Welcome to edition number 147 of #ThisWeekInDevOps !
This blog aims to keep you up to date with the latest news from the world of DevOps.
Hrishikesh Barua blogs about the challenges and triumph Ericsson faced when adopting the CI/CD model. Ericsson's paper on adopting continuous delivery and deployment practices and talk at DOES17 London provide additional insight.
Daniel Beck announces an important security update for Jenkins. Recently released versions 2.84 and 2.73.2 contain fixes for several security vulnerabilities for Jenkins core. The latest Swarm and Maven plugins also contain a few security fixes. Speaks! plugin has known vulnerabilities, but no fixes available. Start patching!
Paul Duvall shares his vision on the next-generation of managed services. According to Paul, the next-gen MSPs will offer more self-servicing capabilities which would allow customers to rely on MSPs less.
Randall Hunt is giving us a new AWS fact: AWS ElasticSearch Service now supports VPC. But that comes with a couple of notes: 1st) currently, you cannot move existing domains to a VPC or vice-versa; 2nd) currently, Amazon ES does not support Amazon Kinesis Firehose integration for domains inside a VPC.
Flux7 Labs blogs about why they recommend everyone to use CloudWatch logs. Even when using other logging solutions, they recommend using CloudWatch as the first stop for logs before pushing logs to other platforms.
Vince Power wrote a comparison on NGINX load balancing vs AWS ELB.
Joe Michalowski blogs about why internal SLAs shouldn't feel like punishments. He suggests that internal SLAs should be used for setting performance expectations and highlight potential problems instead of using them for punishing business users.
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