Welcome to the 133rd edition of #ThisWeekInDevOps !
This blog aims to keep you up to date with the latest news from the world of DevOps.
Luis Martínez de Bartolomé bloged about: Continuous Integration for C/C++ projects with Jenkins and Conan.
Zach Pohlman blogs about Google's reimagining of virtual private clouds.
Andres Juarez announces a new set of Azure services for the UK region. The set includes Azure Container Service, Log Analytics, Logic Apps, Azure Stream Analytics, SQL Threat Detection, SQL Data Sync public preview, SSE in managed disks.
Jenny Hunter demonstrates track configuration changes in Azure VMs using Change Tracking. The feature is currently in private preview.
Mike Wasson presents 9 design patterns for microservices in Azure.
Nick Young introduces BDDA, an infrastructure workflow Atlassian uses for Kubernetes. The BDDA workflow describes how code changes get automatically tested and deployed to a Kubernetes cluster.
Thomas Fricke describes some common patterns to build containerized applications with examples using Kubernetes.
Sophia Parafina walks us through: MULTI-STAGE BUILDS in Docker.
Eric Johnson explains on his article how to monitor Google Cloud SQL performance easily with Datadog.
Tom Krouper and Shlomi Noach wrote a blog about how MySQL infrastructure testing automation is being managed at GitHub.
Tectonic 1.6.7 | Summary of release notes:
HashiCorp Vagrant 1.9.6 | This release includes improvements and bug fixes:
Moby Summit | September 14, 2017 | Los Angeles
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