This week we start with Conquering Microservices Complexity at Uber with Distributed Tracing. In the articles deploying ansible tower with terraform, best practices for production cloud services, API gateway security risk, the new configuration to postgresql replication, how Linkedin customize kafka, kubernetes vulnerability, and how Monzo handles secrets.

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Yuri Shkuro presents a methodology that uses data mining to learn the typical behavior of the system from massive amounts of distributed traces, compares it with pathological behavior during outages, and uses complexity reduction…


We start our newsletter with the Challenges of Operationalizing Microservices. In the article section there is testing in production the hard parts, an introduction to percentile, serverless with go and graphql, using github as a docker registry, multi-cloud architecture, aws data transfer costs, backing up and restore k8s data using Velero, and The Guardian migration from MongoDB to PostgreSQL.

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What Lies between: the Challenges of Operationalizing Microserviceswww.infoq.com Colin Breck presents practical approaches to take microservices into production or increase the value…


We bring to you all the talks from GopherCon 2019.

In the article section we have linux networking troubleshooting, using a kubernetes based cluster for various services with auto HTTPS, enhancing bandaid load balancing at Dropbox, operating apache kafka, serverless slower and more expensive, and Hacktoberfest started.

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All presentations from GopherCon 2019

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A beginner’s guide to network troubleshooting in Linux | Enable Sysadminwww.redhat.com
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This week we bring the EBtree — Design for a Scheduler and Use (Almost) Everywhere.

Then articles about Helm Repository, TCP out of memory, Uber M3, Managing High Availability in PostgreSQL, API Rate Limiting, Serverless Services in Golang, and Kubernetes Cluster Autoscaler.

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Andjelko Iharos explores the goals, design and the choices behind the implementations of EBtree, and how they produce a very fast and versatile data storage for many of HAProxys advanced features. …


This week we have a presentation on getting to grips with Kubernetes RBAC. Then articles about Kubernetes, lessons learned when debugging a scaling problem, how a simple admission webhook lead to a cluster outage, maintain your application’s availability during a cloud update and Service Mesh.

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Whether you’re just getting started with Kubernetes, or you have spent time administering access controls on your cluster, you will probably have at least heard the term RBAC. …


This week we have a presentation on what PID loops look like in the context of modern systems. On articles, golang race conditions, Istio observability with Kiali, the google way to do code reviews and Goroutines pitfall.

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Colm MacCárthaigh shows what PID loops look like in the context of modern systems, and how exponential backoff, flow-control, and other techniques can be wielded to build self-healing systems.

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Golang: Introduction to Race Conditions for the Web Engineermedium.com

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This issue brings a video on Scaling Infrastructure Engineering at Slack and articles about Instrumenting Go applications, 7+12 factor application, Chaos Engineering with Amazon System Manager, Real Time Lambda Cost Analysis Using Honeycomb, failover strategy using Amazon Route53 and The New York Times Paywall project migration.

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Julia Grace was asked to build Slack’s first infrastructure engineering organization in August 2016. The company was two years old, and they were approaching the scalability limits of the original infrastructure. Things were starting to break…


This week we start with the talk An Engineer’s Guide to a Good Night’s Sleep with Nicky Wrightson, and her advice is excellent.

In the article section, we have a simple memory leak in Go and how to handle timeout in Go, efficient node out-of-resource management in Kubernetes, best practices to work with Terraform, a summarised explanation of HTTP/2, and applying Netflix DevOps Patterns to Windows.

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Nicky Wrightson gives some practical insight into how to handle failure in today’s more complex distributed…


This week we bring not just one, but the HashiCorp EU 2019 videos, I really suggest you to watch the Terraform and Consul presentations.

In this issue you will find the AWS Podcast, with a great chat with Adrian Cockcroft, and wide-ranging discussion about chaos in architectures, the requirements of Financial organisations, the use of the cloud in Formula One racing and Amazon’s Open Source activities.

In the articles you will see why microservices is for everyone, a Monzo Postmortem, Critical DevOps interview questions, Increasing resilience in Kubernetes, a makefile to spin up Kubernetes clusters on cloud providers for development…


This week we bring to you Reactive Systems Architecture.

In the article section you can read the Honeycomb reduce technical debt, AWS Bill, and terraform, Canoonical log lines, A deep dive into Linux namespaces, Golang error handling, How to reduce lambda functions costs, and HashiCorp Vault Helm Chart.

Tools that we love section we have Kubernetes External Secrets allows you to use external secret management systems (e.g., AWS Secrets Manager) to securely add secrets in Kubernetes.

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Jan Machacek and Matthew Squire give…

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