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Devops Week News - Issue #50

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This week we bring to you the Performance Superpowers with Enhanced BPF and present the improvements
 

Devops Week News

August 22 · Issue #50 · View online
Weekly newsletter with curated articles about DevOps.

This week we bring to you the Performance Superpowers with Enhanced BPF and present the improvements in the tool.
On the article of how GitHub has migrated their application responsible for github.com and api.github.com to run on K8S. How to automate docker Swarm cluster with terraform, how to calculate network addresses with ipcalc, how to backup correctly and quickly a critical Elasticsearch cluster and how to create swarm clusters that include both Windows and Linux environment.
On the section ‘Tools that we love!’, we bring dockerfilelint, an opinionated Dockerfile linter to review your Dockerfile against the best practices
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Video of the week
USENIX ATC '17: Performance Superpowers with Enhanced BPF - YouTube
This talk will explain the BPF enhancements, then discuss the new performance observability tools that are in use and being created, especially from the BPF compiler collection (bcc) open-source project. These tools provide new insights for file system and storage performance, CPU scheduler performance, TCP performance, and much more. This is a major turning point for Linux systems engineering, as custom advanced performance instrumentation can be used safely in production environments, powering a new generation of tools and visualizations.
Articles
Kubernetes at GitHub | GitHub Engineering
Terraforming Docker Swarm Clusters on Scaleway
How to Calculate Network Addresses with ipcalc | Linux.com | The source for Linux information
Backup Elasticsearch Indices By NFS | DevOps Guy & BloggerBackup Elasticsearch Indices By NFS | DevOps Guy & Blogger
Hybrid Docker Swarm Mode Cluster with Multi-OS Application Deployment – Collabnix
Tools that we love!
GitHub - replicatedhq/dockerfilelint: An opinionated Dockerfile linter.
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We wish you a great week!
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