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Saiyam Pathak
Saiyam Pathak
Content-wise, this month is going great, and the cloud native community has produced unique learning content as usual. Every time I write the newsletter edition, I find even more content that I think would be useful for the wider community.
Apart from content, September brings back many memories of my brother, who passed away in 2020 due to Covid, whose birthday was on 9th September. I wish he was here and we would have celebrated it together, but you never know what is next for you. We did the rituals and distributed food to people who could not afford it. We also sat and remembered all the happy times spent with him, and that did bring us tears as we all loved him so much, and he was such a happy person to be around.
I always remember him and all the happy memories so that he feels happy wherever he has gone. I live each day to the fullest as life is a gift that we all are living. I make sure to give back to the community and society whenever possible. The only message we all can take is that people will come and go(going can be unpredictable sometimes). We should spread love, happiness and peace, not hate and war. The Ukraine war is still on, and I pray it ends soon and people can live freely and happily _/_
Let’s move to the stuff that I have been doing.
My upcoming schedule

Kubesimplify updates
Kubesimplify is growing at an amazing pace and I am so much proud of the work the whole team is doing. We finally launched our websites project so you get a new look when you visit Kubesimplify. The blogs have moved to and the old backlinks will work, you just need to wait a couple of seconds for the redirection to happen.
Upcoming workshops
You can find the recording of the previous Twitter space -> Future of Docker and Best Practices
We also published the next video in the Deops series by Bhavya Sachdeva -> Introduction to DevOps
The next Twitter space is on Compute networking on 16th of September
New from Kubesimplify -
Follow Kubesimplify on HashnodeTwitter and Linkedin. Join our Discord server to learn with us.
Sponsored content
News and Announcements
Nice September reads(1st-15th)
Learning resources/repositories
  • Kubean: Kubernetes lifecycle management operator based on kubespray
  • Eraser: Cleaning up images from Kubernetes nodes
  • Bomber: Scans SBoMs for security vulnerabilities
  • Kubert: Rust Kubernetes runtime helpers. Based on kube-rs.
  • mixctl: A tiny TCP load balancer
Learn from Twitter
We have huge news! We’re incredibly excited to announce a brand new tech event, Civo Navigate!

Navigate will bring together the brightest minds in cloud native technology to provide a packed event with over 50 talks and workshops.
The Linux Booting Process Explained 🐧↓
Saiyam Pathak
Something for beginners into tech writing or writing a blog 🧵
- First is putting out your experience - Let's say you learned X technology and you are documenting your experience as part for xdaysofy
This is a good starting point when you are writing and also ask for feedback
Sponsors info
This issue is brought to you by KomodorSpeedscaleAveshaSysdig, Armo, SlimAI and Teleport ->
Avesha enables virtualized, multi-tenant cloud native application infrastructure, giving enterprise customers and SaaS providers their own secure application slice across multiple physical Kubernetes clusters. Avesha is the creator and maintainer of KubeSlice, an open source solution that reduces management overhead and cloud costs while seamlessly handling network communications, security, compliance, and data governance behind the scenes.
Komodor is a Kubernetes reliability platform, complete with automatic troubleshooting playbooks for every K8s resource, and static-prevention monitors that enrich live & historical data with contextual insights to help enforce best practices and stop incidents in their tracks. By baking K8s expertise directly into the product, Komodor is democratizing DevOps knowledge and empowering dev teams to resolve issues efficiently and independently.
Speedscale is a traffic replay framework that provides API observability, and autogenerated tests and mocks from real traffic. Speedscale helps engineering teams validate how new code will perform under production-like workload conditions. Traffic can be multiplied to measure the golden signals of latency, throughput, saturation and errors before the code is released
Sysdig is driving the standard for cloud and container security. The company pioneered cloud-native runtime threat detection and response by creating Falco and Sysdig as open source standards and key building blocks of the Sysdig platform
ARMO assures DevOps, DevSecOps, and developers that every workload, cluster, container, and microservice is born and remains secure, from development to production and from configuration to run-time, every time. They are the creators of Kubescape.
SlimAI - giving developers the power to build better cloud-native applications with less friction, complexity, and waste.
Teleport is the easiest, most secure way to access all your infrastructure. The open-source Teleport Access Plane consolidates connectivity, authentication, authorization, and audit into a single platform.
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