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.


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

Your Board Needs a People Committee

How to Hire Someone You’ve Never Met in Person