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 operations and devops.
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A new report on Devops and Cloud trends. Observations on eBPF and WASM, software supply chain security, low code, serverless and more.
A post with tips for building out a devops team, considering skills, budgeting, organisational buy-in and more.
An argument that devops (or at least certain approaches to improving collaboration between operations and developers) has failed.
A post detailing the handy kubectl scale command line, which can be used to change the number of Kubernetes pod replicas.
A look at a Python DSL for drawing systems architecture diagrams, with built-in primitives for AWS, Azure, GCP, Kubernetes and more.
GitGat is a tool to help secure your GitHub configuration, using a set of Open Policy Agent policies that can make assertions against GitHub permissions.
Ratchet looks like a handy tool for improving the security of CI/CD workflows by automating the process of pinning and unpinning upstream versions. It’s like Bundler, Cargo, Go modules, NPM, Pip, or Yarn, but for CI/CD workflows.
Keploy is an API testing platform that automatically generates test-cases and data-mocks from API calls.