DevOps’ish Last Week’s Top Five Git Cheatsheet WeWTF Learn Kubernetes during your Coffee Break - Kubernetes Camp It’s not always true, but sometimes it is true. walmartlabs/kubeman See the top ten →
Events Event season is upon us but the good news is DevOps’ish has discounts to some of the hottest events this year.
PagerDuty Summit 2019 is Sept 23-25 in San Francisco. It’s three days of interactive workshops, keynotes, and breakouts with topics focusing on cutting edge incident response techniques, resilience engineering, managing team health, continuous improvement, DevSecOps, machine learning, and other intersections with real-time operations.
Read more →I wrote something this week on Twitter that I’d like to dive a little deeper into. “I see Kubernetes as an opportunity for Ops folks to reach across the DevOps divides and help Devs understand what concepts Ops has wrangled with every day around DNS, networking, infrastructure, etc. Kubernetes is a tool that could improve collaboration along logical boundaries.”
Google’s SRE culture influenced their use of containers and vice versa.
Read more →This Monday (2019-08-19) will be my first day as Principal Technical Marketing Manager on the Cloud Platforms team at Red Hat. What does that mean? OpenShift (a lot of OpenShift), Kubernetes, containers, Operators, and all the associated bits will be my day job. Helping folks help themselves with technology is still and always will be the name of my game. But, working full time in the Kubernetes or cloud native ecosystem was a 2020 goal.
Read more →A challenging week due to my injuries. I’ll be down for the count Monday afternoon to help. I’ll hopefully be back at normal operating happiness by Thursday. I’ll have some personal news to share next week.
DevOps’ish Last Week’s Top Five CapitalOne’s CapitalTwo Day Learn a little jq, awk and sed The Technical Side of the Capital One AWS Security Breach The inevitability of K8s: Pivotal CEO describes the pain and benefits of technology transition Why Kubernetes will disappear Events Event season is picking up again
Read more →DevOps’ish Last Week’s Top Five xkcd: Spreadsheets 9 people for sysadmins to follow on Twitter Goodbye Docker: Purging is Such Sweet Sorrow Decoupling database migrations from server startup: why and how Kubernetes and Containers Best Practices - Health Probes People X-Team Is Hiring a Team of DevOps Engineers (Remote)
We are looking for passionate DevOps engineers to work with the world’s leading brands, from anywhere. We love to work with Kubernetes, Docker, Serverless, and AWS tools.
Read more →Let’s talk about JEDI. Not the lightsaber wielding kind, it’s US Department of Defense’s Joint Enterprise Defense Infrastructure (JEDI) kind. JEDI is a $10 billion, single-award, indefinite delivery, indefinite quantity contract for the largest Department in the US government’s cloud business. The competition had been whittled down to AWS and Azure but, Oracle has been pitching a Larry Ellison sized fit over it. Actually, Oracle has protested JEDI’s selection process almost since its inception.
Read more →It’s a big newsletter this week and I’ve made a lot of notes so let’s get to it!
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Read more →Q&A: IBM’s Landmark Acquisition of Red Hat. It is done. Aside from extra meetings from too many Red Hat folks, I have seen zero change. I’d like to talk more about the whole acquisition process from my point of view since it was announced, at some point. Overall, from my perspective, the process was smooth. I commend Red Hat and IBM leadership for keeping the chaos to a minimum. Here’s to next week and hopefully fewer meetings!
Read more →I was on PTO this week. I was working on a number of side projects and issues I’ve been trying to resolve for quite some time. This includes soft launching a podcast! Deep Cuts is a podcast that looks at the news behind the news. Things that were significant but didn’t make the newsletter for one reason or another. Prepare to embrace People, Process, and Tools in your ear holes.
Read more →I spent a lot of time this week struggling with an odd problem. How do you make a multicloud platform without having to do a ton of work? I was trying to figure out why it’s so damn hard to get a multicloud platform going. People want this for various reasons but, struggle with it. Why? What was I trying to do? Host the DevOps’ish web site where it was less likely to be blocked based on a visitor’s geography.
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