Applicative parsing, migrating millions of Redis keys, serverless pitfalls & more

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Up & Running Weekly

May 22 · Issue #22 · View online
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Hi, I’m your curator Denis and currently building developer platform Jexia.

Fundamentals
Applicative parsing
Parenting Kubernetes
Containers, microservices, and service meshes
Best-practices
Testing of Etcd failure
Reliable messaging over a Service Bus
Migrating millions of Redis keys without downtime
Mike Francois
Delays in App Delivery to Kubernetes: https://t.co/mwzYXxbPAr by Spruha Pandya
3:25 PM - 20 May 2019
Serverless pitfalls: issues w/ a start-up on AWS Lambda
Using Rust to scale Elixir for 11 million concurrent users
K8s: certificates, tokens, authenticate, service accounts
Tutorials
Building smaller container images
Monitoring the edge with Prometheus - Part 1
Dimitri de Swart
Ever heared of Netflix’s Chaos Monkey? Now VMware has a similar tool! Mangle is applicable to vSphere, Docker, Kubernetes and Remote machines. Go check it out!https://t.co/OvGlCbFYz6
3:17 PM - 21 May 2019
Monitor K8s workloads w/ Prometheus & Thanos
Create, install, upgrade, rollback a Helm Chart - Part 1
Monitor for organizations at scale w/ M3 & Prometheus
Tools
Announcing Velero 1.0
Getting started with InfluxDB 2.0
Cross compile with CGO and GoReleaser
Erik Zettersten
Ensure your Kubernetes clusters are using best practices ✅ https://t.co/9TrfMq3BPz
3:39 PM - 19 May 2019
Driving Kubernetes forward with Lokomotive
KEDA — Kubernetes Based Event Driven Autoscaling
SuperGloo: easing writing extensions for Service Mesh
Perspectives
The struggles of an open source maintainer
Strong opinions, loosely held: worst idea in tech
Understanding Redis background memory usage
Lorna Mitchell
I really enjoyed this fresh take on API maturity from @philsturgeon #linkTuesday REST and Hypermedia in 2019 https://t.co/fSjkSxgtpI
10:47 AM - 21 May 2019
I don't know how CPUs work so I simulated one in code
Want to use an AWS service? You'll need an AWS service
Presentations
Serverless Architecture Patterns - Lynn Langit
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