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Devops Week News - Issue #101

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Starting this week, we bring a presentation about Database migrations: the missing link to continuous
 

Devops Week News

August 21 · Issue #101 · View online
Weekly newsletter with curated articles about DevOps.

Starting this week, we bring a presentation about Database migrations: the missing link to continuous delivery with Stefano Monti .
On the articles, we have Location-Aware Distribution: Configuring servers at scale, Netflix Cloud Security: Detecting Credential Compromise in AWS, Kubernetes Traffic Engineering with BGP, Kube-hunter - an open source tool for Kubernetes penetration testing, Deploying Vault and Consul with Docker Swarm, How to find stuff in Git, and Containerizing a Node.js API & Using Docker with Kubernetes and Minikube
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Video of the week
Database migrations: the missing link to continuous delivery - Stefano Monti (video only) - YouTube
When we deal with continuous delivery, we often forget to take data migrations into account: this presentation describes a success case of a continuous release automation process that integrates database changes. We discuss the initial technical and organizational context, and we highlight the key principles that drove this initiative, as well as the most stringent (organizational and technical) constraints we had to face. We also discuss how we devised a suitable software development and release process to encompass database change automation, and the impacts on software versioning/branching models already in place. Our project deeply impacted all the steps and tools of a traditional software development and delivery toolchain, hence we provide some key technical details related to the tools involved in the main areas of such toolchain, namely DB automation, Continuous Integration, Source Code Management, Build and Artifact management, Chat management, Security and configuration management. We conclude with key lessons learned in the process, and depict some of the most relevant (business and technical) initiatives this novel approach is unlocking for our customer right now.
Articles
Location-Aware Distribution: Configuring servers at scale – Facebook Code
Netflix Cloud Security: Detecting Credential Compromise in AWS
Kubernetes Traffic Engineering with BGP — Andrew Sy Kim
Kube-hunter - an open source tool for Kubernetes penetration testing
Deploying Vault and Consul - TestDriven.io
How to find stuff in Git | tygertec
Containerizing a Node.js API & Using Docker with Kubernetes and Minikube
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