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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.

DevOps’ish Last Week’s Top Ten

  1. Remove Richard Stallman
  2. My top 25 items in a senior engineer’s checklist
  3. 8 Things Leaders Do That Make Employees Quit
  4. 17 Reasons NOT To Be A Manager
  5. If you’re not using SSH certificates you’re doing SSH wrong
  6. Modern applications at AWS
  7. Mistake that cost thousands (Kubernetes, GKE)
  8. Kubernetes co-founder Craig McLuckie is as tired of talking about Kubernetes as you are
  9. JPMorgan’s Athena has 35 million lines of Python code, and won’t be updated to Python 3 in time
  10. Kubernetes Patterns - Declarative Deployments

Notes

Modern monitoring - YLD Blog - Medium

Traefik 2.0 - containous

DNS and the Art of Making Systems “Just Complex Enough”

cloud-bulldozer/ripsaw: The Chuck Norris of cloud benchmarks

GitHub Becomes CVE Numbering Authority, Acquires Semmle

Defragmenting the kernel development process [LWN.net]

Google Cloud Expands Its Managed Kubernetes Service Anthos with Serverless, Service Mesh - The New Stack

DevOps Chat: Splunk Moves Into Microservices With Omnition Buy - DevOps.com

Istio Routing Basics | Tigera

The Sandy Bridge Core i7 3960X Benchmarked Against Today’s Six-Core / 12 Thread AMD/Intel CPUs - Phoronix

Easing into automation with Ansible | Enable Sysadmin

Deploying a Kubernetes Sandbox on VMware with Terraform - VIRTUALIZATION IS LIFE!

muesli/beehive: A flexible event/agent & automation system with lots of bees 🐝

Github Actions That Commit to Github · garethr.dev

ngs/go-release.action: Automate publishing Go build artifacts for GitHub releases through GitHub Actions

Linux_5.3 - Linux Kernel Newbies

awslabs/aws-multi-account-viewer: Serverless app designed for any customer with two or more accounts to view resources across accounts/regions in simple single pane of glass website

Terraform with multiple workspaces and environments | Dan Moore!

Announcing $268 million in Series E funding | GitLab

Introducing the Gruntwork Production Deployment Guides

How Adam Neumann’s Over-the-Top Style Built WeWork. ‘This Is Not the Way Everybody Behaves.’ - WSJ

Chef’s Position on Customer Engagement in the Public and Private Sectors - Chef Blog

v0.14 Release - Open Policy Agent

The Internet Relies on People Working for Free - OneZero

devedmonton/heyburrito

jantman/awslimitchecker: A script and python module to check your AWS service limits and usage via boto.

How to teach (yourself) computer programming - tudor’s blog

Richard M. Stallman resigns — Free Software Foundation — working together for free software

Computer Scientist Richard Stallman Resigns From MIT Over Epstein Comments - VICE

Cisco Is Said to Have Offered $7 Billion-Plus for DataDog - Bloomberg

A reflection on the departure of RMS - Thomas Bushnell, BSG - Medium

Decentralization is more appealing in theory than in reality – Blog FiascoBlog Fiasco

[ANNOUNCE] Security release of kubectl versions v1.16.0 / 1.15.4 / 1.14.7 and 1.13.11 - CVE-2019-11251 - Google Groups

How to Overcome Resistance to DevOps Implementation - DevOps.com

Blog | Kubermatic Container Engine

Pinterest’s Journey to a Kubernetes Platform

Kubernetes 1.16: A big step for CRDs, kubectl and Container Storage Interface – Red Hat OpenShift Blog


Notes for this weeks issue are available here: Notes

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