DevOps Bulletin - Digest #77: DevOps Metrics 📊

#77: DevOps Metrics

Stolen credentials are the #1 cause of data breaches. Teleport makes your infrastructure more secure, scalable, and easier to use by eliminating static credentials like SSH keys and passwords and replacing them with biometric-based access. The Teleport platform supports modern DevOps workflows. And with fewer credentials to steal, security teams can improve security and compliance - Try today
📖 POSTS OF THE WEEK
Cracking the Docker CLI
The goal of this article is to show how a tiny bit of understanding of the containers' nature can help you master Docker's CLI, starting from the most foundational group of commands - commands to manage containers.
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"AWS IAM Roles, a tale of unnecessary complexity" - This all makes sense when you understand the inability to totally rewrite/refactor important complex systems used by customers and instead trying to keep solving all the challenges with an steady stream of incremental band-aids - Read more »
"44 books for DevOps, Site Reliability, and Cloud Engineers" - This blog post showcases some books to start your DevOps career or advance your career to the next level - Read more »
"17 DevOps metrics you should be tracking" - The development process requires a mix of technical and communications skills, which calls for specialized metrics to keep track of the team’s vitals - Read more »
"How to backup Kubernetes MySQL operator clusters" - This article will walk you through setting up backups to an Amazon S3-compatible object storage service. You’ll also see how to store backups in Oracle Cloud Infrastructure (OCI) storage or local persistent volumes inside your cluster - Read more »
"Machine Learning deployment types" - There are many ways you could deploy a 𝗠𝗮𝗰𝗵𝗶𝗻𝗲 𝗟𝗲𝗮𝗿𝗻𝗶𝗻𝗴 𝗠𝗼𝗱𝗲𝗹 to serve production use cases. Even if you will not be working with them day to day,  the following are the four ways you should know and understand - Read more »
"Configuration in the cloud" - A proof of concept that highlights how AWS Lambda could potentially use secrets stored in AWS Parameter Store and AWS Secrets Manager - Read more »
"GitHub stars won't pay your rent" - Going from OSS to SaaS. Mistakes made and lessons learned from launching Sizzy - The Browser For Developers - Read more »
"Serverless clean architecture & code with Domain-Driven Design" - How to use clean code and architectures in Serverless apps to ensure clean separation of code and infrastructure; including examples written in the AWS CDK and TypeScript - Read more »
🛠 PROJECTS OF THE WEEK
Podman Desktop enables you to easily work with containers from your local environment. It leverages Podman Engine to provide a lightweight and daemon-less container tool - Read more »
Matano is an open source security lake platform for AWS. It lets you ingest petabytes of security and log data from various sources, store and query them in an open Apache Iceberg data lake, and create Python detections as code for realtime alerting - Read more »
A CLI that searches AWS resources and launches them in the AWS console in your browser. This is using the Resource Explorer feature and works similarly to typing /Resource <your query> in the AWS console search bar, but lets you do it in your terminal instead for increased productivity - Read more »
This is a tool for auditing github organizations including their repos, users, and teams. It is useful for compliance, security and auditing - Read more »
📰 NEWSWORTHY STORIES
"Docker Desktop 4.14 adds resource usage monitor and vulnerability discovery" - Read more »
"GitHub Codespaces freely available to all GitHub users" - Read more »
"Momento launched out of stealth with their Serverless cache and a $15M seed" - Read more »
"Introducing AWS Resource Explorer – quickly find resources in your AWS account" - Read more »
📕 BOOK OF THE WEEK
In this reader-friendly book, you’ll learn how to talk about cloud concepts with engineers, what the cloud could do for your business, and how to start using AWS’s amazing services for your own IT tasks.

When you’re finished, you’ll be comfortable with the basics of cloud computing on AWS and you’ll be prepared to take the AWS Certified Cloud Practitioner Exam!
🎧 PODCAST/WEBINAR OF THE WEEK
What is the new intersection between open-source communities, vendors and VCs? Is it changing? Should we be concerned about the future of open source? Who should care about open source licensing? It is OK to treat customers and competitors differently?
💼 OPEN JOBS OF THE WEEK
Platform Engineering Manager @Knotch
AWS, Terraform, Jenkins

🌎 Remote, USA
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DevOps Engineer @Distributed
AWS, Python, Docker

🌎 Remote, anywhere
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DevOps Engineer @Evident
AWS, Jenkins, Git

🌎 Remote, anywhere
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Hand-picked DevOps opportunities to work from home, remotely, freelance, full-time, part-time, contract and internships - Read more »
🌎 EVENTS OF THE WEEK
AWS re:Invent is the most transformative event in tech. For 10 years, the global cloud community has gathered here to meet peers and cloud experts, get inspired, and rethink what’s possible. Join us again this year in Las Vegas for the biggest, most comprehensive, and most vibrant event in cloud computing - Register now
Kubernetes Community Days UK returns for 2022 and is taking place in-person at CodeNode, London on 22nd and 23rd November. This event brings together the cloud native community from across the UK to learn, network and collaborate - Register now
Join the WebAssembly community from around the world for two days of deep technical sessions. There is no better place to share, discuss, collaborate and socialize with other WebAssembly professionals - Register now
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