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June 12 · Issue #25 · View online
Weekly curated blogs and tools for DevOps, SRE and I&O professionals. No attention for paid solutions, unless discussed objectively.

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Best-practices
Cost orchestration at Walmart
Why keeping levels of abstraction matters
Kelsey Hightower
This is why you need more than one Kubernetes cluster in production and the ability to leverage a canary rollout of the various control planes. https://t.co/WyVNlOUCo4
1:18 AM - 12 Jun 2019
Performance speed limits: how fast can it go?
Network quality: rise of customized content delivery
Our journey in scaling low latency, multi-region services
Tutorials
Multi-cloud: why it matters
What is serverless, anyway?
Principles of architectural leadership
keopx
4:52 PM - 11 Jun 2019
Build a better VR gaming experience w/ Elastic
The essence and value of DevOps for machine learning
Tools
SaaS CTO security checklist
AWS costs every programmer should know
Compiling C to WebAssembly without Emscripten
Alec Clews
I wrote a short note on #docker build with *no* build context https://t.co/x8LOqpf0JN
3:18 PM - 6 Jun 2019
GitHub desktop 2.0 supports stashing and rebasing
Tupperware: efficient, reliable cluster management
DevSpace: turn a Kubernetes cluster into a dev site
Perspectives
The changing open source landscape
Why I don't do Domain Driven Design
The dangerous folly of “Software as a Service”
Ajay Chenampara
How do you work with private Github repos in @ansible Tower? A new blog post on how I leverage Tower's custom credentials in my workflow: https://t.co/a0vNvTXskU
2:14 PM - 8 Jun 2019
After microservices, does reactive still matter?
Is legacy code hard to read or you just not get it yet?
10 sec., identity & 20% memory loss: why you need backups
Presentations
DevOpsCon Spring 2019 Opening Keynote - Silos are dead. Long live silos
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