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Posts on CI/CD, platform teams, self-service automation and edge environments this week, along with several new tools for chaos testing, certificate-based authentication and more.

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A series of videos on building a modern CI/CD pipeline for a typical Java application using ArgoCD and Tekton.

A talk (video and slides) about measuring continuous delivery though lead time, deployment frequency, change failure rate and time to recovery.

A look at building on top of the new Pulumi automation API, and some thoughts about the emergence of platform teams.

A post talking about a specific example of helping development teams address security problems (in this case leaking sensitive data in log files) and how to embed a culture of security in engineering organizations.

A good post on the different challenges posted by edge environments around hardware discovery, manageability, provisioning and more.

The latest Puppet State of Devops Report is available, with some interesting industry stats and analysis, in particular around platform teams and change management.


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ctlptl aims to make it easier to grab an ephemeral, local, Kubernetes cluster for development purposes. Rather than competing with Docker Desktop, KIND, Minikube or similar tools it provides a higher-level user interface.

Athenz is a platform for X.509 certificate based service authentication and fine grained access control in dynamic infrastructures. It supports provisioning and configuration (centralized authorization) use cases as well as serving/runtime (decentralized authorization) use cases.

PowerfulSeal is a chaos testing tool for Kubernetes. Describe scenarios in YAML and PowerfulSeal can kill running resources and check services are still running, and export results to Prometheus and other monitoring tools.

K0s is a new small Kubernetes distribution intended for anything from local development usage to large-scale edge deployments.