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DevOps’ish 228: Natural disasters, GitOps with Codefresh, NSO Group, MeteorExpress, Linkerd, Kubernetes 1.22, TSMC’s 2nm chips, cloud outposts, and more

At 8:13 PM last Saturday, the family and I were gathered in our basement, evading a tornado warning that came through the area. The storm spawned three tornadoes. Luckily, we weren’t hit directly. But we lost power, internet, and cell service. After getting the all-clear and assessing the situation, it was clear that we would be without power for quite a few hours. Making a newsletter last week wasn’t happening. Read more →

DevOps’ish 221: On the passing of Peeyush Gupta, Apple employees balk at return to office plans, 1:1 with CNCF’s Priyanka Sharma, StackOverflow acquired, Flux, Argo, HTTP 3, and more

The Cloud Native community lost a great person; Peeyush Gupta. He leaves behind a wife and 10-month old child. His employer, Digital Ocean, and the Kubernetes community are trying very hard to make that that mother and child will not be as devastated. I beg of you, please donate to the Peeyush Gupta: Family Education Fund. If half the DevOps’ish readership gave $25, we’ll hit the current goal of Rs. Read more →

DevOps’ish 199: Women are better leaders in crisis, 97 Things Every Cloud Engineer Should Know, Merging Microservices Back Into The Monolith, Why are my tests so slow?, and more

Note: If you’re reading this, you’re winning. You beat 2020. Also, the DevOps’ish Solarwinds supply chain compromise Index has been updated. I was talking to DevOps’ish readers a bit this week. One reader, in particular, has mentioned in the past that they’d be willing to help put the newsletter together when I’m recovering from surgeries or need a day off. This morning I sat down to get a headstart on the newsletter and realized I should instead work on a checklist or HOWTO or whatever it would end up getting called. Read more →

DevOps’ish 173

The impact of the coronavirus hit the tech events industry hard this week. In a shocking move on Tuesday, O’Reilly announced it has immediately ceased all in-person events. To add insult to injury, O’Reilly laid off their entire events staff during a pandemic. To make matters worse, under US law, they’ll get only a week of health insurance benefits, meager support for COBRA (super expensive health insurance), and any severance is based solely on tenure. Read more →