The Cloudify Awesome Sauce Monthly DevOps Roundup | October 2016
October was a packed month, with news about partnerships, DDoS attacks, and some Halloween fun. We tried to pare it down so it’s not too cumbersome, but there are some very interesting DevOps articles, Git repos, and more in this month’s roundup. We hope you enjoy it!
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Noms is a decentralized database based on ideas from Git.
ChaosMonkey 2.0 is a resiliency tool that helps applications tolerate random instance failures. – read more
A simple command line interface for the Mac App Store.
Records and reproduces user’s in-page behavior.
Automatic extraction of relevant features from time series.
The Ops Identity Crisis
Operations for software developers for beginners
The Accidental DBA
VMware Cloud on AWS
“DevOps is a management problem”
Hacked Cameras, DVRs Powered Today’s Massive Internet Outage
Switching clouds: What Spotify learned when it swapped AWS for Google’s cloud
Red Hat and Ericsson sign open source deal
Introducing Pivotal Cloud Foundry on Google Cloud Platform
AWS In Government: Risks, Myths, and Misconceptions
Containers are a lie
octocatalog-diff: GitHub’s Puppet development and testing tool
How kubeadm Initializes Your Kubernetes Master
How Twitch uses PostgreSQL
GitLab reinstates list of servers that have malware
It’s time to reconsider going on-prem
Red Hat Launches First Open Source Release of Ansible Galaxy
Orchestrating Docker 1.12 Swarm
Building a Shop with Sub-Second Page Loads: Lessons Learned
Secret Management with Vault
The SaaS CTO Security Checklist
Docker Networking Fundamentals
About Varnish – Reverse HTTP proxy and more
Cloud computing comparison engine
CVE-2016-5195 – Dirty Cow Vulnerability
Amazon Web Services — a practical guide
- Operating Systems Running in My House (xkcd)
Career Flowchart for SysAdmins
thefuck example (thefuck is an app which corrects your previous console command)
Carved something scary into pumpkin cc/ @jamesiry @databricks (office jackolantern) pic.twitter.com/sqiNaYGDQy
— Heather Miller (@heathercmiller) October 27, 2014
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