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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!
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The following links and/or notes accompany the corresponding issue of DevOps'ish.
Kubernetes configuration patterns, Part 2: Patterns for Kubernetes controllers - Red Hat Developer
OCI Distribution Specification v1.0 - Open Container Initiative
Red Hat open-sources StackRox Kubernetes security product • The Register
Audacity & MuseScore Announcement! | Audacity ®
Microsoft Buys Kinvolk To Bolster Azure Kubernetes Service and Azure Arc – Redmondmag.com
Codecov Breach: Lessons Learned from the CI Poisoning Attack
Experian exposes credit scores through unprotected API - SiliconANGLE
Okta completes $6.5B Auth0 acquisition | VentureBeat
Basic telemetry for the Audacity by crsib · Pull Request #835 · audacity/audacity
GitLab’s 10-day certification freebie offer lasted only two because, surprise surprise, people really like freebies • The Register
Istio / Use discovery selectors to configure namespaces for your Istio service mesh
A headroom so high you’ll never see it again | Riccardo Mori
Inside Red Hat’s StackRox acquisition to strengthen open hybrid cloud - SiliconANGLE
Google’s Resistance to Going Fully Remote Is Frustrating Employees
(113) Lessons Learned Adopting RHEL Container Tools: Podman, Buildah, Quay, Skopeo, Clair and S2I - YouTube
jonnylangefeld/kubectl-mc: Run kubectl commands against multiple clusters at once
predatorray/kubectl-tmux-exec: A kubectl plugin to control multiple pods simultaneously using Tmux
Grain: Your WebAssembly-First Programming Language - WebAssembly Summit 2021
Google’s Back to Office Plans - The New York Times
Apple brass discussed disclosing 128-million iPhone hack, then decided not to | Ars Technica
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