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Cloud native with Saiyam - November second edition

Saiyam Pathak
Saiyam Pathak
Hello lovely people, hope you all are doing good. Things have not been super good for a few of my friends so hugs from my side <3
If you have loved me and my content then you will love this too <3 . I want this to be like me telling you stuff that I found useful and from where I learnt this month. If you have anything to be included, feel free to reach out on Twitter. This is the second edition for November and here is the first edition (full action-packed)

IF you have read the previous edition there were some great streams so do check them out. After that also I didn’t stop and below are the latest additions that you should check out.
Video uploads :
  • KCNA - New Kubernetes certification
  • Kubestr walkthrough - Kubestr is a collection of tools to discover, validate and evaluate your kubernetes storage options.
  • Portainer Walkthrough - portainer 2.9 and its features, mostly related to Kubernetes.
  • CNCFMinutes Flux V2 - Flux is a set of continuous and progressive delivery solutions for Kubernetes that are open and extensible.
  • CNCFMinutes Falco - Falco, the cloud-native runtime security project, is the de facto Kubernetes threat detection engine.
  • Introduction to RISC-V - If you ever wanted to get started with RISC-V then this is the perfect stream for you.
  • Crossplane Compostion deep dive - One of the best streams and deep dive into amazing composition concept, actually you can for a startup product using crossplane composition.
News and announcements
Tools of the month and great repositories
  • etcd-cloud-operator - automatically bootstraps, monitors, snapshots and recovers etcd clusters on cloud providers.
  • kube-lineage - CLI tool for visualizing Kubernetes object relationships.
  • cert-watch - synchronize TLS certs across Kubernetes.
  • Victoria metrics operator - Kubernetes operator for Victoria Metrics
  • kr8s - Docker/Kubernetes Visualization Tool
  • - Karpenter simplifies Kubernetes infrastructure with the right nodes at the right time.
Free learning resources
Nice November reads
Learn from Twitter
Saiyam Pathak
Put your best Golang learning resources here 👇🏼
Please add what you learned from that resource as well.
Books, playlists, repositories anything!
It would be great to add target audience as well like for beginners, intermediate, use-case specific etc.
Andrew Howden (in 🇩🇪 & 💉💉)

Well, it's a pretty fun job tbh, I can understand that. But maybe you're like "whoah hey what is SRE even".

If that sounds like you, good news! I have some resources to share with you. They're not definitive, but I found them useful.

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