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 135: DevOps’ish Deep Cuts podcast, burnout, on-call, Cloudflare fustercluck, multicloud mess, and more

Deep Cuts 001: A bluer hue of red

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A Side

The headlines discussed in the podcast.

How Amazon and the Cops Set Up an Elaborate Sting Operation That Accomplished Nothing - VICE

What happens when we hit URL in Browser?

Chaos engineering + monitoring, part 1: Sensu + Gremlin

How to get started with Threat Modeling, before you get hacked.

OpenPGP certificate flooding [LWN.net]

Caroline Criado Perez Explains the ‘Gender Data Gap’ | WIRED

Gartner: “On-premises is the new legacy” in databases - TechRepublic

Fortune 100 passwords, email archives, and corporate secrets left exposed on unsecured Amazon S3 server – HOTforSecurity

Automating chaos experiments in production – the morning paper

If You’re So Successful, Why Are You Still Working 70 Hours a Week?

Why we’re ending support for MySQL in 12.1 | GitLab

How Did Things Go Right? Learning More from Incidents at Netflix: Ryan Kitchens at QCon New York

How the CIS Benchmark for PostgreSQL 11 Works

Don’t tell Alice and Bob: Security maven Bruce Schneier is leaving IBM • The Register

Why Having a Target Salary in Mind Can Derail a Job Negotiation

6 open source web browser alternatives | Opensource.com

27-JAN-2011: The day “/proc” died

How to never have a public S3 bucket - Cloud Security - Medium

The ideal DevOps team structure - SD Times

UK ISP group names Mozilla ‘Internet Villain’ for supporting ‘DNS-over-HTTPS’ | ZDNet

China Is Forcing Tourists to Install Text-Stealing Malware at its Border - VICE

One of the year’s biggest technology M&A deals was tipped in hiring data | Thinknum Media

Sysadmins: What’s your favorite snack when you’re on-call? | Opensource.com

B Side

Here are the headlines that didn’t make the podcast or the newsletter.

Are databases still scaling up instead of out? : devops

Will Automation Improve Work for Women — or Make It Worse?

Code Coverage and Postrelease Defects: A Large-Scale Study on Open Source Projects

Kubernetes security tool gives IT a leg up on DevSecOps

Splunk Killers Unite, but Will These Next-Gen SIEMs Win? - SDxCen

MySQL to the Cloud! Thoughts on Migrating Away from On-Premise - Percona Database Performance Blog

Why Every Company Can Benefit from a Blameless Culture

Learning DevOps In Public - DEV Community 👩‍💻👨‍💻

LF: A Fully Decentralized Fully Replicated Key/Value Store – ZeroTier

A framework for detecting and preventing security vulnerabilities in continuous integration/continuous delivery pipelines - University of Twente Student Theses

Delivering DevOps Newsletter

Don’t ask forgiveness, radiate intent - Elizabeth Ayer - Medium

VIM & Visual Studio Code Tips & Tricks (With Video / GIF) - DEV Community 👩‍💻👨‍💻

Microsoft developer reveals Linux is now more used on Azure than Windows Server | ZDNet

Florida city fires IT employee after paying ransom demand last week | ZDNet


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