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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.

Notes

Metric Based

Configuring Ansible | Enable Sysadmin

CloudBees Announces GUI For Jenkins X - TFiR: Open Source & Emerging Technologies

To cut down on bugs, Apple is changing how it develops its software | Ars Technica

Kubecon San Diego Takeaways

Microsoft Teams hits 20M daily users, up 50% in 4 months — here’s how that compares to rival Slack – GeekWire

How to deploy to any cloud using GitLab for GitOps | GitLab

Snyk Releases a Kubernetes-focused Container Security Platform - The New Stack

Canonical Finally Discovers “–no-install-recommends” Is Worthwhile For Docker - Phoronix

Docker courts developers, pledges to keep community and Captains afloat after Enterprise sale • DEVCLASS

Kubernetes Best Practices

Announcing Project Antrea - Open Source Kubernetes Networking - VMware Open Source Blog

Google promises to be good with Knative as it releases Cloud Run serverless containers • The Register

Introduction to GitOps with OpenShift – Red Hat OpenShift Blog

Composition over inheritance applied to Docker

Autopilot: an operator framework for building workflows on top of service mesh

5 Ways to Chaos Test Kubernetes - Container Journal

Tools for turning descriptions into diagrams – avdi.codes

New – Amazon EBS Fast Snapshot Restore (FSR) | AWS News Blog

Announcing Dive | Buoyant

VOGONS • View topic - Intel to remove all BIOS updates on November 22nd, 2019 from their website

CVE-2019-6477: TCP-pipelined queries can bypass tcp-clients limit - Security Advisories

Uncharted territory - discovering vulnerabilities in public Helm Charts | Snyk

HPE has only gone full Kubernetes, pops open new Container Platform • The Register

Pentesting Kubernetes with Kube-Hunter | Articles, Notes and Other Work by hcs0

How To Install Podman on Debian 109 - Computing for Geeks

Honk.ci

Cherry Picked

About — Deon

Leaks of NSA, CIA Tools Have Leveled Nation-State …

Kubernetes’ Long Road to Dual IPv4/IPv6 Support - The New Stack

Google’s Migrate for Anthos service is now generally available - SiliconANGLE

(18) Guin lost her voice at kubecon on Twitter: “me: One day I’ll be old and I’ll tell my granddaughter about the bad old days when I had the women’s bathroom at a tech conference all to myself. Future Granddaughter: Oma, what’s a “women’s bathroom?”” / Twitter

Starlink Satellites Posing Issues For Astronomers | Hackaday

New Kubernetes Book Asking for Feedback - General Discussions - Discuss Kubernetes

Slack’s new WYSIWYG input box is really terrible – Arthur O’Dwyer – Stuff mostly about C++

Announcing JFrog Container Registry | JFrog

OpenShift Hive: Cluster-as-a-Service – Red Hat OpenShift Blog


Notes for this weeks issue are available here: Notes

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