​Microsoft open-sources its patent portfolio 5141 retweets

Microsoft is pledging our massive patent portfolio – over 60,000 patents – to Linux and open source by joining OIN this morning. If you're looking for signs that we are serious about being the world's largest open source company, look no further.

New year, new GitHub: Announcing unlimited free private repos and unif... 5083 retweets

Today(!) we’re thrilled to announce unlimited free private repos for all GitHub users, and a new simplified Enterprise offering:

Every Linux networking tool I know Do you ever feel like there ar... 3866 retweets

every linux networking tool I know (PDF poster:

Bite size linux! 1194 retweets

Confused about what a system call is? Heard the term "file descriptor" but not sure what it means? This zine is for you!! It has 19 important Linux concepts, each explained with a simple 1-page comic. You'll learn about threads, permissions, processe...

Pull request successfully merged Starting build 1042 retweets

The Microsoft acquisition of GitHub is complete, and we couldn’t be more excited to roll up our sleeves and start the next chapter. 🎉

Bite size command line! 779 retweets

Puzzled by ps? Flummoxed by find? Always wondered about awk? The Bite Size Command Line zine is here to help! Every page takes a command line tool and explains the most important things to know about it. What's in the zine. You'll get a 24-page PDF t...

Cloud AutoML: Making AI accessible to every business 576 retweets

Today, Google Cloud is announcing the first of many AutoML products, AutoML Vision. It's the result of close collaboration between the Google Brain and Cloud AI teams. Automatically solve vision problems to high accuracy with no ML expertise requi...

New zine: Profiling & tracing with perf!! 568 retweets

New zine: Profiling & tracing with perf!! - Julia Evans

The Cloud Native Interactive Landscape filters and sorts hundreds of 518 retweets

GitHub - cncf/landscape: 🌄The Cloud Native Interactive Landscape filters and sorts hundreds of projects and products, and shows details including GitHub stars, funding or market cap, first and last commits, contributor counts, headquarters location, ...

bpftrace (DTrace 20) for Linux 2018 500 retweets

new post: bpftrace (DTrace 2.0) for Linux 2018. Repo just made public!

Portable Cloud Programming with Go Cloud 494 retweets

📣Announcing: Portable Cloud Programming with Go Cloud ☁ A library and tools for developing on the open cloud ☁ OpenSource CloudComputing

How I changed the law with a GitHub pull request 432 retweets

How I changed the law with a GitHub pull request — “Washington DC has made GitHub the authoritative digital source for DC laws”

~jpetazzo/Seven years at Docker 419 retweets

After seven years at Docker, including two years struggling with depression and burnout, I've quit to take a sabbatical. To all the folks who were part of that fantastic journey: thank you! ♥

Half a decade with Go - The Go Blog 404 retweets

Today we celebrate five years of Go! golang

Help! I have a manager! 364 retweets

Ever felt confused about what your manager's job is? Don't know how to communicate with them? Want to get promoted but aren't sure how it works? This zine gives you a few tips for how to work together with your manager better! It explains how you and...

Intel published an open-source machine-readable (non-PDF) description ... 321 retweets

Intel published an open-source machine-readable (non-PDF) description of the x86 instruction set.

Ramblings from Jessie: Building Container Images Securely on Kubernete... 320 retweets

A post covering how to build container images securely on Kubernetes and why this was even a hard problem in the first place.

Introducing Season of Docs 314 retweets

Announcing Season of Docs, a new program that connects technical writers with open source projects! We hope Season of Docs will help technical writers get into developer documentation, while also helping open source projects improve their docs.

Why is HashiCorp committed to open source? 296 retweets

I was asked in a sales meeting why Vault is open source, and this was a fun coincidence… HashiCorp is committed to open source, more on why here:

CVE-2019-5736: runc container breakout (all versions) 272 retweets

There is a serious CVE in runc there will be Docker updates imminently running a hostile container can get code execution on the host.

HashiCorp Consul 12: Service Mesh 268 retweets

Announcing Consul Connect, a new feature built-in to Consul for secure service-to-service communication. Upgrade to the latest version of Consul, add a few lines of config, and you're done: mutual TLS between any two services. It's that easy.

Furthering Education of Hardening Containers 260 retweets

Let's work together to future-proof & fix Linux kernel namespaces! It will take a village but we might have fun 🐧🔒❤️

Seven years of Go - The Go Blog 249 retweets

Go was announced seven years ago today. Seven years! I remember the day vividly. (And warmly) Thanks to all.

Cluster Schedulers – Cindy Sridharan – Medium 248 retweets

— the purpose of schedulers the way they were originally envisaged and developed at Google — how well (or not) they translate to solve the problems of the rest of us — why they come in handy even…

Cutting cluster management fees on Google Kubernetes Engine 247 retweets

We just dropped the price on Google Kubernetes Engine. Now you get auto repair, scaling, and cluster upgrades backed by the legendary Google SREs with no management fees.

Ramblings from Jessie: The Life of a GitHub Action 245 retweets

Wrote a blog post: The Life of a GitHub Action An attempt at walking you through what happens when an Action is run, from when it's triggered to the finale :) Mind the shitty bash :P

Bite size command line! 226 retweets

Puzzled by ps? Flummoxed by find? Always wondered about awk? The Bite Size Command Line zine is here to help! Every page takes a command line tool and explains the most important things to know about it. What's in the zine. You'll get a 24-page PDF t...

The Security-minded Container Engine by CoreOS: rkt Hits 10 217 retweets

Today we celebrate rkt, a container runtime by CoreOS, graduating to v1.0!

Envoy graduates! – Envoy Proxy 213 retweets

Super excited to announce that EnvoyProxy is now a CloudNativeFdn graduated project, joining kubernetesio and PrometheusIO! This is a fantastic milestone and a clear indication of the industry's confidence in Envoy's future. 💥📈🙏

Profiling & tracing with perf 210 retweets

Want to get better at profiling & tracing your programs on Linux? `perf` is a super useful tool, but it's fairly complicated and I found it hard to get started with. Over the last 4 years, I've learned a lot about how perf works, and I've compressed ...

The Observation Deck » Open source confronts its midlife crisis 201 retweets

Open source confronts its midlife crisis: ht: adamhjk rhatr sogrady

Illustrated Guide To Kubernetes Networking 197 retweets

I've meant to write this for a while. An illustrated guide to Kubernetes networking. It's not as pretty as I hoped.

Standalone, daemon-less, unprivileged Dockerfile and OCI compatible c... 194 retweets

if you want containers without docker and the daemon, you can do `img pull myimage` and then a `runc create` and `runc start` and use my netns tool for networking and boom

Manages a Terraform deployment (and plans) — Ansible Documentation 190 retweets

Excited to see Ansible merge a module for Terraform: We’re planning/working on more integrations with Ansible across our tooling, too!

Bulk port forwarding Kubernetes services for local development 186 retweets

I don't run Kubernetes locally, but I do depend on services running in remote clusters. I either extract service IPs, or set up port forwarding, and keep my existing workflow. kubefwd is the tool I've been missing.

Prometheus, the backbone of container monitoring, hits 20 184 retweets

Prometheus 2.0 has been released. Learn about the MASSIVE performance improvements in the new storage engine and other new features.

code-of-conductrst\process\Documentation 180 retweets

Linux adds a code of conduct doc after many years. Further, Linus apologized for previous attacks/behavior and looks to improve. Good first steps Linux community!

Kubernetes on DigitalOcean 176 retweets

Looks like digitalocean is much closer to GKE in terms of provisioning a Kubernetes cluster in a single step and totally nails the developer experience.

OSS Capital Partnership and Advisors 172 retweets

⚡️ I am incredibly honored and excited to launch OSSCapital: A new, highly differentiated VC firm, the worlds first and only commercial OSS-founder-backed and founded exclusively focused on investing in + supporting commercial OSS founders! Learn mo...

Inside Cloud Spanner and the CAP Theorem 168 retweets

Building systems that manage globally distributed data, provide data consistency and are also highly available is really hard. The beauty of the cloud is t

Linux Load Averages: Solving the Mystery 158 retweets

Linux load averages explained, including why they include the uninterruptible I/O sleep state.

How to guide on running HashiCorp's Vault on Google Kubernetes Engine 150 retweets

Vault is so much easier to manage when you automate the initialization process and leverage an object store for persistence. Here's how I do that on gcpcloud and Kubernetes.

Google Cloud Platform Blog: Bringing the best of serverless to you 150 retweets

Google Cloud Functions adding support for functions packaged as container images will help remove barriers for those looking to adopt Serverless without giving up their favorite language runtimes and frameworks. GoogleNext18

Container Performance Analysis 149 retweets

slides for my DockerCon talk on Container Performance Analysis (in 3 mins)

etcd3 | A New Version of etcd from CoreOS 147 retweets

CoreOS has been working hard to deliver the next version of etcd. Now it's here. Check out etcd3 and all of its newest features!

CNCF Cloud Native Interactive Landscape 147 retweets

Find your favorite projects/products and its competitors on the new Cloud Native Interactive Landscape from CloudNativeFdn

Protobuf 3.0 is out. Exciting milestone for this foundational project ... 146 retweets

Protobuf 3.0 is out. Exciting milestone for this foundational project and for grpcio

Open sourcing ClusterFuzz 146 retweets

We've open sourced ClusterFuzz, the software behind OSS-Fuzz, a continuous fuzzing service we offer for free to open source projects. OSS-Fuzz has uncovered 11,000+ bugs in over 160 projects so far. Now anyone can integrate fuzzing into their workfl...

Red Hat to Acquire CoreOS, Expanding its Kubernetes and Containers Lea... 145 retweets

Red Hat, Inc. (NYSE: RHT), the world's leading provider of open source solutions, today announced that it has signed a definitive agreement to acquire CoreOS, Inc., an innovator and leader in Kubernetes and container-native solutions, for a purchase ...

The slides for my "Go in Go" talk from gopherfest 2015: golang 139 retweets

The slides for my "Go in Go" talk from gopherfest 2015:

Kubernetes Engine Documentation 139 retweets

GKE Private Clusters is now Beta! You can now create fully managed Kubernetes clusters without requiring public IPs on your nodes. Thanks to all involved, and to all you EAP customers who give such great feedback.

CNCF Cloud Native Interactive Landscape 137 retweets

The biggest ever improvement to the CloudNativeFdn Interactive Landscape: we now dynamically generate the landscape in real-time in your browser rather than having a graphic artist do so manually once a month.

Large-scale cluster management at Google with Borg 137 retweets

Borg paper is finally out. Lots of reasoning for why we made various decisions in kubernetes. Very exciting.

Introducing rkt's ability to automatically detect privilege escalation... 135 retweets

Intel's Clear Containers technology allows admins to benefit from the ease of container-based deployment without giving up the security of virtualization. For more than a year, rkt's KVM stage1 has supported VM-based container isolation, but we can b...

The Almighty Pause Container - Ian Lewis 135 retweets

When checking out the nodes of your Kubernetes cluster, you may have noticed some containers called

P2P Docker registry capable of distributing TBs of data in seconds 133 retweets

Been dreaming of this since 2014: UberEng releases Kraken: A peer-to-peer Docker registry:

Azure Functions: Choosing between queues and event hubs 125 retweets

I have this conversation about twice a week. Someone has decided they want to take advantage of the benefits of serverless Azure Functions for an upcoming project, but when starting to lay out the…

Video Recordings from HashiConf 2018: Keynotes and Breakout Sessions 124 retweets

The strength of HashiConf has always been its community and its speakers, and this year's lineup did not disappoint. Today, we're excited to finally share all of our keynote and br...

​Linux now dominates Azure | ZDNet 121 retweets

The most popular operating system on Microsoft's Azure cloud today is -- drumroll please -- Linux.

Announcing TriggerMesh Knative Lambda Runtime (KLR) 119 retweets

TriggerMesh Knative Lambda Runtime (KLR) is an open source project that provides complete portability of Amazon Web Services Lambda functions to Knative enabled clusters and Knative enabled serverless cloud infrastructure without the need to rewrite ...

What Google Cloud, G Suite and Chrome customers need to know about the... 119 retweets

Last year, Google’s Project Zero security team discovered a vulnerability affecting modern microprocessors. Since then, Google engineering teams have been working to protect our customers from the vulnerability across the entire suite of Google produ...

Microsoft Edge: Making the web better through more open source collabo... 116 retweets

For the past few years, Microsoft has meaningfully increased participation in the open source software (OSS) community, becoming one of the world’s largest supporters of OSS projects. Today we’re announcing that we intend to adopt the Chromium open s...

Container Runtime Sandbox 113 retweets

Container Runtime Sandbox. Contribute to google/gvisor development by creating an account on GitHub.

You need SRE skills to thrive in a serverless world — Kelsey Hightower 113 retweets

"Kubernetes does the things that the very best system administrator would do: automation, failover, centralized logging, monitoring. It takes what we've learned in the devops community and makes it the default, out of the box." kelseyhightower is wi...

Heptio will be joining forces with VMware on a shared cloud native mis... 113 retweets

Today we are incredibly excited to announce that Heptio will be acquired by VMware. It is a watershed day for our company, and we hope for the industry as a whole. The inevitable question is … why…

The postmortem for yesterday's GCP outage is up. Root Cause - a bug ... 113 retweets

The postmortem for yesterday's GCP outage is up. Root Cause - a bug in a feature that had been "dark launched" triggered by a config change Action items: - safer feature flagging/dark launches - config changes need to be canaried and gradually rol...

Bite Size zine pack! Get 3 zines: Bite Size Linux, Bite Size Comma... 111 retweets

finally added a way to buy all 3 bite size zines in one go

How to get a core dump for a segfault on Linux 111 retweets

How to get a core dump for a segfault on Linux - Julia Evans

I'm going to be working with ksylor on a zine version of "Oh shit, git 110 retweets

I'm going to be working with ksylor on a zine version of "Oh shit, git!" ( really excited to do a collaboration! :D

HashiConf 2018 Keynote & Demo: Infrastructure as Code in the Real Worl... 109 retweets

Kubernetes project co-founder Brendan Burns, now a DE for Microsoft Azure, shows how Azure and the HashiCorp stack can facilitate a gradual transformation in your organization.