DevOps'ish

DevOps, Cloud Native, Open Source, and the ‘ish in between.

108: Stats, Emily Freeman, IPOs, Kubernetes Future, Go, and More

Since this is the last newsletter of the year, I wanted to provide some stats on how DevOps’ish did in 2018. Thank you, readers, for making DevOps’ish one of the best damn newsletters on the planet! I wish you all the best in 2019. Note: All stats are for 2018 only (source, MailChimp) Subscribers Added: 1,713 Number of Emails Sent: 89,402 Total Opens: 85,789 Total Clicks: 99,093 Unique Opens: 45,729 Unique Clicks: 22,442 Open Rate: 51. Read more →

107: KubeCon Recap, Larry Ellison, China Hacking, Kubernetes Security, and More

As mentioned last week, I was able to finish my KubeCon + CloudNativeCon NA 2018 recap this week. It’s not an exhaustive list of things I did but, it covers the big ones. One point of emphasis for me was to assess the physical toil I managed along the way. It’s important to note that life doesn’t stop because you’re at a conference. Videos from the Kubernetes Contributor Summit are now available too. Read more →

Various pictures taken by Chris Short during KubeCon + CloudNativeCon NA 2018

106: KubeKhan, KubeCon, AWS Container Roadmap, etcd, More Weird Licenses, Securing Kubernetes, JFrog Go Registry, and More!

These are some highlights from an e-mail I sent to my colleagues in my business unit titled, “KubeCon + CloudNativeCon NA 2018 Recap” “I attended KubeCon + CloudNativeCon NA 2018 in Seattle this week. Full disclosure, I was there Sunday through Wednesday morning then flew to RDU for meetings. I made the most of being there. I wore four hats this trip: Ansible PMM, OpenShift Advocate, opensource.com Community Moderator, and CNCF Ambassador. Read more →

105: Two Years 🎂, #KubeKhan, CVE-2018-1002105, State of k8s, vim, and More!

DevOps’ish turns two this week. Started on 2016-12-11 as a Medium publication, with an epoch for a subject line, only 632 characters, and no images to be found. A lot has changed but, a lot has stayed the same too. There’s no image again but, it’s not on Medium anymore. There’s a ton of news but, it’s still sourced by me. There’s more people reading and giving feedback but, I’m still grateful for every one of you. Read more →

104: AWS (roasting Oracle), Kubernetes, Open Source in 2018, Oh… Google, Breaches, and More

Did you know that Chef had layoffs? I heard but I didn’t think much of it. This week I got a text from Chris Bailey who told me another friend got laid off from Chef. Well, that sucks. But, wait, I can do something about that, right? I’d like to introduce you to Mark Mzyk (LinkedIn | Twitter). Mark is an, “Engineering Manager looking for his next thing.” Mark handed over Triangle DevOps to Chris Bailey and I. Read more →