#58: What You Should Know About Databases

Last week we hit 50k+ subscribers on DevOps Bulletin 🎉 Thanks a lot for your continuous support and feedback!

1 year after launching the newsletter to advocate for DevOps best practices and share latest cloud trends, we’re now over 50k+ subscribers (actually 53k+ now ...) from high growth startups to MAANG companies 🔥 

What’s next in? grow the DevOps community and reach 100k subscribers 👀

Stay tuned for some exciting news coming up soon, I'm aiming to introduce more growth opportunities for readers by building a Discord community where you can participate in exclusive podcasts and hands-on workspace!

Cheers 👋🏻

Bret is joined by Erik Veld, Manager Developer Advocacy at HashiCorp, the creators of Nomad. Nomad is an orchestrator like K8s and Swarm but it has a unique set of features that make it an interesting alternative on multiple levels. Erik talks about the basics of Nomad, the reason it was created and runs through some demos 🔥
Things you should know about databases"
It is often surprising how little is known about how databases operate at a surface level, considering they store almost all of the states in our applications. Yet, it's foundational to the overall success of most systems.
Read more »
"‘AWS vs K8s’ is the new ‘Windows vs Linux’" - EKS is like a one cloud framework (AWS) had mated with another (K8s) and a difficult adolescent dropped out - Read more »
"A set of modern Grafana dashboards for Kubernetes" - Plug and play Grafana dashboards to monitor the ins and out of your Kubernetes clusters - Read more »
"How to manage Kubernetes secrets with GitOps?" - This post explore multiple methods of managing secrets in GitOps with Argo CD specifically, however, these methods apply to other GitOps tooling as well - Read more »
"Things I wish everyone knew about Git" - To work effectively with Git, you must have a model of what the repository is like and if you try to understand the Git commands without the model, you will suffer, because the commands do not make sense - Read more »
"Kubernetes audit logs: use cases & best practices" - Kubernetes audit logs are powerful, but only if enabled and correctly configured. This article will help you get started using audit logs, and show you how to get the most out of them - Read more »
"Learnings from scanning over 10k Kubernetes clusters?" - Kubescape scans K8s clusters, YAML files, HELM charts, worker nodes and APIs servers, detecting misconfigurations according to multiple frameworks (such as the NSA-CISA, MITRE ATT&CK, and more) - Read more »
"SQLite or PostgreSQL? It's complicated!" - Why Twilio have chosen PostgreSQL over SQLite and how they did their benchmark and performance testing - Read more »
"Deploying a HA Kubernetes cluster on Raspberry Pi using Kubeadm" - If you're looking for a side project this weekend! - Read more »
For sure, this is one of the best books I’ve read recently 💯
It seems everyone has too much to do. The statement of “I am so busy” is a badge of honor. But have you ever thought doing less would lead to doing more? This is the foundational mindset of this book. This book was a quick read, and a needed book for all people. We are always connected, always in touch, and perhaps always distracted from that which counts. Too often, we allow the little to overtake the important.
Faros Community Edition (CE) is an open-source engineering operations platform that connects the dots between all your operational data sources for a single-pane view across the software development life cycle. A dream platform for EngOps - Read more »
Prowler is an open source security tool to perform AWS security best practices assessments, audits, incident response, continuous monitoring, hardening and forensics readiness. It contains more than 240 controls covering CIS, PCI-DSS, ISO27001, GDPR, HIPAA, FFIEC, SOC2, AWS FTR, ENS and custom security frameworks - Read more »
KUTTL is a declarative integration testing harness for testing operators, KUDO, Helm charts, and any other Kubernetes applications or controllers. Test cases are written as plain Kubernetes resources and can be run against a mocked control plane - Read more »
Spin is an open source framework for building and running fast, secure, and composable cloud microservices with WebAssembly. It aims to be the easiest way to get started with WebAssembly microservices, and takes advantage of the latest developments in the WebAssembly component model and Wasmtime runtime  - Read more »
An alerting tool for Kubernetes clusters issues of all types, in real time, with intelligent redundancy, and easily extendable API. Scout your clusters on a schedule or on demand using Helm, Kubernetes Job, Docker Container or CronJob - Read more »
Senior DevOps Engineer @Trustpilot
AWS, Jenkins, Kubernetes

🌎 Remote, anywhere
Read more »
Staff Site Reliability Engineer @Wikimedia Foundation
Linux, Ansible, Python

🌎 Remote, anywhere
Read more »
Senior DevOps Engineer @Elevate Labs
AWS, GitHub Actions, Python

🌎 Remote, anywhere
Read more »
Share Share
Tweet Tweet
Forward Forward
Remember to share if you enjoyed this issue!
@devopsbulletin @devopsbulletin
Copyright © 2022 DevOps Bulletin, All rights reserved.
Want to change how you receive these emails?
You can update your preferences or unsubscribe from this list.

Email Marketing Powered by Mailchimp