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DevOps’ish 204: Jassy’s New Jam, KubeCon EU for $10, WFH? Wait for vaccine, GCP lost $5.6B in 2020, cloud shells compared, Well switch my qubits! and more

This week’s biggest stories (my opinion): Email from Jeff Bezos to employees Jassy in charge of the juggernaut come Q3. Deserted Island DevOps 2021: Call for Speakers/Papers @ Sessionize.com I gotta hype this event. It was a very well done event last year. KubeCon EU Registration Now Open $10 for a limited time. The Next Cyberattack Is Already Under Way A few nits, but otherwise accurate. People Don’t Underestimate the Power of a Walk 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 →

115: CVE-2019-5736 runc vuln, You Can Fit So Much Kubernetes in this Newsletter, Liz Fong-Jones, MongoDB’s Demise, GPS epoch, DIY DBaaS, and More!

Last week, I enabled a workflow to automate more of the DevOps’ish process. One thing I did not test as a part of this workflow was link tracking. To be honest, I did not think it would matter. That assumption bit me hard. Within minutes, reports from readers came in saying Gmail was flagging the links in the e-mail as suspicious. As it turns out, disabling the link tracking also bypassed a bug in Mailchimp’s platform. Read more →