Lots of tools this week, from performance caching to a whole new developer collaboration UX. Plus posts on incident management, Unix time, API security and more.
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Everyone thinks time is relatively simple, until they have to deal with a computer. This post explores the Unix epoch, and the various implications of design decisions and implementation details.
A good technical post on a new, low level capability in Open POlicy Agent. An intermediate representation format that would allow for different parallel implementations and likely some interesting tooling to be built.
Discussion of customer-reported incidents, trying to remove the stigma that this is a failure, and the importance of building trusted customer relationships with good incident management practices.
A presentation from KubeCon all about providing virtual kubernetes clusters using vcluster. Discusses various interesting use cases.
A presentation that presents a good introduction to API security, with some useful models and grouping of attack types.
A post that touches on short and long term planning, incident management and the importance of psychological safety.
Sturdy is billed as a version control platform that allows you to interact with your code at a higher abstraction level. It sits atop Git, but provides a very different UX without all the pushing and pulling.
cachegrand is a key-value store designed to take advantage of modern hardware, providing high performance and with compatibility with Redis as a drop-in replacement.
Paralus is an all-in-one Kubernetes access manager. User-level credentials, RBAC, SSO, audit logs. It enables controlled, audited access to Kubernetes infrastructure for your users, user groups, and services.
Murre is an on-demand, scaleable source of container resource metrics for Kubernetes. It fetches CPU & memory resource metrics directly from the kubelet and enriches the resources with the relevant Kubernetes requests and limits from each PodSpec.