High-traffic load testing, deploying ML models, Gitlab 12.0 & more

Hi, I’m Denis. As DevOps engineer at Jexia, a platform running, scaling and maintaining your core bac
Up & Running Weekly

Up & Running Weekly

June 25 · Issue #27 · View online
Weekly curated resources for DevOps engineers.

Hi, I’m Denis. As DevOps engineer at Jexia, a platform running, scaling and maintaining your core back-end functions, I should be up-to-date about the latest methods and means. This is my 27th digest for you 🙏.

5 minute DevOps: effective testing
Bringing structure to infrastructure
This code shows how to load a CLR in an unmanaged process, then load an assembly from memory (not from a file) and execute a method
2:27 PM - 17 Jun 2019
Kubernetes at scale at Delivery Hero
Fire up Kubernetes from iOS using Python
Preparing for huge waves of traffic via load testing
How to perform Redis benchmark?
Kubernetes storage on vSphere 101
Visualize almost anything with Grafana and Python?

This nice, short tutorial shows you how to use Python Bottle micro-framework, for the creation of a Grafana data source.

Big thanks to @OzNTiram

#Python #Bottle #Grafana

9:33 PM - 17 Jun 2019
Run Cucumber parallel tests on Jenkins pipeline stages
Announcing Envoy Mobile
Introducing time.cloudflare.com
GitLab 12.0: visual reviews and dependency list
NGINX Tuning For Best Performance -> #LoadBalancer #nginx -> https://t.co/owtpj0tqEl
4:31 PM - 13 Jun 2019
Terraform production ready project structure
Open-sourcing Singer, Pinterest’s logging agent
Watchtower: automatic container base image updates
API mindset at eBay
What bugs cause cloud production incidents?
Matt Klein
I am a firm believer that in the 10 year timeframe, FaaS is all anyone will interact with. If I am a developer I want to provide code that:
- R/Ws from the DB
- Calls APIs
- Queues/deques jobs

That's about it. Everything else is noise.
11:22 PM - 23 Jun 2019
How Verizon & a BGP optimizer brought down the web
Abstractions for programmatically building training sets
How to use JSON in PostgreSQL
FOSDEM 2019: a year of container kernel work
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