DevOps'ish

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DevOps’ish 211: He who was mentioned in DevOps’ish 145, OpenSSL updates, New AWS CEO, Apple linked to Chinese tracking apps, 92% of all on-premises Microsoft Exchange servers patched, TSMC, coffee shortage, and more

Well, what’s it like living in the last throes of the Free Software Foundation (FSF)? Many companies came out against the FSF’s recent decision to re-add he who was mentioned in DevOps’ish 145. Red Hat probably gave the most scathing repudiation. I can think of no worse strategy than bringing back someone who for so long abused, criticized, belittled, harassed, and bullied the people (especially women) around them. I used to support FSF and only did so after he who was mentioned in DevOps’ish 145 (droves of others are denouncing the decision too). Read more →

162: kubectl tree, SHA-1, Pulse Secure VPN vulnerability, data gravity, Falco, eBPF, Bash-my-AWS, and more

It felt like security dominated the news this week. A Pulse Secure VPN vulnerability is getting exploited. SHA-1 is effectively busted now. Firefox exploits need patching too. Meanwhile, Kubernetes news abounds with new talks, tools, and tips. Enjoy some other awesome deep dives, stories, and posts from across the industry too. Have a great week! Events DeliveryConf Seattle, WA January 21-22, 2020 DELIVERY|CONF 2020 is being held to give people a place to get deeper technical information about Continuous Integration (CI) and Continuous Delivery (CD). Read more →