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DevOps’ish 224: Take your time off, Bryan Liles on a mission, John McAfee dead, Dell SupportAssist assisting the wrong people, AWS DNS hijack, Istio 1.10, Intel to make RISC-V chips, and more

Let me be someone to remind you to take some time off (if you can). As a family, we had many lessons learned from not being in our daily routines, setting, or location. This whole month has been a lot of optimizations in our household. All these learned from being outside our sixteen-month grooves. For example, I confirmed I needed glasses after a persistent headache went away then came back when I went back to work. Read more →

165: Change at IBM and Red Hat, flaunt your Kubernetes knowledge, WireGuard, Tailscale, Azure, nmap, podman, and more

A change at the helms of IBM and Red Hat are occurring in April (IBM press release). Ginni Rometty is retiring (after a short period as Executive Chairman). Ginny is the only woman to have ever led IBM which is a feat all by itself. She had the unenviable job of leading IBM out of its funk too. IBM had really good numbers this quarter. Whether that continues remains to be seen but, it’s noteworthy that it happened under Ginny’s watch. Read more →

162: kubectl tree, SHA-1, Pulse Secure VPN vulnerability, data gravity, Falco, eBPF, Bash-my-AWS, and more

It felt like security dominated the news this week. A Pulse Secure VPN vulnerability is getting exploited. SHA-1 is effectively busted now. Firefox exploits need patching too. Meanwhile, Kubernetes news abounds with new talks, tools, and tips. Enjoy some other awesome deep dives, stories, and posts from across the industry too. Have a great week! Events DeliveryConf Seattle, WA January 21-22, 2020 DELIVERY|CONF 2020 is being held to give people a place to get deeper technical information about Continuous Integration (CI) and Continuous Delivery (CD). Read more →