DevOps'ish

Cloud Native, DevOps, GitOps, Open Source, industry news, culture, and the ‘ish between.

DevOps’ish 242: Automation transforms jobs, be directive without being a jerk, YAML strikes again, GitHub CEO change, Dell spins out VMware, Grace Hopper Explains the Nanosecond, Kubernetes tools galore, and more

Note: The Notes file this week is DEFINITELY worth looking at this week too. The people have spoken. DevOps’ish won’t be changing its name any time soon. I received a lot of great feedback; thank you for that. As I’m writing this, I can feel the effects of my COVID-19 booster kicking in. The joint pain is the tell for me. Max received his first shot today too. He and I will be pretty sore in the morning. Read more β†’

DevOps’ish 241: REvil roasted, exfil with eBPF, stop your standups, find your coding font, VSCode in browser, and more

Happy Halloween πŸŽƒπŸ’€πŸ‘» I started my new role as a Senior Developer Advocate on the AWS Kubernetes team this week. Working for the second largest employer in the United States and the #1 cloud in the world is an extremely interesting dynamic. I’m adapting slowly but surely to the scale. It has a surprisingly familiar feel. I guess that’s what happens when one of your friends brings you in. But, I also have so many friends at AWS and Amazon too. Read more β†’

DevOps’ish 215: Prepping for KubeCon, we’re languishing, CodeCov debacle, Signal slashes Cellebrite, not so Golden Gophers, ARM deal halted, Kubernetes Gateway API, and more

Two weeks before KubeCon EU and the work is ramping up quickly. If you haven’t gotten your tickets yet, grab yours today. As always, if you are underrepresented in tech and still need a ticket, let me know. I will be busy next week prepping for a flip to Central European Summer Time with a lot going on. On May 3rd, I will be mc’ing GitOps Con. It’s going to be awesome. Read more β†’

DevOps’ish 191

As written for my website, a version of which is also here. I woke Sunday morning to some very sad news. We’ve had a tragic loss in the cloud native community. Last weekend we lost Dan Kohn. Dan Kohn is the former Executive Director of Cloud Native Computing Foundation and was leading up COVID-19 response for the Linux Foundation. He passed away after losing his battle with stage four colon cancer. Read more β†’