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,
The following links and/or notes accompany the corresponding issue of DevOps'ish.
It is worth pointing out that the metrics based system I use to help write DevOps’ish has broken. I lost the ability to post to Twitter due to rate limiting of Tweets sent via IFTTT. I’m looking for a solution but, to be honest, I’d like to build an open source tool to handle my DIY Buffer using IFTTT. But, I don’t have the skills to do it nor the time, even if I did. If you’re interested in working on such a project, let me know.
Go Advent Introduction | Gopher Academy Blog
Disaster Recovery with GitOps – Red Hat OpenShift Blog
Identify Unintended Resource Access with AWS Identity and Access Management (IAM) Access Analyzer | AWS News Blog
Eric D. Schabell: Code Ready Containers - Getting Started with Process Automation in the Cloud
(2) Jessica Rose on Twitter: “Tech Twitter: 2019 is almost blessedly dead. What happened this year that you were proud of, or that’s left you with hope for 2020? RT for reach? Would love to see what positive things happened” / Twitter
Introducing a New Local Storage for Kubernetes: TopoLVM - Kintone Engineering Blog
A Technical Guide to Version Control System (VCS) Internals
Creating a Docker Image with GitHub Actions | Preston Lamb Consulting, LLC
Google - Site Reliability Engineering
Kubernetes Audit: Making Log Auditing a Viable Practice Again - Cloud Native Computing Foundation
Upcoming Linux 5.5 Kernel Improves Live Patching, Scheduling - The New Stack
5 Takeaways from KubeCon North America 2019 – Virtualization Review
Google Founders Larry Page and Sergey Brin to Step Down (GOOG) - Bloomberg
Best Practice for Creating Indexes on your MySQL Tables - High Scalability -
Monitoring and observability:
CentOS Community newsletter, December 2019 (#1912) – Blog.CentOS.org
Certified Kubernetes Administrator (CKA) — Tips and Tricks — Part 2
Finally: AWS Gives Servers A Real Shot In The Arm
Kubernetes: It’s Not Easy but What’s to Come? - The New Stack
Contribute Beyond Code: Open Source for Everyone | Gopher Academy Blog
The Reliability of Enterprise Applications - ACM Queue
Ephemeral Containers - Kubernetes
Netflix open-sources its Python Framework ‘Metaflow’ for building and managing data science projects | MarkTechPost
Two malicious Python libraries caught stealing SSH and GPG keys | ZDNet
Can You Know Too Much About Your Organization?
Microsoft: We’re creating a new Rust-like programming language for secure coding | ZDNet
Read the Arm 2020 Predictions Report - Arm Blueprint
Arduino Blog » Contributing back to Ansible — flexible secrets with some Sops
W3C Recommends WebAssembly to push the limits for speed, efficiency and responsiveness | W3C News
Building a ChatOps Bot With Tekton - dlorenc - Medium
CNCF TOC Governance Structure + Elections 2020 - Cloud Native Computing Foundation
FBI recommends that you keep your IoT devices on a separate network | ZDNet
Biggest Jobs Loss Since 2009 Tests Canadian Resolve on Rates - Bloomberg
Programmatically Kubernetes port forward in Go
Introducing Open Repos: a free product to aid open source development - GitClear
Five Things to Take Away From re:Invent 2019 – tecosystems
Microservices instrumentation · jbd.dev
Guinevere Saenger on Twitter: “After some exciting last minute docs wrangling, we’re headed into the Weekend Before The Release with green tests and awesome docs. Fingers crossed 🤞 and so excited for 1.17 on Monday! STAY TUNED for the last #Kubernetes release of 2019!” / Twitter
Former Oracle product manager says he was forced out for refusing to deceive customers. Now he’s suing the biz • The Register
Sponsor DevOps'ish and put your brand in front of thousands of highly skilled operators, maintainers, developers, and leaders from Amazon, Apple, Google, IBM, Intel, Microsoft, Red Hat, many of the Fortune 100, and beyond. Download the DevOps'ish Sponsorship Prospectus now!
Join the Conversation
Join / for a stream of news and content throughout the week. /devopsish