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DevOps’ish 224 Notes


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.

Notes

5 GitHub Projects to make you a better DevOps Engineer ⚡ - DEV Community

Ask an OpenShift Admin Office Hour - SSL Certificates and OpenShift

[What’s New] OpenShift 4.8 [Jun-2021] - YouTube

Microsoft Announces Windows 11: New UI, Productivity and Gaming Features | Tom’s Hardware

https://twitter.com/CloudNativeFdn/status/1407720966600470528

“I’m totally screwed.” WD My Book Live users wake up to find their data deleted | Ars Technica

Leaked Amazon Documents Reveal Pivot Program Stacked Against Employees

U.S. SEC probing SolarWinds clients over cyber breach disclosures -sources | Reuters

Sony Wins Pirate Site Blocking Order Against DNS-Resolver Quad9 (Updated) * TorrentFreak

Database Architects: What Every Programmer Should Know About SSDs

AWS welcomes Wickr to the team | AWS Security Blog

Cloud Native Threat Report: How Quickly Will You Be Attacked?

An internal code repo used by New York State’s IT office was exposed online | TechCrunch

The efforts to make text-based AI less racist and terrible | Ars Technica

Internal Amazon documents shed light on how company pressures out 6% of office workers | The Seattle Times

A hacker tried to poison a Calif. water supply. It was as easy as entering a password.

Writing a Controller for Pod Labels | Kubernetes

The Lazarus heist: How North Korea almost pulled off a billion-dollar hack - BBC News

VMs were a fad fit for the Great Recession. Containers’ time has finally come • The Register

Everyone wants to invest in open-source startups now | TechCrunch

New Nobelium activity – Microsoft Security Response Center

FeedBurner goes into “maintenance mode” in July (Update your email or RSS subscriptions) - Liliputing

https://twitter.com/lusis/status/1408462986440753155?s=12

Microsoft CEO Satya Nadella on the business of Windows - The Verge

129 Dell models, including Secured-core PCs, vulnerable to new firmware flaws - The Record by Recorded Future

oss-security - [CVE-2021-33624] Linux kernel BPF protection against speculative execution attacks can be bypassed to read arbitrary kernel memory

Chris’s Wiki :: blog/programming/GoAndDeprecatingGoGet

One-Click Exploit Could Have Let Attackers Hijack Any Atlassian Account

Serverless is the new LAMP stack | LeadDev

What we learned when tech companies shared DEI initiatives

MySQL on Kubernetes with GitOps - Percona Database Performance Blog

The Time to Dismantle the Racial Structures That Pervade Global Science Is Now - Scientific American

Time Management Won’t Save You

Cyber insurance market faces a reckoning as losses pile up - The Record by Recorded Future

NVIDIA Jetson Chipsets Found Vulnerable to High-severity Flaws

The ritual of the deploy · Vicki Boykis

Join  the OpenShift Team, We’re Hiring!

Learn curl – Letters To A New Developer

Sundar Pichai Faces Internal Criticism at Google - The New York Times

Google’s messaging mess: a timeline - The Verge

Drought-stricken communities push back against data centers


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