#70 Seven-Day DevOps — Weekly DevOps Newsletter

#70 Seven-Day DevOps — Weekly DevOps Newsletter


Amazing events, blog posts on scaling Kubernetes and gaining a better understanding of security scanners AND much much more. Happy Monday!

Hello beautiful people,

I wish you all a great start to the week!✨
This is one of these newsletters that makes me extremely happy to share so much exciting content from across the space!

🎉🎉🎉Also, I cannot believe that this is NUMBER 70 🎉🎉🎉


PS. If you haven't opened last week's edition, you missed out on the cutest puppy picture and made my puppy very very sad 😋

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Interesting content from across the space ✍🏻

Something interesting on Twitter 🐦

We had a very interesting discussion about docs; more specifically, how to divide docs by user-type. Read the full thread on Twitter 👇

Upcoming Live Streams and Events 📆

Ok, this is going to be kind of my content as well 👉👈

I will be speaking at three different events this week. These are all ONLINE! Namely:

Do you know of or are hosting any interesting events? – Promote them here!

My own content 🤸🏻‍♀️

If you are not sure when to use local/CLI-based security scanning and when to use an in-cluster scanner, I wrote up this comparison based on Trivy!
Vulnerability Scanning: Trivy vs the Trivy Operator

-- The video will follow this week on the Aqua open source YouTube channel

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Tweet of the week 🤦🏻‍♀️

This week's tweet of the week is by glitch