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Cloud native with Saiyam - Travel is on!

Saiyam Pathak
Saiyam Pathak
So I am getting ready for my upcoming travel to Hashiconf Global and Dubai Gitex globaldevslam. I got three talks overall, and I am excited about them. As an attendee and speaker, this will be my first time in the US and at Hashiconf.
My kiddo turned one on the 24th of September, and seeing her growing is the most beautiful thing. I have been capturing all the precious moments with her, and yes, we had a grand celebration with a family gathering. Loved every bit of it.
Coming to the content - I was busy preparing the talks, slides and demos for my upcoming talk, organising DevOpsDays India, which is happening in November in Bengaluru and creating some content:
My upcoming schedule

Kubesimplify updates
People love the new kubesimplify look, and that is all done by the community as part of the mini-project; I will be taking the Kubesimplify workshops with stripe integration to the hashiconf stage :)
We completed another awesome Kubernetes Observability workshop the past week and it got some amazing feedback from the community.
We also published the next video in the DevOps series by Aayush Sharma -> Essential Linux commands
Upcoming workshops
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(16th to 30th Sep)
Learning resources/repositories
  • vulnerability-operator - Scans SBOMs for vulnerabilities with Grype
  • glim - Glim is a simple identity access management system that speaks some LDAP and has a REST API to manage users and groups
  • sealer - Define and deliver your kube-cluster in a standard and easy way (Project under CNCF)
  • Per-Reconciler Leader Election
Learn from Twitter
Saiyam Pathak
Kubesimplify workshops are 24hr+ worth of learning & hands-on content.
- Linux & Docker
- Kubernetes 101
- Container & k8s security
- GitOps + ArgoCD
- Service mesh
- Chaos eng using Litmus
- k8s troubleshooting
- k8s Observability
complete playlist -
Ariadne Conill
So, you know how last night, I said you were going to find out what depths of depravity I would go to in order to avoid maintaining a project using the Bazel build system?

Now you can strap in, and you can hear the entire story about Wolfi and why it was created.
Daniele Polencic
If you've used the Kubernetes autoscaler, you probably noticed that it takes several minutes to create and add a node to the cluster.

During this time, your app can easily be overwhelmed with connections because it cannot scale further.

How can you fix the long waiting time?
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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.
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