Event driven architectures, launching new services at scale, designing alerting systems, software supply chain security, release engineering and SQL. A nice range of classic operations topics with modern updates.
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A post on designing an alerting strategy, looking at industry frameworks, prioritisation, routing alert messages and more.
Launching a new service at scale from day one comes with unique challenges. This post looks at replaying traffic, chaos experiments, traffic simulation and high volume load testing.
Event-based architectures allow for decoupled service communications, but require agreement on event formats. This post looks at managing schemas and handling standardisation across teams.
Another event-driven architecture post, this one providing a useful classification of different event-driven approaches.
Dockerfile is ubiquitous, but if you’d rather write container build scripts in other languages then Dagger allows that and lots more. Nice example.
A post on work the Argo project is doing to secure its supply chain. A good case study for implementing SLSA, and explaining some of the terminology around attestations and provenance.
A good argument for new databases to support SQL.
A look at cargo-dist, a new release engineering tool for Rust projects. The blog post does a good job as well of talking about the fun of release engineering in general.
A packaged set of Terraform code that helps with spinning up self-hosted GitHub Action runners on GCP.