Who would have though that in 2019 I would still be messing around with Makefiles #devops
My "DevOps guide to the galaxy of self-defending applications" video from Devoxx UA 2019
https://scitech.video/videos/watch/1ef92301-ba0e-49de-bc32-881c8cee7e53 #devops #DevSecOps #docker #Security
Deep thoughts on culture:
Digital dystopia: how algorithms punish the poor https://www.theguardian.com/technology/2019/oct/14/automating-poverty-algorithms-punish-poor
My latest blog posts is a quick read on instrumenting Node.js apps using Prometheus:
#Golang | Hugo Workflow
Bootstrapping infrastructure? These guides can help:
When people say that #cloud services are awesome because there are specialists securing it.
But those specialists also leave their database unsecured.
Adobe exposed nearly 7.5 million Creative Cloud accounts to the public https://mashable.com/article/adobe-creative-cloud-accounts-exposed/?europe=true
How To Create A DigitalOcean VPS Droplet #digitalocean #vps #cloud
Slides of my GOTO Berlin talk about #Kubernetes #Failure Stories (https://k8s.af) https://www.slideshare.net/try_except_/why-i-love-kubernetes-failure-stories-and-you-should-too-goto-berlin
I've spent the whole weekend with #AWS CodePipeline and Lambda functions for the continuous deployment to EKS. Also, I have managed to build EKS cluster without using Terraform module so I have 100% control over the whole #Kubernetes infrastructure.
Exhausting but very successful weekend. I will be talking about this stuff in Bucharest soon so I'll definitely share some slides or source code. Are you interested in more details?
Fedora 31 is coming out soon, and uses cgroup v2 by default, which is incompatible with docker. Here's a good guide explaining how to revert back to cgroup v1.
Build safe-to-fail experiments by increasing the observability of the interaction between infrastructural components. ~@firstname.lastname@example.org
The Outer Worlds has a tonal atmosphere that emphasizes how broken the Halcyon colony is, yet still leaves room for joy and prosperity.
It walks this line successfully in a way that makes it doesn't seem like a silly game trying too hard to be serious (like fucking borderlands 2) and isnt a serious game with rare relieving moments of silliness (fallout 4)
TOW is a post-apocalypse full of life and vibrancy with folks actively working for liberation and independence from regressive systems
Remembered it was nearly Halloween so booted up City of Heroes last night for a little door-knocking fun, but I haven't played in like 6 weeks and there was some event running with flag points and there were zombies and I was like, "I am too old and too high to figure out what is happening here" so I played Portal 2 for the 100th time then went to sleep. 😴
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