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DevOps’ish 205: Kubernetes Pod Security Policy Deprecation, open source skills are crucial, harms of large language models, Supermicro, water plant breach, VSCode repo FUD, and more

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 β†’

DevOps’ish 188

We kinda went down a rabbit hole this week when I suggested folks check out yq, “The aim of the project is to be the jq or sed of yaml files.” First, there’s nothing wrong with this project. I like it, I find the tool useful, and that’s that. But the great debate started over our lord and savior, YAML. Yeah, I know, XML vs. JSON vs. YAML vs. TOML vs. Read more β†’

DevOps’ish 178: Return of the G

Welcome! DevOps’ish is back. What did the hiatus look like? Why did it need to happen at all? Like fixing an airplane while it’s in-flight, It’s hard assessing a problem while you’re in the middle of creating it. COVID-19 is just the sort of thing that the world turned upside down enough that I needed to take a break to reassess how to do the newsletter, in general. Meanwhile, sponsorships wholly dried up (for five weeks). Read more β†’