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July 5

Chance Miller

- Jul. 5th 2018 2:28 pm PT

@ChanceHMiller

Apple is widely rumored to be plotting a major expansion in North Carolina, with a recent report indicating such an announcement is imminent . In anticipation of that announcement, a new report from The News Observer explores Apple’s current role in North Carolina…

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The report notes that Apple has quietly been marking its territory in North Carolina over the last decade. The company operates a data center in Maiden, North Carolina, and its effects on the state reach beyond that town.

Catawba County manager Mick Berry touted Apple’s effects:

“There was a couple hundred acres sitting there with only farm value and not generating any jobs,” Berry said in an interview last month. “Now it’s our single biggest taxpayer, generating revenue to the county of almost $1.5 million and employing 400 or 500 people. It was as close to a no-brainer as you get in this business.”

Furthermore, Berry and Maiden Town Manager Todd Herms listed other ways Apple’s been involved in the community. By increasing the tax base in Maiden, Apple has led to the creation of a new city hall and fire station, as well as a major water line. Furthermore, the county has been able to start develop additional tech and economic workers:

Catawba County is starting an education and economic development initiative to train tech workers and place them in internships paid for by Apple tax proceeds.

Between 2009 and 2011, at a time when other municipalities in Catawba had to increase property taxes, some by as much as 12 cents on every $100 of valuation, Maiden twice lowered its rate for a total reduction of 2 cents on the $100. Maiden currently has the lowest property tax rate in the county.

Apple has gone as far as to be involved in several other efforts and keep its name out of the programs. It has worked with Nicholas Institute for Environmental Policy Solution at Duke University to develop the biogas market in North Carolina and is talking with officials about “building a renewable energy facility to convert methane to electricity at a county landfill.”

Apple’s efforts in North Carolina haven’t gone flawless, though:

Late last year state environmental regulators cited the company for failing to properly document how it handles potentially hazardous material. In a settlement, Apple agreed to pay a $40,000 fine without admitting it had done anything wrong.

Department of Environmental Quality reports indicate there are computer server rooms, offices, maintenance and energy-generation areas. The mall-sized center is comprised of more than half a million square feet on several hundred acres.

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Applies to CLI v2.

It's usually necessary to apply an opinionated set of structural changes to a YAML document (manifest, cloud config, etc.) before submitting it to the CLI commands ( bosh create-env , bosh deploy , etc.) for processing. Such changes could be an addition or removal of certain job properties, instance groups, changes to property values.

Note

Replacing values such as passwords and certificates is not considered a structural change. Refer to CLI variable interpolation for details.

To get a final YAML document one can apply desired changes once and save the result; however, over time it may become harder or just tedious to reapply these changes if base document changes. Additionally if it's necessary to have multiple slightly different changes on top of the base document for different teams existing editing tools may not be enough. To make such workflows easier you can encode a set of changes into one or more operations file.

A single operation represents a single change. An operations file is a YAML document that contains multiple operations that are to be applied serially to a different YAML document. Instead of storing all operations in a single file, they can be grouped logically into many operations files.

Several CLI commands such as create-env , deploy and interpolate allow to provide operations files via --ops-file flag to be applied before processing the document.

Example

Following is an operations file ( replace-name.yml ) with a single operation that replaces value of top level key name with a string other-cf :

Given base YAML document ( base.yml ):

Result of applying above operations file to the base YAML document would be:

That could be demonstrated with the help of bosh interpolate command whose purpose is to simply apply operations files to base document and print the result:

Each operation acts on a location within a YAML document. Path represents a location. It's important to note that path (location) does not represent what operation will be performed, just like lat long do not represent what happens at a physical location.

Here are some path examples:

All paths follow these rules:

Paths can have multiple components separated by a /

Paths always start at the root of the document with a /

String components typically refer to hash keys (ex: /key1 )

Integer components refer to array indices (ex: /0 , /-1 )

Array index selection could be affected via :prev and :next (as of CLI v2.0.40+)

Array insertion could be affected via :before and :after (as of CLI v2.0.40+)

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