DevOps'ish

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

Docker Hub breach impacting at least 190,000 accounts

125: Docker Hub Breach, Drupal in Kubernetes, Localize Kubernetes, Get Into Open Source, Apple’s AWS Bill, Hertz Sues Accenture, and Much More

NOTE: Please read my Disclaimer before breaking out the tar and feathers. What a series of unfortunate events for Docker in 2019. In what appeared to be a massive talent flush due to what looks like a potential earnings miss, the Great Docker Culling of 2019 happened. Docker appears to have laid off the vast majority of its well-known talent. Andrea Luzzardi, Sam Alba, and Gareth Rushgrove are among a slew of recent Docker layoffs discussed in this newsletter earlier this year. Read more →

124: Kubernetes Tools, Google Anthos and Cloud Run, Fenrir for Serverless, Five Abstractions Make an Inception, Ports on Linux, and More

I hope you had a wonderful week and are looking forward to the week ahead. I have been heads down working on Red Hat Summit work, upcoming releases, and trying to properly define DevOps this week. But, it has left me little time to really think about solving new problems. What do you do when you have complex problems to solve but only short bursts of time to work on them in? Read more →

123: Kubernetes, DevOps Pipelines, Trolls & Corporate Liability, How to Get Into SRE, Hannah Montana Linux, and More

I received my first credible death threat from someone over the internet when I was eighteen (I was working for an ISP and had to cancel an account for terms violations). No one knew what to do then. A few years later, I referred a credible threat to the FBI for investigation (Muslim extremists). No one knew what I should do then either. A few months ago, a Twitter troll hounded my personal and several corporate accounts FOR DAYS. Read more →