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June 18 · Issue #141 · View online
Weekly newsletter with curated articles about DevOps.

Presentation about Why are Distributed Systems so hard? Then Kubernetes, Prometheus tricks and Prometheus to monitoring MySQL, Technical Debt, and Site Reliability Engineering course on Coursera.
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Video of the week
SREcon19 Americas - Why Are Distributed Systems So Hard?
Distributed systems are known for being notoriously difficult to wrangle. But why? This talk will cover a brief history of distributed databases, clear up some common myths about the CAP theorem, dig into why network partitions are inevitable, and close out by highlighting how a few popular consensus algorithms mitigate the risks of operating in a distributed fashion and the importance of considering human factors to fully understand the systems we build. Almost all slides will contain original illustration featuring mischievous cats masquerading as sysadmins. By the end of this talk you will have a better understanding of the design trade-offs involved in architecting for distributed systems, and hopefully, be inspired to start doodling tech concepts!
Articles & News
Assigning Roles to EC2 Kubernetes Nodes at Boot
Kubernetes Journey — Up and running out of the cloud — Master and Worker
Kubernetes Tips: Give Access To Your Cluster With A Client Certificate
LinuxCzar: Monitorama PDX 2019: 5 Neat Tricks with Prometheus
Complete MySQL dashboard with Grafana & Prometheus – devconnected — DevOps, Sysadmins & Engineering – Medium
Technical Debt: Poor System Understanding While Time Constrained
Site Reliability Engineering: Measuring and Managing Reliability | Coursera
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