1 minute read

A couple of posts looking at the Twelve Factor App and back at the ensuring influence of Heroku. Also several Kubernetes policy-related posts featuring Open Policy Agent and Kyverno for different use cases.

StackHawk sponsors Devops Weekly

Get ready for some GraphQL! Tune in this Tuesday, June 29 at 9 AM PT for an automated GraphQL security testing learning lab. Register:


The Twelve Factor App methodology is 10 years old. But how does it hold it to modern application needs? This post explores each of the factors.

A post on the need to watch out for the pitfall of counterfactuals when analyzing incidents, with good examples of potential issues.

We’re definitely seeing higher and higher levels of abstraction when it comes to cloud services, but the user interface for developers is still key. A post considering this issue and the influence of Heroku.

The Kyerno policy engine for Kubernetes can be used as a mutating webhook as well as a validating one, which opens up several use cases. This post looks at ensuring pull secrets are available in new namespaces and podspecs.

A post on getting Gatekeeper violation information from your Kubernetes cluster into Prometheus and Grafana for improved visibility.


An online editor and visualisation tool, along with a built-in tutorial, for writing Kubernetes network policies.

Rocky Linux is a new Linux Operating System designed to be a drop-in replacement for CentOS, operating in the same manner CentOS did previously as a downstream project.

Kube Karp is a handy tool with a specific purpose, to add a floating virtual IP to Kubernetes cluster nodes to make load balancing easy.