K8s mistakes, a high-performance Go cache, load balancing at Dropbox & more

Up & Running Weekly

Up & Running Weekly

September 23 · Issue #39 · View online
Weekly curated resources for DevOps engineers.

All you need to know about API rate limiting
Kubernetes - desired state and control loops
More fundamentals:
How I'm writing serverless services in Go these days
Common mistakes when starting w/ Kubernetes - Part 1
It bothers me a little that @gitlab isn't ubiquitous. Or... Maybe they're just carving out their place for when the whole world is ready for them? 🤔🤯

5:26 PM - 22 Sep 2019
Common mistakes when starting w/ Kubernetes - Part 2
How Tinder boosted its perf with Elastic plugins: Part 2
How far out is AWS Fargate? - Part 2
Kubernetes configuration management, the easy way
Henning Jacobs
Worth a read: what's new in #Kubernetes 1.16 by @sysdig - startupProbe, ephemeral containers, and topology https://t.co/onz5AEIbYC
7:38 AM - 19 Sep 2019
Managing high availability in Postgres – Part III: Patroni
Regex – avoid catastrophic backtracking with lookahead
Pattern to sync data from legacy systems to microservices
Tools & releases
Introducing Ristretto: a high-performance Go cache
Gooey as universal frontend for any language/CLI app
CAOS: OpenStack accounting control (scholar)
FfDL: multi-tenant deep learning platform (scholar)
Felix Seifert
With new acquisitions and the launch of CloudBees SDM, is #Jenkins trying to become another all-in-one? via @gitlab https://t.co/jC0Vhtb5lN
6:24 AM - 22 Sep 2019
From monoliths to microservices: audit plan (scholar)
FERRY: access control + quota management (scholar)
Perennial: audit concurrent, crash-safe systems (scholar)
When TCP sockets refuse to die
Kubernetes is not for operations
Software architecture is overrated
Enhancing Bandaid load balancing at Dropbox
Developing asynchronous microservices • Chris Richardson
A better story for Kubernetes secrets • Seth Vargo
About this weekly:
Up & Running Weekly is a mailing consisting of the finest blogs and tools curated for Infra & DevOps pros. I’m Denis, your curator, working from an office in Amsterdam to help building software developer platform Jexia. With Jexia you can quickly build prototypes for your startup or new project, as well as build, deploy and scale their full-fledged versions.
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