Keeping it short, sweet, and all about the content our community has shared this past week:
A warm welcome 👋
to all our new members this week. We would love to meet you in the Welcome Thread. Stop by to say "hello" 😊
👉 If you're new here and would like some suggestions for people to follow who share your interests, we welcome you to share a bit about what you're working on and what you're like to learn and share!
- @avital_trifsik keeps the content flowing for @memphis_dev with a summary of ETL's past, present, and future,
- @eyalestrin got a little theoretical (in all the good ways) about connection models in this post,
- @eriklz followed up last week's comparison post with a sorta-Part Two post, this time just on Pulumi (kinda-Part One is here),
- @lob_dev is back with one of their excellent retro posts, this time using HTTP keep-alive to reduce waste and improve performance,
- - @jmarhee shared a note for resolving a state error when creating a Glusterfs deployment
- and @argonaut continues their ongoing contributions to the optimization conversation with this post on reducing your Kubernetes bill.
- @alvaradodaniel3 dropped a couple of juicy links in the latest round-up post](https://community.ops.io/newrelic/new-relic-technical-blogs-and-updates-of-october-2022-2935), including one on New Relic's handy Terraform integration, as well as an update post that includes a guide to Jenkins with OpenTelemetry integration,
- the PagerDuty Team invite you to watch their webinar Evolve to Resolve: Fewer Incidents, Faster Response,
- and @haviv kicked off a new series on operational excellence.
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 (6)
This week... Umm ... Nothing.... This year most of the things
Enjoy your quiet week @dabjazz! Since you haven't dropped an intro comment in the Welcome Thread yet, I hope you'll find time to tell us a little bit about you!
I must have forgot to introduce myself. I'm yash🤝. The only reason I code is when I am getting paid. Cloud computing, devops, linux, Web3, game dev are just my hobby. I get fascinated by unity3d and 3d texture rendering. I work on cloud or devops field because I want to be jack of all trades and master of one. Currently I am a software engineer at Bosch. My domain now is Human machine interaction. Embedded system. I find myself to be quite knowledgeable because I tried learning many things. Now I don't fear because everything has a documentation. Everything is just 1 google search away.🤝
I just slack off because I get tensed sometimes and feel angry 😂😂😂. That's me.
Hopfully growing our community :)
That's always a great intention to have for each week, @avital_trifsik - any specific activities up your sleeve for this one?
Started my journey of 90days of DevOps.
Doing 1% of things 1hour a day. Maintaining my journal. Opened up a hashnode account for blogging.