Up & Running Weekly
Weekly curated blogs and tools for DevOps pros.
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3 minutes - You should be familiar with this tiring email notification from GitHub. If you have tons of repositories on GitHub like me, you can receive tons of emails.
Kubectl tree: visualize Kubernetes object ownership
1 minute - I've been leading the Krew "kubectl plugin manager" (a Kubernetes sub-project). Today, Krew is used to distribute over 70 kubectl plugins. This week, I finally took some time to write my first proper plugin.
A response to Hello World
16 minutes - Recently a blog post entitled "Hello World" by Drew DeVault has been making the rounds. He shows a "Hello World" program in several programming languages, how long those programs take to execute, how large of a binary they produce and how many syscalls they execute.
Poor state of Kubernetes horizontal pod autoscaling
5 minutes - I will look at the operation of the default implementation of the K8s pod autoscaler, and also at some alternatives (which are also lacking).
Building a BitTorrent client from the ground up in Go
18 minutes - What is the complete path between visiting thepiratebay and sublimating an mp3 file from thin air? We'll implement enough of the BitTorrent protocol to download Debian.
HyShield: enforcing service level data access control
15 minutes - HyShield is a system for globally deploying and enforcing data access control at microservice level without intrusive application code level modifications. It uses taint labels to store the privacy status of each piece of data and is built on top of Kubernetes and Istio.
Selenium UI tests in Docker containers
About me and my own project
Up & Running Weekly is a mailing consisting of the finest blogs and tools curated for Infra & DevOps pros. I’m Denis, a Russian moved to the Netherlands to help building Jexia, a cloud hub for front-end engineers. With Jexia, a frontend dev pays zero to eight euros per month to build fully equipped web apps.