Posts on chaos engineering for security, DORA metrics for incident management and vulnerability management for containers this week, along with tools from API Gateways to AI-based developer assistants.
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A look at applying some of the DORA findings to improving incident management practices.
A post looking at utilising chaos engineering practices to test for potential security issues.
How does Platform Engineering change the interaction between development and operations teams? It depends on the specific business problem you’re trying to solve.
A detailed post on vulnerability management, in particular looking at the complexity and patterns of vulnerabilities when it comes to container images.
gittuf provides a security layer for Git using The Update Framework (TUF). gittuf handles key management for users of the repository, allowing for setting permissions for repository branches, tags, files and more.
Tabby is a self-hosted AI coding assistant, offering an open-source and on-premises alternative to GitHub Copilot that supports running on consumer GPUs.
Helix is a modern console-based editor, integrating tree-sitter for syntax-highlighting and formatting, language-server for interoperability with various plugins, and implemented in Rust.