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Devops Week News - Issue #136

Warming up with a presentation on Building a healthy on-call culture, then Grafana dashboards, Kubern

Devops Week News

May 7 · Issue #136 · View online
Weekly newsletter with curated articles about DevOps.

Warming up with a presentation on Building a healthy on-call culture, then Grafana dashboards, Kubernetes, Prometheus, ChatOps , Jenkins, incident response and reporting tool, JaegerTracing, Scaling PostgreSQL, and Quarkus a Kubernetes native Java stack.
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Video of the week
Serhat Can - Building a healthy on-call culture
Paging people just creates a series of problems unless you put enough resources to build a healthy “on-call” culture. Nobody wants to be buried into alerts or wake up at 2 am in the morning. There are several points you have to take into account to make on-call suck less.
At the center of each of these items, there are people. If you put your people at the center and design your incident response thinking about them in the first place, on-call becomes a competitive advantage. In this presentation, Serhat will start defining on-call and why we need a robust on-call culture. At this point, he’ll mention the impact of downtime and performance degradation such as direct revenue, and credibility losses.
Then, continue listing 6 must-haves and in the end, Serhat will show that our efforts in building a better on-call culture, will pay off as our people and user’s happiness.
Articles & News
Grafana Dashboards for Kubernetes Administrators ​ - Povilas Versockas
Try to Fix Two Linux Kernel Bugs While Testing TiDB Operator in K8s | PingCAP
How much RAM does Prometheus 2.x need for cardinality and ingestion? – Robust Perception | Prometheus Monitoring Experts
Implementing ChatOps With Jenkins X | Technology Conversations
Embracing context propagation – JaegerTracing – Medium
GitHub - monzo/response: Monzo's real-time incident response and reporting tool ⚡️
Scaling PostgreSQL: Check your Vacuum! – Gett Engineering – Medium
Introducing Quarkus: a next-generation Kubernetes native Java framework - Red Hat Developer Blog
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