First off, Happy Valentine’s Day. I hope you’re enjoying it as best you can.
This week I learned that an organization in the healthcare industry is working on a large project involving Kubernetes Pod Security Policies as a mainstay in their project. In case you haven’t heard, Pod Security Policies (PSPs) will begin the Kubernetes deprecation process in the 1.21 release. Kubernetes 1.21 releases on or about Thursday, April 8th, 2021.
Read more →This is quite clever.
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People One lone hero in production is not sustainable-not for you, not for high-functioning teams, and not for customers who depend on your service. Collaborate well by instrumenting observability from the very beginning, and enable more resilient teams to build more reliable systems sustainably.
In our guide, Developing a Culture of Observability, we lay out why o11y culture and tools go hand-in-hand.
Read more →Chef announced this week they were giving up on letting users have binaries for free. Instead, you now can have all the source code for free but, not any of the binaries. Adam Jacob cited one company as having already adopted this model; Red Hat (my employer, see disclaimer). It’s a rather dubious claim because this Free Software Product model, developed mostly by Adam Jacob in the past sixth months, definitely does not predate Red Hat.
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