Welcome to edition number 153 of #ThisWeekInDevOps !
This blog aims to keep you up to date with the latest news from the world of DevOps.
This week’s edition will be the last one for the year as This Week In DevOps is going to take a winter break. But don’t worry, dear reader, we’ll be back to our regular schedule in the second week of January!
Giles Gaskell introduces tutorials in the Jenkins user documentation. In this blog post, he talks about why Jenkins user documentation now has tutorials, what topics those tutorials will be covering, and how they’re useful for the newcomers.
WeaveWorks announces Flux 1.1, an open source continuous deployment tool for Kubernetes.
Diego Tiziani and Andrew Larkin blog about the first day impressions from this year’s AWS re:Invent. For Diego, the first day of re:Invent has been about the community. Andrew talks about the new AWS Elemental Media Service and the workflow problems it solves.
Sean Carolan wrote a blog on how to automate configuration management on bare metal servers using Chef and HPE.
Andrew Marshall announces a new local and global load balancing solution built on NGINX Plus and Cedexis. The solution utilises Cedexis Radar to detect network traffic issues and adjusts the load balancing accordingly.
Another SRE Weekly with 8 outages reported (and their analysis). Also (as always) a few articles.
The Chaos Toolkit | The Chaos Toolkit is a free, open source project that enables you to create and apply Chaos Experiments to various types of infrastructure, platforms and applications
Escape | Escape is a framework which makes it easy to apply release engineering principles, such as versioning, testing, deployment and roll-back to every platform component throughout the software life-cycle.
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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 27/11/2017.
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