Several sets of posts this week on Prometheus and its ecosystem, coming out of the recent PromCon event. Plus discussion of being on-call, a counter-argument for those proposing building a platform and a scattering for other topics, from SBOMs to certificates.
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A great post with tips for being on-call. Covering why on-call is hard, and what you and your team can do to make it suck less.
Several good updates from the recent PromCon conference, all about Prometheus and with updates on OpenObservability, the new Perses project and more.
A nice counter argument to building your own platform. Definitely areas to consider before you make an investment, or things to watch out for if you’re building a platform.
A look at Certi, a tool for monitoring SSL certificate transparency and sending updates to various communication channels.
A double post on prometheus storage architecture. Looks at the challenge of scaling storage for time series data and recent advances.
npm now has native support for generating a software bill of materials. I think we’ll see this for other package management tools too.
Secretive is a macOS app for storing and managing SSH keys in the hardware Secure Enclave.
depot.ai is a container registry for public machine learning models, containing the top 100 models on Hugging Face. Nice integration with buildkit-based container build tools.