Every week I comb through 1000s of articles that get curated down to about 100 URLs eligible to be in
DevOps'ish. Those URLs land in a notes file that end up being source material for the newsletter. Being in that group of ~100 links is an achievement and should be lauded. In the immortal words of former US Vice President Joe Biden, " This is a big fscking deal."
It's a shame when I have to choose between having too many links or someone's special thing getting featured in the newsletter. Here's another chance to shine! As always, thank you for reading! —Chris
The following links and/or notes accompany the
corresponding issue of DevOps'ish. Notes WOA Issue 80 - Armv8 Collaboration Lessons learned with Gitlab Runner on Kubernetes – 90seconds – Medium Distributing with Distribution: Upcoming Changes to Helm Chart Repositories - Matt Fisher’s Blog Dissecting Kubernetes (K8s) - An Intro to Main Components Unsecured MongoDB databases expose Kremlin’s backdoor into Russian businesses | ZDNet 5 Microservices Trends to Watch in 2019 – Memory Leak – Medium One Jar To Rule Them All: DRY with Kubernetes Operator Framework Configuring HA Kubernetes cluster on bare metal servers with GlusterFS & MetalLB . 2⁄ 3 Scaling MySQL at SendGrid The evolution of L7, proxies, and microservices – Ambassador API Gateway GitHub hires Microsoft and Google veteran Shanku Niyogi as new product SVP - Business Insider Subscription required [LWN.net] Command Line Heroes - The Shorty Awards https://anthonylaiuppa.com/one-command/ Internet experiment goes wrong, takes down a bunch of Linux routers | ZDNet A few early marketing thoughts - Julia Evans NetApp Encrypted Credentials with Ansible Tower - thePub Red Hat’s Hidden Treasure - Avalia - Software Due Diligence jasoncharnes/run.rb: Run Ruby in the browser using WebAssembly Tribe of Hackers: Free PDF Version - Threatcare and put your brand in front of thousands of highly skilled operators, maintainers, developers, and leaders from across the Fortune 500, Silicon Valley, and beyond. Sponsor DevOps'ish Join the Conversation
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