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 Agile iteration: My unique onboarding experience at GitLab | GitLab Running Your Database On Kubernetes With KubeDB | Data Engineering Podcast Python at Netflix – Netflix TechBlog – Medium xkcd: Disk Usage Complexity Management and Security Compliance | 7 Diseases of DevOps containers/libpod: libpod is a library used to create container pods. Home of Podman. Keep Your Company’s Toxic Culture from Infecting Your Team On pain, careers, and doing things the hard way. – charity.wtf marbot - Monitoring EC2 Network Utilization Docker made itself popular with devs. Now it has to make itself essential for biz. But how? Ah ha! Pay-as-you-go enterprise features • The Register 5 tips to transition into a Kubernetes job | The Enterprisers Project What’s new in Calico v3.7 | Tigera Zuul and Kata Containers: OpenStack tosses top-level protonpacks to OS new cats • The Register Ann Arbor Tech Professionals: Call for Interviews – Cronicle Press Hackers went undetected in Citrix’s internal network for six months | TechCrunch Microsoft equips veterans in rehab with accessible Xbox controllers – GeekWire 8 ways your company can support and sustain open source | Opensource.com Rook v1.0 — A Major Milestone – Rook Blog Announcing odo: Developer-focused CLI for Red Hat OpenShift - Red Hat Developer Blog Using the force at the Linux command line | Opensource.com How to Stop Worrying About What Other People Think of You GitLab’s journey from Azure to GCP | GitLab Docker - Docker Hub Maintenance - May 2019
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