The Cloudify Awesome Sauce Monthly Roundup | December 2015
We’re continuing the tradition of a roundup of excellent stuff we happened upon on the interwebs – from tools, to repos, to blog posts. As it so happens, there are some months with more interesting stuff to read, and others with better repos. This month I just happened upon really awesome content and articles – some useful repos – less humor, and a few other goodies.
Some of these gems have been around, but in case you missed them…but I hope you find some of it useful.
Cloudify – gluing it all together since 1843. Check it out. Go
Following the very tragic story around Ian Murdock’s unfortunate suicide, I’ll start with a solemn and sad tribute to his passing. As his last dying wish, he hoped to expose police brutality he experienced. Below you’ll find his last tweets, deleted since his suicide, and some of the outpouring of *love* from the Linux community around the world.
- Debian mourns the passing of Ian Murdock
- In Memoriam: Ian Murdock
- The raw paste of his twitter feed before his suicide.
pre-commit: A framework for managing and maintaining multi-language pre-commit hooks by Yelp
Two excellent ones from Google – git-appraise: Distributed code review system for Git repos. And styleguide: Style guides for Google-originated open-source projects
pipecat Connect UNIX pipes and message queues
bitbar Put the output from any script in your Mac OS X Menu Bar
#tools / utils
InfluxDB launched the new TICK stack – a PLATFORM for time-series data, comprised of Telegraf, InfluxDB, Chronograf, and Kapacitor. Looks ambitious and awesome!
GitLab 8.3 Released
Draw AWS diagrams with Cloudcraft
TLDR pages – Simplified and community-driven man pages
Sharing my bash/python scripts/articles, they might be of use to you
Docker and Containers: Do you want to design beautiful apps?
THE HARDEST, SHORTEST, LESSON BECOMING A MANAGER
Day 15 – Fear and Loathing in Systems Administration
Choose design over architecture
basic infrastructure patterns
Profiling Python in Production – How We Reduced CPU Usage by 80% through Python Profiling
Getting Started with Docker: Simplifying Devops
What The Hell Is DevOps?
32C3 CTF: Docker writeup
How a bug in Visual Studio 2015 exposed my source code on GitHub and cost me $6,500 in a few hours
Washington Department of Corrections has been making mistakes in calculating sentences since 2002, resulting in thousands of inmates leaving prison early
Outage due to Elasticsearch’s flexibility and our carelessness