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DEVOPS WEEKLY ISSUE #600 - 26th June 2022

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Welcome to the 600th issue of this newsletter! That’s certainly a strange thing to write, nearly 12 years of sharing posts and tools on the evolving world of...

DEVOPS WEEKLY ISSUE #599 - 19th June 2022

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Lots of tools this week, from Linux distributions specifically for Kubernetes to tools for deploying in air-gapped environments. Plus posts on reliability en...

DEVOPS WEEKLY ISSUE #598 - 12th June 2022

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Supply chain security, infrastructure automation, local vs remote development environments and several new Kubernetes networking tools in this weeks issue.

DEVOPS WEEKLY ISSUE #597 - 5th June 2022

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A short issue this week, with posts on Incident response, learning operations, managing configuration, evolving altering systems and a few interesting tools.

DEVOPS WEEKLY ISSUE #596 - 29th May 2022

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Incident management, several posts on kubernetes technology choices, writing Rego and KubeCon this week, plus the launch of the latest Accelerate State of De...

DEVOPS WEEKLY ISSUE #595 - 22nd May 2022

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Something for everyone this week, with risk management, security maturity models and incident management posts on the business side, plus GitOps, GitBOM and ...

DEVOPS WEEKLY ISSUE #594 - 15th May 2022

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Observability and user-friendly git signing tools, plus useful principles for data migrations, configuration management and more this week. Enjoy KubeCon EU ...

DEVOPS WEEKLY ISSUE #593 - 8th May 2022

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The rise of very public, in-depth, high-profile incident reports in the last few years is definitely of benefit to the art of systems administration. Atlassi...

DEVOPS WEEKLY ISSUE #592 - 1st May 2022

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A few posts this week on aspects of building modern operations teams, one focused on observability teams, and the other on building an SRE team in a hypergro...

DEVOPS WEEKLY ISSUE #591 - 24th April 2022

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Observability, DORA metrics, automating SLO management, setting policies for Git repos and more. We’re also starting to see the return of events, with WTF is...