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26. Kaeffchen: macOS Big Sur & Tracing

Highlights We’ve shared the latest news from the week, including the macOS Big Sur update with then moving to tracing, OpenTelemetry and Honeycomb’s buildevents and how CI/CD tracing in general can be improved. Recording Enjoy the session!

Date published: December 2, 2020

9. Cafe: AWS re:invent try-out: EC2 macOS & Proton

Highlights AWS re:invent announced new products and we decided to try them out: Use Amazon EC2 Mac Instances to Build & Test macOS, iOS, ipadOS, tvOS, and watchOS Apps AWS Proton: A microservices/container deployment service Recording Enjoy the session! 🦊

Date published: December 2, 2020

25. Kaeffchen: Docker Hub Rate Limit Monitoring & Gitpod

Highlights We’ve talked a bit about GitLab, then jumped into Docker Hub Rate Limit monitoring and concluded with Gitpod tests for about.gitlab.com. Recording Enjoy the session! Insights Agenda Guests: Michael Friedrich, Christian Stankovic, Nicolai Buchwitz, Niclas Mietz Next ☕ chat #26: 2020-11-25 - Agenda

Date published: November 11, 2020

8. Cafe: Keptn, an event-based control plane for continuous delivery and automated operations for cloud-native applications.

Highlights Alois kicked off with an introduction to Keptn and its idea on a control pane for continuous delivery. Developed at Dynatrace, it was recently contributed to the CNCF. Christian did a deep dive into the use cases with events, SLI/SLO/SLA observability in stages before going to production. He continued with a live demo with Keptn and CI/CD pipelines. We’ve also learned how GitLab CI/CD pipelines integrate with Keptn into Dynatrace. Read More…

Date published: November 11, 2020

24. Kaeffchen: Puppet Insights - 7 preview, Learn, Remediate & Comply, Bolt, Puppetize Digital

Highlights Puppet 7 Release within the next couple of weeks. Preview: Nightly Builds Facter 4 written in Ruby again, no C++. Maintenance and contributions. Newer components: Ruby 2.7, postgresql 11+, default to SHA256 Environment caching improvements Learn Puppet Trainings in Germany: example42 Self-paced hands-on training: Learning VM and Learning VM video series Pupperware: docker-compose for a puppetserver and database Puppet Security products Remediate for vulnerability scanning use existing security scanners and integrations Execute fixes with Bolt Comply for compliance scanning Integrate with CIS manage profiles and baselines Puppet Bolt Puppet Litmus Puppetize Digital Recording Enjoy the session! Read More…

Date published: November 4, 2020

7. Cafe: Docker Hub Rate Limit: Mitigation, Caching and Monitoring

Highlights We went from a quick introduction of the Docker Hub Rate Limits into a thoughtful discussion round of whom is affected and how to mitigate further. Every CI/CD pipeline and job being run in a container is affected, and likewise deployments run in containerized environments such as Kubernetes clusters. Next to caching proxies, we will see a need for building and maintaining your own Docker images. Following the OCI specification, this needs a central repository hosting the Dockerfile definitions, CI jobs for building, tagging and pushing a local container registry, e. Read More…

Date published: November 4, 2020