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CatOps Digest 2023-03-19
What was on CatOps in the last couple of weeks…
This digest is quite packed with some not-really-a-digest things like our voice chat recording and a couple of my personal projects. Hope, you enjoy it!
Cyber-fundraiser by Come Back Alive - the goal is to gather 50M UAH for IT technologies and equipment for the Armed Forces of Ukraine. As of today about 30% of the target is reached.
“Long hands of Territorial Defence” fundraiser again by Come Back Alive. The goal is to gather 333M UAH for reconnaissance and firepower capabilities of the forces of Territorial Defence of Ukraine. As of today about 80% of the goal is complete.
Kubernetes Operations Survey
I’ve started the new Kubernetes Operations Survey! I would appreciate it, if you could spend a couple of minutes to fill it out, if you work with Kubernetes in your company.
The goal of this survey is to better understand so-called “2nd day operations” on Kubernetes clusters e.g. upgrades, maintenances, etc.
You can find the results of the last year’s survey here:
We had our regular voice chat (in Ukrainian), this time about development environments in the cloud. You can listen to it on YouTube or a podcast platform of your choice.
How to Accelerate Docker Builds and Optimize Caching With “COPY –link” - new Docker functionality. View on Telegram.
Some bad communication from Docker: first it appeared as if they’re going to delete Docker Organizations on the free-tier, but then they claimed that this is simply a misunderstanding because of some poor communication. Although, I’m still not sure if this is exactly the case, or they have backed down after the news came out.
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