Lots of tools this week, from Linux distributions specifically for Kubernetes to tools for deploying in air-gapped environments. Plus posts on reliability engineering, enterprise cloud strategy and more.
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A post on designing for reliability, unknown unknowns and learning from the James Webb space telescope.
More of a management post, from the CIO of a large enterprise discussing their evolving cloud strategy and open source adoption.
A talk from the recent GOTO Copenhagen conference on diagramming software architecture in code.
A timely post on debugging tools for containerd, as it becomes the default container runtime for Kubernetes.
A detailed breakdown of configuring and managing logs for RabbitMQ.
Hoppr is a tool to help install applications in air-gapped environments, using an SBOM of components and some packaging tooling.
Network Service Mesh is a hybrid/multi-cloud IP service mesh that supports implementing zero trust L3 networks in Kubernetes.
Takos is a Linux operating system specifically for Kubernetes. It’s designed to be secure, immutable, and minimal.
Robusta describes itself as Zapier/IFTTT for systems automation on Kubernetes, with a focus on a library of pre-built components.