Welcome to edition number 144 of #ThisWeekInDevOps !
This blog aims to keep you up to date with the latest news from the world of DevOps.
Yousef Khalidi made an announcement about Azure Networking enhancements with regards to Security, Performance, monitoring and fully fledged Business targeted enhancements at Ignite 2017. Hopefully, all these are GA for a change.
Luis Vargas announces new Azure VM sizes for more cost-effective database workloads because you need them... or not.
Jeremy Eder provides us with an introduction to the Resource Management Working Group. That must be useful if you run RedHat's OPENSHIFT.
Robert Murphy demonstrates how to set up application auto-scaling with AWS ECS.
Michael Friis blogged about some exciting new things for Docker with Windows Server 1709.
Karthik Appigatla wrote about LinkedIn's MySQL Query Analyzer. They use this tool to dive into SQL queries that are run by several hundred applications, understand their performance characteristics, and then dig into options to further tune them.
Alan Murphy announces a new autoscaling support for NGINX Plus on AWS EC2.
GitLab 10.0 | released with Auto DevOps and Group Issue Boards.
Rancher 2.0 | release has been announced. The new version is built on Kubernetes and it gives a single point of control and visibility across multiple clusters.
Splunk Enterprise 7.0 | Summary of release notes:
Splunk Add-on for AWS 4.4.0 and Splunk App for AWS 5.1 | Summary of release notes:
Cake Solutions are hiring DevOps Engineers!
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Also if you are interested in the latest Scala news you can check Petr's blog post: This week in #Scala 25/09/2017.
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