Happy Monday, Ops Community! ✨
My day's been a bit thrown off by the disruption of heating engineers drilling through my house's concrete walls. To keep my spirits chill 😎, I've been jamming to this playlist in-between the racket - enjoy!
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Kubernetes was order of the week, with
- More of Daniele's excellent K8s content, this time on scaling with multiple clusters and regions,
- Patrick's guide to creating an approval process for Helm charts on your clusters,
- Daniel's link to docs for optimizing multi-cluster workloads with New Relic,
- with some more notable mentions in @argonaut's comprehensive o11y roundup
👉 Click here for more on #kubernetes
👉 And here for more on #o11y
What are you planning for the week ahead?
👉 Let me and the community know by commenting below. I'll be checking back with you next week to see how it went!
Top comments (8)
@ellativity productive! Didn't quite get anything buttoned up, but things are looking good for this week.
You had one of those weeks too? SAME! Somehow it felt like everything was a longer task than expected.
This means I'm hoping to check a lot of items off my list this week as a result, so wishing us all the best! 😊
my top goal for this week beyond the daily work stuff was to get a new blog post published. Finally managed to get it finished today. :-)
Always nice to start the week off with a win (Tuesday is definitely still the start of the week in my book...)
Here's Mike's post in case anyone is curious: Easily Query your Cloud Inventory with Steampipe
To be fair it was a goal from last week that didn't get done ;-)
As far as I'm concerned, it's still year 2020. One week late is right on schedule these days @cloudyadvice. 😆
I'm with Brad here, Mike.
The past 2.5 years have thrown off all bets. Time is an illusion, we are all pickles floating in an infinite pickle jar, what even is "last week"?