Recent improvements to the venerable sudo as well as posts on retry logic, monitoring monitoring systems GitOps and a few other interesting topics this week.
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Some handy new features in sudo, in particular improvements to logging including JSON log output and built-in log aggregation.
An in-depth look at retries, specifically looking at token buckets and circuit breakers.
A look at using a dead-man’s-switch to monitor other monitoring systems,
with code examples for implementing on AWS with Prometheus and
A post advocating for managing Kubernetes at scale using GitOps.
A post on solving common load testing problems at scale, using an
adaptive load testing framework that leverages BFP to capture traffic.
A talk on GitOps, specifically looking at using Flux with Helm.
Probr is a dynamic application security testing (DAST) tool for cloud
resources, aimed at implementing a high level set of control for a cloud
Tiamat is a tool for building self-container Python applications, acting as a much simpler wrapper to PyInstaller.