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CatOps Digest 2023-01-29
What was on CatOps since the last newsletter…
So, it’s been a while. I’m back from NY vacations, so it’s time to get back to the newsletter. Frankly, there were quite a few articles on the channel since the last issue.
Some of the post are from the previous year, though.
Disk encryption in AWS is close to useless and potentially harmful - an opinionated article on encryption in AWS. View on Telegram.
Security Keys at Grammarly Part 1: Why We Moved from OTP to FIDO2 for Team Member Authentication - the title is pretty verbose on its own. View on Telegram.
Security Keys at Grammarly Part 2: Our Hardware Keys Rollout and Lessons Learned - part 2 of the previous article. View on Telegram.
How Cloudflare uses Terraform to manage Cloudflare - examples and lessons learned of how to manage Cloudflare with Terraform. View on Telegram.
Also, check out the video from CNCF meetup in Berlin:
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