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Devops Week News - Issue #145

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This week we start with a presentation on the Superpowers coming to your Jenkins. On Articles we have
 

Devops Week News

July 23 · Issue #145 · View online
Weekly newsletter with curated articles about DevOps.

This week we start with a presentation on the Superpowers coming to your Jenkins.
On Articles we have 3 articles talking about Distributed Tracing, When do you need an SRE, A deep dive into Linux namespaces, How Discord Resizes 150 Million Images Every Day with Go and C++, and The Top 10 Most Common Mistakes I’ve Seen in Go Projects.
On Tools that we love: terraformer a CLI tool to generate terraform files from existing infrastructure (reverse Terraform).
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Video of the week
Superpowers coming to your Jenkins - Voxxed Days Singapore 2019
Superpowers coming to your Jenkins 2018 is an amazing year for Jenkins, because there are many exciting new projects going on in the developer communities — Jenkins X that’s reinventing Kubernetes app development, Jenkins Essentials that ease Jenkins administration, Configuration as Code that helps you manage configuration as it should be, deep architecture improvements to make Jenkins cloud-native, and more! In this talk, Kohsuke, the founder of the project and CTO of CloudBees, walk you through what those projects are aiming for, how they work together to make you even more productive.
Articles
Distributed Tracing — we’ve been doing it wrong - Cindy Sridharan - Medium
Microservices Observability with Distributed Tracing.
Distributed Tracing: Impact on Engineering Organizations
When do you need a Site Reliability Engineer?
A deep dive into Linux namespaces – Chord Simple
How Discord Resizes 150 Million Images Every Day with Go and C++
The Top 10 Most Common Mistakes I’ve Seen in Go Projects
Tools that we love
GitHub - GoogleCloudPlatform/terraformer: CLI tool to generate terraform files from existing infrastructure (reverse Terraform). Infrastructure to Code
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