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#46 DevOps Diary: Short and Sweet

This week's newsletter is short and sweet with lots of events, tutorials, video and written content.

Anais Urlichs
Anais Urlichs
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#46 DevOps Diary: Short and Sweet

Hello and welcome beautiful people,

this week's newsletter is short and sweet with lots of events, tutorials, video and written content.

Enjoy 🎉

Community Highlight 🧑🏻‍🤝‍🧑🏽

And you might also be interested in: Kubernetes Version 1.23: What’s New for Security? by Rory McCune

Open Source Project Highlight 📸

multi-tenant-in-a-box by Cloud Native Skunkworks


And as another highlight this week, have a look at this free open source e-book on getting started with Docker by Bobby Iliev!



This tutorial provides an A to Z overview for setting up your monitoring stack with Grafana, Prometheus, Loki and Komodor. Each step is provided in the tutorial as well as in the blog post.


And this newsletter would not be complete if I would not have an article featuring:

Inside the Log4j2 vulnerability (CVE-2021-44228)


ALSO the CFP for DevOps Days Birmingham are OPEN! Make sure to submit your talks, we would love to hear from you. PS I am hosting the conference with several amazing people.

Sticky-Content 📌

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Tweet of the week 🐦

This week's tweet of the week is by Karanbir Singh

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If you have content that you would like to have highlighted in one of my next newsletters, please do reach out and I would love to feature your work.

This is it for today, until next time 👋🏻


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Heya, I'm Anais, a Developer Advocate writing about tech, in particular about DevOps and how to get started in the space. Additional topics include studies, career, and lifestyle.