Stop with the DevSecOps videos already - Coté's Commonplace Book - Issue #70
This is a bit of a ICYMI edition. I've been posting on my blog a lot more, so I'll give some pointers to that.
Our second DevOps Loop conference is coming up on June 22nd. It's free, and we've put in a lot of work to get an interesting line-up of topics, that is, speakers. I've worked with many of them to come up with new (or new-ish) talks. Anyhow, register for it and attend! It's free, dude!
Stop with the DevSecOps videos already
I'm almost done with all the videos I have around defining DevSecOps. I don't know: I just decide to make things that I've been thinking about recently.
Here's a very short talk defining what it is. I did this originally for an IDC conference, but I have a longer version that I'm using for our SpringOne Tour conferences:
With people building out the appdev layer on kubernetes (or “DevX”), many organizations are looking at how they support all the tools and internal community for developers. What’s interesting, and new, about projects like Backstage (now in the CNCF, so pretty closely tied to “we’re running our apps in kubernetes” strategies) is that backstage is looking to add tools right along side the usual “knowledge base” and project management stuff you get for internal dev portals, sites, “Confluence” stuff.
Anyhow, check out this article that JT and I wrote covering whet a developer portal is and why it will make your org. run better. Also, we’ve licensed a Gartner report on the topic which you can read for free: it’ll go into a lot more details.
From the Notebook
Things from my blog-notebook:
Getting paid less to get paid more - does that even make sense?
The Toby Ferris Life - Is life all projects and output?
There's more there, but many of them are reposts of write-ups from the newsletter - take your eye-holes on a walk down memory lane!
Relevant to your interests
For the links, check out the compilations in my notebook.