Development

Thursday – July 30, 2020

Relay by Puppet Public Beta

Relay is an event-driven DevOps platform. It listens to events from 3rd party services like AWS, Datadog, PagerDuty, Jira and more to trigger simpler, smarter workflows that automate tedious tasks. Existing solutions either require a lot of upfront DIY work (AWS Lambda or running your own script) or they weren’t built for DevOps teams (Zapier, IFTTT).

Relay provides out-of-the-box workflows for common use cases like cloud cost optimization, security, incident response and more. If those don’t work for you, Relay offers integrations with dozens of cloud provider services, open source tools and APIs that can be composed together in a simple YAML-based workflow.

Friday – January 3, 2020

gh-cards

Generates kanban cards from GitHub issues as HTML for easy printing.

Monday – August 19, 2019

The traits of serverless architecture

Whenever new technologies emerge, the first priority for a technologist is to understand the implication of adopting it. Serverless architecture is a …

Saturday – August 3, 2019

dmacvicar/terraform-provider-libvirt

This Terraform provider provisions infrastructure with Linux’s KVM using libvirt. It provides teams the benefits of Software Defined Infrastructure Terraform on top …

Wednesday – June 19, 2019

SweetOps Slack Archive

SweetOps is a collaborative DevOps community, where we welcome engineers from around the world of all skill levels, backgrounds, and experience to …

Introduction to GitLab Flow | GitLab

GitLab Flow integrates the Git workflow with an issue tracking system. Because Git allows a wide variety of branching strategies and workflows, …

Friday – May 3, 2019

Kong

Kong is an open-source platform to connect, manage, and secure APIs and microservices across hybrid, multi-cloud environments. Using their end-to-end API platform, trillions …

Tuesday – March 12, 2019

Telepresence

Telepresence is an open source tool that lets you run a single service locally for the purpose of local development while connecting …