January is over, folks. Are you on track with your plans and resolutions for 2020?
More than a few really, and just so relatable. A good way to start the newsletter - with a smile 😊
What's wrong with Docker? Alex Ellis shares several ways to build containers without it. He uses OpenFaaS as the case study, as it uses OCI-format container images for its workloads.
Daniel Shapira starts off by telling a story about a KGB agent named Vladimir Vetrov 🕵️... and that hooked me in.
Chip Zoller lists the most compelling reasons for Kubernetes on virtual machines.
Permission Manager is a project that brings sanity to Kubernetes RBAC and Users management using Web UI.
Lando is "for developers who want to avoid the built-in-masochism of directly using docker or docker-compose"