Welcome to edition number 153 of #ThisWeekInDevOps !
This blog aims to keep you up to date with the latest news from the world of DevOps.
This week’s edition will be the last one for the year as This Week In DevOps is going to take a winter break. But don’t worry, dear reader, we’ll be back to our regular schedule in the second week of January!
introduces . In this blog post, he talks about why Jenkins user documentation now has tutorials, what topics those tutorials will be covering, and how they’re useful for the newcomers.
WeaveWorks announces , an open source continuous deployment tool for Kubernetes.
Not that difficult to anticipate the announced by , but the took us by surprise. A good one!
Busiest man on the planet these day with re:Invent ongoing in Vegas, gives us a bit of insight into what are.
And last one this week from the , is being announced as a tool for those businesses that try to thrive in the world of media content streaming.
and blog about the first day impressions from this year’s AWS re:Invent. For Diego, the first day of re:Invent has been . Andrew talks about the new and the workflow problems it solves.
Google Cloud announces through the voice of that .
blogs about . A detailed analysis of 10 tips that will help you to make your life easier whether you are an experiencied or a new Chef user.
wrote a on how to document Puppet modules.
Sean Carolan wrote a on how to automate configuration management on bare metal servers using Chef and HPE.
Andrew Marshall announces a new . The solution utilises Cedexis Radar to detect network traffic issues and adjusts the load balancing accordingly.
announced the new .
wrote a post detailing how you can monitor Kubernetes powered applications using Sumo Logic.
reported a in which you can log in as root without supplying a password.
with 8 outages reported (and their analysis). Also (as always) a few articles.
blogs about . This article dives into each one of those 7 habits and explains why they are important in Site Reliability Engineering.
| The Chaos Toolkit is a free, open source project that enables you to create and apply Chaos Experiments to various types of infrastructure, platforms and applications
| Escape is a framework which makes it easy to apply release engineering principles, such as versioning, testing, deployment and roll-back to every platform component throughout the software life-cycle.
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