A year ago, I started the Java roundup series of posts on this blog, to regularly share interesting news, articles, and posts about Java and related technologies. I enjoyed writing the series, and it motivated me to keep up with the latest trends in the Java ecosystem.
I’m also very interested in DevOps, the culture as well as the technologies it comes with, and I often read about it. That’s why, with the start of 2019, I decided to launch a DevOps roundup series, with the goal to share with you interesting content I’ve read on the web about DevOps-related things. Think Kubernetes, serverless, monitoring, infrastructure, SRE, and more.
This is the first post in the series, bringing you DevOps content published in the first week of 2019:
- Bose and Kubernetes [LWN.net];
- Distributed load testing with Gatling and Kubernetes;
- Horizontal Pod Autoscale with Custom Prometheus Metrics;
- Introducing kubectl warp — live develop code in Kubernetes!;
- Kubernetes: Scaling up solution of multiple services;
- Monorepo: please do! – Adam Jacob – Medium;
- Monorepos: Please don’t! – Matt Klein – Medium;
- STAMPing on event-stream • Hillel Wayne;
- Using S3 As a Helm Repository – Hacker Noon.