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DEVOPS WEEKLY ISSUE #286 - 19th June 2016

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Devops weekly is on US time for the next few issues as I’m out in Seattle for DockerCon and then onto Santa Clara for Velocity and Devops Days. If you’re aro...

DEVOPS WEEKLY ISSUE #285 - 12th June 2016

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Monitoring is one of those recurring topics for Devops Weekly, so I’m hugely happy to see the new book The Art of Monitoring is now available. https://www.ar...

DEVOPS WEEKLY ISSUE #284 - 5th June 2016

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The usual wide range of devops related content this week - distributed systems to remembering devops isn’t about change for it’s own sake, the meaning of ope...

DEVOPS WEEKLY ISSUE #283 - 29th May 2016

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Serverlessconf kicked off a bunch of interesting conversations on the internet this week about the serverless architectural style. I just wanted to say thank...

DEVOPS WEEKLY ISSUE #282 - 22nd May 2016

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Lots of interesting and varied tools this week, including novel or new approaches to well trod problems in the way of a new reverse proxy and load balancer i...

DEVOPS WEEKLY ISSUE #281 - 15th May 2016

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Lots for those of us interested in the culture and organisational change side of devops this week. An excellent essay on sharing, an article on what CAP theo...

DEVOPS WEEKLY ISSUE #280 - 8th May 2016

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A pretty wide range of content this week; from in depth posts about how syscalls work to tips on how to embrace a security-minded culture, and from container...

DEVOPS WEEKLY ISSUE #278 - 24th April 2016

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Devopsdays London this week was a great event, in many ways it felt like Devopsdays Enterprise. The audience of people from banks, financial services as well...

DEVOPS WEEKLY ISSUE #277 - 17th April 2016

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Several stories of running data storage technologies this week from the venerable MySQL to the cutting edge Kafka. Lots of hard earned wisdom in tales of how...

DEVOPS WEEKLY ISSUE #276 - 10th April 2016

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A few posts this week reminded me about the power of screenshots, especially when talking about the internal tooling many organisations build when integratin...