Free continuous delivery eBook from GoCD
This free reference guide will take you back to the basics. You’ll find visuals and definitions on key concepts and questions you need to answer about your teams to determine your readiness for continuous delivery. Download and share with your team. SPONSORED
All Things Open 2017
October 23 and 24, Raleigh, NC USA 2,500–3,000+ technologists will descend upon the City of Oaks to attend 200+ sessions from nearly as many speakers. Representative from nearly every major technology company in the U.S. will be in attendance as well. To get 20% off enter code DevOpsish20 when registering to attend. Website: https://allthingsopen.org To Register: https://allthingsopen.org/register-now
All Day DevOps, Live Online
October 24, 2017 When: October 24, 2017 (24 hours) Where: From your desktop, laptop, or mobile device Free Registration: All Day DevOps Registration (http://www.alldaydevops.com)
On October 24th, DevOps’ish will be supporting the Live Online All Day DevOps Conference. This is a 24-hour event with 5 simultaneous tracks, delivering 96 sessions and 4 keynotes in 38 time zones. Session tracks include Automated Security, CI/CD, Modern Infrastructure, DevOps in Government, and the Tech Crawl, where companies will take you behind the scenes of their DevOps working environments.
Woman in Tech of the Week (9/13/17): Nicole Forsgren, Chief Executive Officer and Chief Scientist, DevOps Research and Assessment
DevOpsDays Raleigh 2017 Book Club: As part of the Open Spaces at DevOpsDays Raleigh, the group decided to do a “Book Club” to share interesting books, podcasts, etc.
DevOps Insights: 9 Lessons from our Customers: Lessons directly from companies that have implemented the technologies, process and culture, and demonstrated significant impact to their businesses.
Serverless is cheaper, not simpler: There is no free lunch in a closed system: to gain a benefit something must be sacrificed. In technology, the most common currency to pay for benefits is “complexity”.
Why Dropbox decided to drop AWS and build its own infrastructure and network: A few years ago Dropbox decided it was going to move the majority of its infrastructure requirements from AWS into its own data centers.
Windows for Linux Nerds by Jessie Frazelle: The Windows NT kernel was designed from the beginning to support running POSIX, OS/2, and other subsystems.
ChaoSlingr: Introducing Security into Chaos Testing
On Disk IO, Part 2: More Flavours of IO: To get a complete picture about the tooling available on Linux, we need to cover a couple more things.
Oracle prepares to spin off Java EE to Eclipse Foundation: Oracle confirms it’s spinning Java EE to an open-source foundation with IBM and Red Hat’s support.
PostgreSQL workings in one picture: A graphical overview of Postgres ecosystem
Pain(less) NGINX Ingress: Lessons learned using the NGINX ingress controller in production.
From Docker Compose to Minikube: Some Learnings while running Kubernetes locally
cidranger: Fast IP to CIDR lookup in Golang
DevOps/Cloud Systems Engineer — StockX — Detroit, MI StockX is looking for an experienced Cloud Systems Engineer, or DevOps Engineer, to accelerate the efficiency of our engineering operations and implement scalable infrastructure. You must be passionate about automating all the things that go into software engineering and technical operations.
Director, Software Engineering — Bankrate — Detroit, MI A manager in an agile environment with strong technical skills. Collaborative leader who will understand our people, business, technology, and customers’ needs. Leader who helps drive our culture of empowerment, ownership, and accountability to help develop our team technically and professionally. Identify and successfully implement improvements in our engineering processes, tools, and architecture to enable us to deliver on our key initiatives.
Tweet of the Week
tfw everything is falling apart but you put on a brave face pic.twitter.com/YR9F9WLs8C— Tess Rinearson (@_tessr) September 14, 2017
I’m Chris Short, 20+ year veteran of the IT industry and 11 year veteran of the US Air Force. I help people and companies embrace DevOps practices and tools through writing and public speaking. I am a staunch advocate for transparency and open source solutions to problems. Follow me on Twitter!