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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Video of the week
Jan Machacek and Matthew Squire give us the answer to the click-baity headline “Four things that make the biggest impact in distributed systems”, together with architectural and code examples to help avoid repeating their mistakes.
Articles & News
This post will explain, why you need CI/CD for “infrastructure as code”, why you really should be paying a vendor to do certain things, and how to reduce your compute bill by 3x.
Fast and flexible observability with canonical log lines — stripe.com
Canonical log lines are a lightweight, flexible, and technology-agnostic technique for observability that are powerful and easy to implement.
In the last part of the deep dive into linux will show how to run processes in isolated mount and pid namespaces.
The bet365 team shown their way to do error handling in go.
Mohamed Labouardy explains how they reduced the Lambda Functions costs.
HashiCorp released an official Helm Chart for Vault, now you can start a Vault cluster running on Kubernetes in just minutes.
Tools that we love!
💂 Kubernetes External Secrets allows you to use external secret management systems (e.g., AWS Secrets Manager) to securely add secrets in Kubernetes.