Monthly DevOps Track #3 – 17/09/2018
Some great posts this month on important topics, including the benchmarks of serverless computing in different cloud providers, YAML files, Multi-Cloud governance and automation.
1 -) If you wrote YAML file before, you know the pain of your Pipeline saying that your YAML’s syntax is broken. These tools will help you spot syntax errors beforehand.
2 -) Detailed performance comparison of different cloud providers’ serverless computing services. Concurrency and overhead are the main criteria.
3 -) Yet another comparison about different cloud providers’ serverless computing but this time about cold start analysis.
4 -) A nice trick for accessing private repositories or other private resources when building Docker images by using multi-stage builds to ensure you don’t leak sensitive information.
5 -) A useful handbook about incident management for Ops written by Atlassian.
6 -) A post about multi-cloud governance, its benefits and difficulties.
7 -) An argument to run less software, mainly argued from an organisation optimization point of view, which might be useful when arguing the same to reduce operational complexity.
8 -) More interesting research data, about looking at the increasing adoption of automated deployment, continuous integration and automated testing.
9 -) Different look on Developers being involved with Terraform code. Explaining why they should be involved with it.
10 -) Using Drone CI system and its benefits.
1 -) O’Reilly Velocity Conference | Sep 30-Oct 3 in New York City
September 30, 2018
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1 -) Mininet is a handy tool for creating a local realistic virtual network, running real kernel, switch and application code, on a single machine. Useful for experimenting with OpenFlow and SDN.