K8s production best-practices, Spotify's event delivery, Clusterman & more

Up & Running Weekly

Up & Running Weekly

November 18 · Issue #47 · View online
Weekly curated resources for DevOps engineers.

Kubernetes production best practices
Kubernetes Ingress simply visually explained
DigitalOcean’s K8s for full-stackers, a self-guided course
Real-world reports
Spotify’s event delivery
Diagnosing our radiation problems
Particular Software
When it comes to chili, @DavidBoike likes it thick, chunky, and complex. But when code starts to look that way, it's a whole different story. See how to keep infrastructure code separate from business concerns in our newest blog post: Infrastructure soup https://t.co/F1iQiBmtqN https://t.co/dRhdYn11jE
6:00 PM - 12 Nov 2019
Using Kustomize with Cluster API manifests
Multi-arch Docker images to support apps on any architecture
Sleep well while having a cloud service: common architecture do's
End-to-end API testing with Docker
How to do unit testing for microservices
Serverless Status
What Is The Right Way to Do Rollbacks in Serverless Apps? https://t.co/WFyxCH9Srz
8:15 PM - 23 Aug 2019
Micro frontend architecture: monolith from the inside out
Building an efficient CI/CD pipeline for Kubernetes
GraphQL, Grafana and Dash
Kubernetes repository on flame
Setup triggers inside the Jenkins Pipeline flow
Scott Axel
New Uber Eng article! Cadence is our open source orchestration engine that routes requests, directs data, and mediates communications between various microservices so they can all cooperate seamlessly. https://t.co/j6ymAoKqSD
6:05 PM - 13 Nov 2019
Yelp open-sources Clusterman, with K8s support
Results of a comparison between 5 CI/CD services
Cooling off your Raspberry Pi 4
Composition over inheritance applied to Docker
Docker sells enterprise biz, raises $35M, gets new CEO
Academic articles
Formal foundations of serverless computing
Going serverless - Insights from BBC, Codec, Walmart & k15t
Duration: 29 minutes
Micro frontend: microservice puzzle extended to frontend 
Duration: 46 minutes
How I learned to stop worrying and love the monolith
Duration: 38 minutes
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 build a cloud-based dev platform called Jexia. Jexia automatically serves, scales and maintains core functions, such as user management, authorization, data storage and RTC, out of the box to devs.
Do you have a question, feedback or you want to notify me about a noteworthy blog? Reach out to me via denis at upandrunningweekly.com.
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