Liam Newman introduces the Jenkins Minute video series that answer some of the most common questions asked in the community forums.
Viktor Farcic talks about running Jenkins Master as a Docker Swarm Service on AWS.
Guglielmo Iozzia wrote an introduction of Implementing a Jenkins Plugin From Scratch in 5 Steps and Less Than 5 Minutes.
Andreas Wittig wrote a comparison between Terraform and Cloudformation.
Pui Chee Chan reported on the new Jenkins plugin that can continuously deploy to Azure Web Apps.
Jeff Barr reported that you can now publish metrics to Cloudwatch with a 1 second interval and alarms that evaluate every 10 seconds.
Cluster Management and Orchestration
Gord Sissons wrote a comparison between Kubernetes and Docker Swarm.
Infrastructure As Code
Stefan Prodan looks at Terraforming Docker Swarm Clusters on Scaleway.
John Lieske wrote a getting started guide for Ansible beginners.
Containerization and Virtualization
Michael Crosby explains what is Containerd.
Denny Zhang wrote a blog about running process debug tools in Containers, but install nothing.
Faisal Memon wrote a detailed guide on how to install ModSecurity on NGINX to prevent malicious attacks.
Adrian Cole looks at debugging latency problems using call graphs created by Zipkin.
Monitoring and Logging
Zachary Flower wrote a blog post explaining how you can monitor MongoDB using Metricly.
Daniel Berman wrote an introduction to Kibana Time Series Visual Builder.
Brian Krebs reports that security patches for Microsoft and Adobe products have been released.
Anuj Saxena blogged about Kafka Streams and Unit Testing.
Jaana B. Dogan explains how SRE is leveraged in the Google ecosystem.
Calico 2.4 | Summary of release notes:
- Felix and Typha now support Kubernetes readiness and liveness checks
- Pre-DNAT policy support
- Kubernetes datastore driver now supports BGP configuration [beta]
- Support for multiple CIDR matches in Policy rules
- Calico now implements the networking.k8s.io/NetworkPolicy API semantics as defined by Kubernetes when using the etcd datastore
Terraform 0.10 | This release includes:
- Terraform is now divided between Core and Providers.
- Terraform Providers now have new Resources, new Data Sources and bug fixes.
- State Environments have been renamed to Workspaces for the sake of clarity.
- Note: Terraform has put out a guide on how to update to 0.10.
In case you've missed this year's QCon New York here's a list of key takeaway points and lessons learned, shared by Abel Avram
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