Intro

Hello! I’m Chris Short, editor of DevOps’ish. Every week I read hundreds of articles, blogs, papers, and stories that end up generating a newsletter. But, after two years of writing a newsletter about DevOps, Cloud Native, and Open Source technologies, there ends up being a lot of stories left on the cutting room floor every week.

DevOps’ish Deep Cuts is a podcast that looks at the news behind the news. Things that were significant but didn’t make the newsletter for one reason or another. Prepare to embrace People, Process, and Tools in your ear holes.

This week I go over notes from DevOps’ish 134: Kubernetes Security, multicloud marvels, BGP bungle, Bill’s biggest blunder, Big Blue blows through EU, Big Red roiling JEDI requisition, and more

Deep Cuts 134: The titles are too damn long

A Side

Kubernetes and containers are growing up fast, survey shows | ZDNet
GrubHub is buying up thousands of restaurant web addresses. That means Mom and Pop can’t own their slice of the internet | New Food Economy
Lessons learned from running Kafka at Datadog | Datadog
Demystifying Containers - Part I: Kernel Space - SUSE Communities
The business impact of CI/CD | GitLab
Deciding to Be Child Free – Danielle Morrill
Could a viable, production capable cluster be built with raspberry Pi 4 boards, now that 4gb ram and GB Ethernet are possible? : kubernetes
Moving on, aka ‘New job, 2019 edition’ | Jeff Geerling
Boeing’s 737 Max Software Outsourced to $9-an-Hour Engineers - Bloomberg
The First Thing Great Decision Makers Do
The problem is that almost every developer who comes to serverless is very aware of how to build…
KlusterKit – Enable Kubernetes based Architectures in Air Gapped Deployments | Tigera
On Open Source Dependencies, GitHub, Gender, Philosophy of Science and the nature of Self – James Governor’s Monkchips
Kubernetes ingress-nginx troubleshooting made easy with kubectl plugins
Dreams and Realities in the SDLC - DevOps.com
Step by Step – Istio up and running – Virtual Thoughts
Google tells employees they can’t protest YouTube’s LGBTQ+ policies - Business Insider
NSA Starts Contributing Low-Level Code to UEFI BIOS Alternative
Google’s new reCaptcha has a dark side
A Unicorn Lost in the Valley, Evernote Blows Up the ‘Fail Fast’ Gospel - The New York Times
Changes at the Apache Software Foundation [LWN.net]
How to Make Your CV Stand Out as a Contractor
Prisons Are Banning Books That Teach Prisoners How to Code - VICE
Scaling from 2,000 to 25,000 engineers on GitHub at Microsoft - Jeff Wilcox
NASA hacked because of unauthorized Raspberry Pi connected to its network | ZDNet
Trump officials weigh encryption crackdown - POLITICO
CI/CD with Ansible Tower and GitHub | Keith Tenzer

B Side

Automated High Availability in kubeadm v1.15: Batteries Included But Swappable - Kubernetes
Vue’s Darkest Day - DEV Community 👩‍💻👨‍💻
Without a GUI–How to Live Entirely in a Terminal | Linux Journal
New – VPC Traffic Mirroring – Capture & Inspect Network Traffic | AWS News Blog
How information is like snacks, money, and drugs—to your brain | Haas News | Berkeley Haas
Open Letter from the OpenID Foundation to Apple Regarding Sign In with Apple | OpenID
Things we learned about programming languages working on season three of Command Line Heroes
Upstream vs Downstream - chrisshort.net
Linux Admins! Grab Our Free Tool To Protect Against Netflix SACK Panic
Container-Native Storage - A New Market Segment with High Growth Potential
An Organizer’s Guide to Pronoun Buttons - DEV Community 👩‍💻👨‍💻
Oracle, IBM Ditched as Top Chinese Startups Favor Home-Made Tech - Bloomberg
Google creates educational tools to help kids spot fake news – Naked Security
Statement by The Apache Software Foundation Board of Directors : The Apache Software Foundation Blog
openkruise/kruise: Automate application workloads management on Kubernetes
talos-systems/talos: A modern OS for Kubernetes.
Cloud Native Computing Foundation Announces DiDi as Winner of Top End User Award - Cloud Native Computing Foundation
URL Shortener +Tracking solution using Nexmo Messaging and AWS Serverless

Outro

And that’s it for this week’s DevOps’ish Deep Cuts. Thanks for joining. There are show notes, links, and more at devopsish.com. Please sure to join the DevOps’ish Telegram group and subscribe to the newsletter!

“Remember y’all… No one wants to do DevOps but, they all want DevOps outcomes.”