The Cloudify Awesome Sauce Monthly DevOps Roundup | September 2016
I must apologize, first of all, for not managing to produce an August 2016 awesome sauce roundup, but, we’re coming back strong with this packed September issue (plus we added DevOps to the title!).
As always – enjoy!
Join our Kubernetes webinar – Moving Monoliths to Microservices. Go
Vitess is a database clustering system for horizontal scaling of MySQL. http://vitess.io
Vulnerability scanner for Linux/FreeBSD, agentless, written in Go
Goad is an AWS Lambda powered, highly distributed, load testing tool https://goad.io
Pure text, CSS only, font independent, inline loading indicators http://tawian.io/text-spinners
awesome cheatsheet (A cheatsheet of cheatsheets)
Everything awesome related to npm scripts and using npm as a build tool.
Serverless Framework – Build web, mobile and IoT applications with serverless architectures using AWS Lambda, Azure Functions, Google CloudFunctions & more! – http://www.serverless.com
Microservices – Please, don’t
The Dollar Shave Club Architecture Unilever Bought For $1 Billion
On designing and deploying internet-scale services
How to Worry Less About Being a Bad Programmer
Techniques and Tools for Better Serverless API Logging with Amazon API Gateway and AWS Lambda
Upgrade your SSH keys!
Introducing Docker For Windows Server 2016
Windows 10 will soon run Edge in a virtual machine to keep you safe/a>
Introducing the GitHub Load Balancer
This Old-Ass Commodore 64 Is Still Being Used to Run an Auto Shop in Poland
Microsoft Bets Its Future on a Reprogrammable Computer Chip
How to Crash Systemd in One Tweet
Why we use Terraform and not Chef, Puppet, Ansible, SaltStack, or CloudFormation
Here’s How We Embedded Python Into Our CLI Download Packages
Google Cloud Platform sets a course for new horizons
Career Roadmap: Making a career in DevOps
Advancing in the Bash Shell
A whole new GitHub Universe: announcing new tools, forums, and features
Five Months of Kubernetes – This is how we used Kubernetes to power our continuous delivery pipeline.
Evernote moves its infrastructure to Google Cloud Platform
A complete daily plan for studying to become a Google software engineer.
Container Orchestration – Kubernetes, Swarm, and beyond
Illustrated Guide To Kubernetes Networking
Orchestrating a Docker Swarm Cluster on OpenStack
Wireless Passwords From Airports And Lounges Around The World
Rebase and merge pull requests
DHCPLB: An open source load balancer
- The Two States of Every Programmer
IPv6 Wall of Shame – 65% of the top 124 websites don’t support IPv6 yet
Datacenter Scale (xkcd)
When angry programmer gets error
Life of a developer
My dad is a programmer
Cargo culters built runways to attract planes and their cargo. Idiots. You need enterprise software ads to build an airport.
— Corey Quinn (@QuinnyPig) September 3, 2016