Recently I had the privilege to write for Jeff Barr's main AWS blog. What I wrote: Building modern CI/CD pipeline in the Serverless era with GitOps. It's a topic I've explored before in some of my talks, and one that comes naturally because, as you may know, Datree is 100% serverless 💯
GitHub Actions 2.0 allows you to automate workflows, not just tasks. In other words, GitHub now does CI. That prompts many comments on HN.
"Monorepo is great if you're really good, but absolutely terrible if you're not that good. Multiple repos, on the other hand, are never great but never truly terrible, either."
Casey Rosenthal lists a number of Availability "fixes" that are more like myths. "Documenting best practices" and "enforcing procedures" are among those 😱 As with everything, how you do it matters 😉
AWS celebrity Corey Quinn summarizes what happened with the CapitalOne AWS breach announced last month. Also: J. Cole Morrison writes a more technical review of how it happened .
Justin Pirtle shares his list of serverless architectures, including API and microservices design.
In this article, Roy Osherove contends that the reason larger companies often fail to achieve high software delivery speed is because of the way people work with the pipeline.
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