Hi beautiful people,
I hope you have a great week!
To be honest, I was thinking of stopping this newsletter or converting it into something else but then so many amazing people approached me at KubeCon to share with me how much this newsletter has helped them. So, I cannot really stop this newsletter after that.
Thank you for all your support!
In this week's edition, I am sharing my KubeCon highlights, interesting written resources and presentations.
Huge shout-out to Rootly for sponsoring this newsletter!
Rootlyautomates manual tasks like creating an incident channel, Jira ticket and Zoom rooms, inviting responders, creating status page updates, postmortem timelines and more.
Want to see why companies like Canva and Grammarly are using Rootly? https://rootly.com/demo/
My KubeCon Experience 💙
Here is a thread with my KubeCon experience. Thank you everyone for making it so amazing!!!
My absolute highlights summarised:
- Speaking in front of 500 people at ArgoCon!! My talk is also now available on YouTube
- Getting to meet so many amazing people & reconnecting with friends
THANK YOUUUU 💙
She Can Cloud Native 🎬
Also, a huge shout-out to Komodor for supporting me in building this series.
Written Content ✍🏻
"The aim of this site is to be a bridge between researchers and practitioners. Each post highlights some useful results from studies past and present in the hope that this will encourage discussion of what we know, what we think we know that ain't actually so, why we believe some things but not others, and what questions should be tackled next."
I finished my Bachelor Thesis on Security Chaos Engineering 👑
I finally finished my Bachelor degree by handing in my Bachelor Thesis. As part of the thesis, I wrote a Kubernetes Operator to implement Security Chaos Engineering. Here is the TLDR of the Operator I wrote:
Upcoming conferences 📅
- WTF SRE 4th and 5th of May 2023 (in person)
- DevOpsDays Birmingham 15th and 16th of June (in person)
- DevOpsDays Amsterdam 21st to 23rd of June (in person)