SLF4J instance for the current class is a matter of typing private static final...