Weekly newsletter with curated articles about DevOps.
This week we bring not just one, but the HashiCorp EU 2019 videos, I really suggest you to watch the Terraform and Consul presentations.
In this issue you will find the AWS Podcast, with a great chat with Adrian Cockcroft, and wide-ranging discussion about chaos in architectures, the requirements of Financial organisations, the use of the cloud in Formula One racing and Amazon’s Open Source activities.
In the articles you will see why microservices is for everyone, a Monzo Postmortem, Critical DevOps interview questions, Increasing resilience in Kubernetes, a makefile to spin up Kubernetes clusters on cloud providers for development, Podinfo is a tiny web application made with Go that showcases best practices of running microservices in Kubernetes, and a MySQL UTF-8 issue.
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Video of the week
HashiConf EU 2019 Keynote: Day 1
HashiConf Europe 2019 release all the videos, and you can find them here! There are new features in many products, however, Terraform and Consul were the one that I liked more.
Adrian Cockcroft (VP Cloud Architecture Strategy at AWS) joins Simon for a wide-ranging discussion about chaos in architectures, the requirements of Financial organisations, the use of the cloud in Formula One racing and Amazon’s Open Source activities.
High availability and resilience are key features of Kubernetes. But what do you do when your Kubernetes cluster starts to become unstable and it looks like your ship is starting to sink? Check this article to find it out!