Weekly newsletter with curated articles about DevOps.
We try to keep you update and this week we bring to you Lyft’s Envoy: Embracing a Service Mesh.
On the article section there are two topics about CI/CD the first is create a Pipeline for provisioning the environment with Terraform on Gitlab, and how to create a better security processes and catch vulnerabilities. Understanding JSON Web Token Authentication, Deploy Private Docker Registry on GCP with Nexus, Terraform and Packer, and AWS VPC for Beginners.
On Tools that we love, this week is scenery, a zero dependencies CLI tool to prettify terraform plan outputs to be easier to read and digest.
Matt Klein explains why Lyft developed Envoy, focusing primarily on the operational agility that the burgeoning service mesh paradigm provides, with a particular focus on microservice networking observability.
This post is a walk through how to deploy Sonatype Nexus OSS 3 on Google Cloud Platform and how to create a private Docker hosted repository to store Docker images and other build artifacts. For that, the author will use Packer and Terraform.
Scenery is a zero dependencies CLI tool to prettify terraform plan outputs to be easier to read and digest. A lot of inspiration was drawn from Terraform Landscape. It’s nice to use before applying your changes.
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