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DevOps'ish Podcast

DevOps'ish Podcast

By Chris Short

The DevOps’ish Podcast is a look at the news from the sources that feed the newsletter itself. We will go over the inputs into the newsletter (not necessarily the newsletter itself) to give listeners a different look at the news that complements the newsletter. The DevOps’ish Podcast is recorded via Twitter Spaces and audience participation is highly encouraged (follow @ChrisShort on Twitter).

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The DevOps'ish Podcast: 2022-10-31

DevOps'ish Podcast

The DevOps'ish Podcast: 2022-10-31
The DevOps'ish Podcast: 2022-10-31
The DevOps'ish Podcast is brought to you by the good folks at Observe your stacks y'all! Here's the links mentioned in this weeks podcast: Meet the Windows servers that have been fueling massive DDoSes for months | Ars Technica: Sign up - devopsish subreddit: RIP: Kathleen Booth, the inventor of assembly language • The Register: 50 Useful Vim Commands - VimTricks: SadServers - Troubleshooting Linux Servers: Announcing knative v1 8 release - Knative: The Big Tech Hiring Slowdown Is Here and it will Hurt - The Pragmatic Engineer: - Tech Layoff Tracker and Startup Layoff Lists: komodorio/helm-dashboard: The missing UI for Helm - visualize your releases: Microsoft is selling a $600 mini PC with Snapdragon 8cx Gen 3, 32GB RAM and 512GB storage - Liliputing: A Chrome fix for an in-the-wild exploit is out—Check your version: Security Advisory: Upcoming Critical OpenSSL Vulnerability: Using eStargz to reduce container startup time on Amazon EKS: Fedora 37 Release Delayed To Mid-November Over Critical OpenSSL Vulnerability - Phoronix: The State of Vault and Kubernetes, and Future Plans: Fermyon raises $20M to build tools for cloud app dev | TechCrunch: Sigstore Announces General Availability at SigstoreCon - Open Source Security Foundation: Kyverno 1.8 Released | Kyverno: Cloud native policy and governance usage 2022 Survey:
October 31, 2022
The DevOps’ish Podcast: 2022-10-17
The DevOps’ish Podcast: 2022-10-17
The DevOps'ish Podcast is brought to you by the good folks at Observe your stacks y'all! Here's the links mentioned in this weeks podcast: 2022 CNCF Contributor Survey: William Shatner: My Trip to Space Filled Me With Sadness - Variety: NocoDB takes on Airtable with open source no-code platform that connects to production databases | TechCrunch: Oh yes, the year of the Linux desktop will come • The Register: Windows 95 went the extra mile to ensure compatibility of SimCity, other games | Ars Technica: Intel Alder Lake BIOS code leaked, may contain vital secrets • The Register: Wall of Awful: Tactics for Summiting Your Most Mountainous Molehills - Trip Longworth - YouTube: What are the 4 Golden Signals for Monitoring Kubernetes? - Isovalent: Make your QEMU 10 times faster with this one weird trick — Determinate Systems: “So much screaming inside me”—Google Stadia shutdown stuns indie developers | Ars Technica: Nutanix Explores Sale After Receiving Takeover Interest - WSJ: Post | LinkedIn: Airborne Drones Are Dropping Cyber-Spy Exploits in the Wild: Intel Could Be Preparing For Massive Layoffs as Demand for PCs Plunge | Tom's Hardware: Turn around your Git mistakes in 17 ways - DEV Community 👩‍💻👨‍💻: Open Source After Dark Detroit: Chris Short 🇺🇸🇺🇦 on Twitter: "On Linux, what is your preferred text editor?" / Twitter:
October 17, 2022
The DevOps’ish Podcast: 2022-10-03
The DevOps’ish Podcast: 2022-10-03
Welcome to the third attempt at me running a Twitter Space as a podcast ( Today's SNAFU was the fact that, for whatever reason, my external mic would not work with the iPhone where it has before (FUN!). The DevOps'ish Podcast is brought to you by the good folks at Observe your stacks y'all! Here's the links mentioned in this weeks podcast: Ask Command — AI-powered Developer Assistant Girls Who Code Founder Speaks Out After Learning a School District Had Banned Her Books Carbon removal hype is becoming a dangerous distraction | MIT Technology Review TCP and UDP ports used by Apple software products - Apple Support Kubefirst | Daily trending repositories The pros and cons of eBPF profiling | Open Source Continuous Profiling Platform Big COVID-19 waves may be coming, new Omicron strains suggest | Science | AAAS Microsoft Confirms 2 New Exchange Zero-Day Flaws Being Used in the Wild Release Nvim v0.8.0 · neovim/neovim Why Stadia Failed NSA Employee Leaked Classified Cyber Intel, Charged with Espionage - Nextgov Numerous orgs hacked after installing weaponized open source apps | Ars Technica USB kills off SuperSpeed branding as it tries to simplify its ubiquitous connector - The Verge Blocking annoying and privacy-harming cookie consent banners | Brave Browser The Baffling Maze of Kubernetes - Last Week in AWS Blog kairos-io/kairos: The immutable Linux meta-distribution for edge Kubernetes. US candidate defeats Russian rival to head UN tech agency - The Record by Recorded Future allero-io/allero: By scanning CI/CD misconfigurations, Allero helps reduce production issues, harden your security posture and shift-left CI/CD from DevOps to developers. Istio is an official CNCF project - what does it mean for you? - Fedora Linux Disabling Mesa's H.264 / H.265 / VC1 VA-API Support Over Legal Concerns - Phoronix
October 03, 2022
The DevOps'ish Podcast: 2022-09-26
The DevOps'ish Podcast: 2022-09-26
Welcome to the second attempt at me running a Twitter Space as a podcast ( Thank you to Justin Garrison and others for helping me navigate link sharing. Here's all the articles discussed during the podcast... Why fix Kubernetes and Systemd?. Learn why and how the Aurae Runtime… | by Kris Nóva | Sep, 2022 | Medium Chris Short at @devopsdayschi 🇺🇸🇺🇦 on Twitter: "It’s the QUACKEN!!! I wonder if we could get this for #KubeCon but in goose form? It’s at the same venue (the venue is equally massive by the way). The Detroit Auto Show was a nice reconnoiter." / Twitter The record-setting DDoSes keep coming, with no end in sight | Ars Technica Record 25.3 Billion Request Multiplexing DDoS Attack Mitigated by Imperva | Imperva Kubernetes Guide: Graceful Shutdown with Lifecycle preStop Hook | Practical Systems Awareness. The principle of least awareness. Why… | by Kris Nóva | Sep, 2022 | ITNEXT Achieve Consistent Application-level Tagging for Cost Tracking in AWS | Containers Chainguard releases Wolfi, a Linux 'undistribution' | ZDNET Tune in next week:
September 26, 2022
The DevOps'ish Podcast: 2022-09-19
The DevOps'ish Podcast: 2022-09-19
Welcome to what will hopefully be the first of many, many podcasts under the DevOps'ish banner. Thank you for joining the Twitter Space for this podcast, if you joined. Follow @ChrisShort on Twitter to join the next DevOps'ish Twitter Space and participate in the podcast directly. Check out Issue 285 of DevOps'ish for more.
September 26, 2022
001: A bluer hue of red
001: A bluer hue of red
This week I go over notes from "DevOps'ish 135: DevOps’ish Deep Cuts podcast, burnout, on-call, Cloudflare fustercluck, multicloud mess, and more" See the newsletter and show notes at
July 10, 2019
000: The titles are too damn long
000: The titles are too damn long
This week I go over notes from "DevOps'ish 134: Kubernetes Security, multicloud marvels, BGP bungle, Bill's biggest blunder, Big Blue blows through EU, Big Red roiling JEDI requisition, and more" See the newsletter and show notes at
July 04, 2019