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DevOps’ish 234: Giving up on reopen dates, containers everywhere, Epic v. Apple, OWASP Top 10 changes, Kubernetes troubleshooting, Podman, and more

People Microsoft gives up predicting when its US offices will fully reopen And every other company should too. We just don’t know when they’ll reopen and constantly re-picking dates just to change them later seems silly. A Non-Tech Explanation of Containers and Kubernetes Through this simple analogy by 451 Research, get a better understanding of virtualization, containers, and Kubernetes. Learn the differences between these big topics and the role of each in a multicloud future. Read more →

DevOps’ish 204: Jassy’s New Jam, KubeCon EU for $10, WFH? Wait for vaccine, GCP lost $5.6B in 2020, cloud shells compared, Well switch my qubits! and more

This week’s biggest stories (my opinion): Email from Jeff Bezos to employees Jassy in charge of the juggernaut come Q3. Deserted Island DevOps 2021: Call for Speakers/Papers @ Sessionize.com I gotta hype this event. It was a very well done event last year. KubeCon EU Registration Now Open $10 for a limited time. The Next Cyberattack Is Already Under Way A few nits, but otherwise accurate. People Don’t Underestimate the Power of a Walk Read more →

DevOps’ish 195

A few themes to this week’s news are worth discussing here in the newsletter’s introduction to give folks a clearer picture of each topic. We’ll tackle them in the same People, Process, and Tools format DevOps’ish uses (which are the three core components of DevOps, in order of importance). Surprisingly, I have to explain the Tools section of the news the most because it involves one of the world’s most toxic companies, Docker. Read more →