Welcome to the 36th edition of #ThisWeekInDevOps !
This blog aims to keep you up to date with the latest news from the world of DevOps.
Travis CI announced support for as part of our builds.
shared a that shows how to use Lambda to start ECS tasks and how to turn an ECS cluster into a dynamic fleet of container workers that react to any event supported by Lambda.
recommended the use of S3 + CloudFront instead of just S3 for serving assets. The recommendation is based on a set of benchmarks performed on US and Europe regions that revealed .
Phil Hopkins continues the blog series on installing OpenStack from source explaining how to .
introduces the Kubernetes and highlights some use cases for kubelet running in standalone mode such as running a single node Kubernetes cluster and monitoring container resource utilization.
Wayne Song’s runs through the steps of deploying MemSQL on the Mesosphere DCOS.
wrote about setting up .
In this , uses Ansible to automate the deployment of NGINX and NGINX Plus.
gives an overview of using Chef’s .
wrote about the challenges he encountered running a .
wrote about getting information on docker images and containers using .
wrote about what brings to the table.
wrote about on AWS with an S3 backend.
The brings secure network policies to Kubernetes deployments, allowing namespace isolation at the network layer and fine-grained security between Kubernetes pods.
shared a on clustering a Node.js application with Mongo, Docker and Rancher.
and hosted an demonstrating how the Rancher team uses Drone.io, Docker and Rancher to build a scalable CI platform for builds and test environments.
talks about the latest rkt release including the which isolates an application running under rkt from the host kernel using the same hardware features that are used in hypervisors like Linux KVM.
’s a useful guide for Service Discovery and Load Balancing with Weave on Amazon's ECS.
wrote a series on monitoring Azure virtual machines covering:
In webinar and discussed about:
and explained how filters work with time-based data and how to evaluate the benefits that filters can provide: such as .
wrote about with Log Analytics.
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Also if you are interested in the latest Scala news you can check Petr's blog post: This week in #Scala (17/08/2015).