GitOps for Ephemerals is a Mess

I was working with Ephemeral instances for quite some time now. At this point I believe a different solution rather than pure GitOps is needed for them to operate efficiently. I’ll give some explanation below. I What are Ephemerals? Currently in DevOps / SRE, we define 2 types of Deployment instances: Persistent Instances and Ephemerals.… Continue reading GitOps for Ephemerals is a Mess

6 DevOps Trends for 2022

Traditionally before the New Year, I list most significant DevOps trends for the next year. Here is my list for 2022. 1. SBOMs are Getting Traction I previously mentioned Software Bills of Materials (SBOMs) in my list for 2021. The key trigger accelerating industry-wide SBOM adoption was Biden’s recent Executive Order requiring vendors to provide… Continue reading 6 DevOps Trends for 2022

Reliza Log4j Update

Since the discovery of first major CVE related to Log4j we had to fix several components in Reliza Hub exposed to this vulnerability. There was some back-and-forth with more CVEs published, after which we updated components one more time to make sure we are at 2.17.0 version of Log4j. This effort concluded on December 18,… Continue reading Reliza Log4j Update

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My CKS is in!

Finally, completed my kubernetes certification path: CKA, CKAD and now CKS! It is also interesting that my first security-related certification coincided with the discovery of the largest security vulnerability of the year.

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