Every week I comb through 1000s of articles that get curated down to somewhere between 60 to 100 URLs eligible for DevOps'ish. Those URLs land in this notes file that ends up being source material for the newsletter. Being in that group of links is an achievement of its own and should be lauded.

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 Short

The following links and/or notes accompany the corresponding issue of DevOps'ish.


Run a consistent serverless platform with GitLab and Knative | GitLab

Rook v1.0 — A Major Milestone – Rook Blog

GitHub Package Registry: Your packages, at home with their code

TLS 1.3 is going to save us all, and why IoT is still insecure

Anaconda’s Response to DataCamp’s CEO and Board of Directors - Anaconda

Validating Cue Kubernetes Configuration with Kubeval · garethr.dev

Rule-Driven Automation on Kubernetes with Autopilot Monitoring | Altoros

Complete Penetration Testing & Hacking Tools List - Haxf4rall

Deepening the Google Cloud and Red Hat collaboration with Red Hat Enterprise Linux 8 Certification | Google Cloud Blog

Embracing context propagation – JaegerTracing – Medium

Uber, Google, IBM, and others join Urban Computing Foundation to create tools for ‘cities of tomorrow’ | VentureBeat

My Mother’s Daughter and Developer Relations

Introducing now dev – Serverless, on localhost - ZEIT

First-time Mentor? Here are some tips. – Swarna – Medium

Windows 10 Is Getting a Built-in Linux Kernel

Kubernetes: Core Concepts - Cloud Native Computing Foundation

Kubernetes Failure Stories

Story of a Hundred Vulnerable Jenkins Plugins

Anatomy of a Cascading Failure - Honeycomb

Migrating 23TB from S3 to B2 in just 7 hours - Company Blog - Nodecraft

Kubernetes Co-Creator Brendan Burns: Lessons Learned Monitoring Cloud Native Systems | Grafana Labs Blog

What, no Python in Red Hat Enterprise Linux 8? - Red Hat Developer Blog

How do you visualise dependencies in your Kubernetes YAML files?

Measuring MySQL Performance in Kubernetes - Percona Database Performance Blog

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