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Week 33 - Issue #92

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Week 33 - Issue #92

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How to Find and Solve Engineering Bottlenecks – The New Stack

Due to dependencies on other teams, buggy CI/CD systems, or application complexity, engineering bottlenecks can arise. They can be identified relatively easily through qualitative data-gathering methods like retrospectives, and teams can use quantitative data to either support or debunk their assumptions about bottlenecks. Once a team has identified bottlenecks, they can create a status in their ticketing system (Jira, Azure, GitLab, etc.) that reflects that bottleneck, tracking the time that tickets sit in that state, blocked from moving forward.

Kubernetes Ephemeral Containers and kubectl debug Command

Kubernetes ephemeral containers are great and much needed. The fastest way to get started is the kubectl debug Command. However, this Command might be tricky to use if you're not container-savvy.

Introducing the PlanetScale serverless driver for JavaScript

PlanetScale has introduced a new serverless driver for JavaScript that uses the Fetch API. The driver is compatible with Cloudflare Workers, Vercel Edge Functions, and Netlify Edge Functions. The driver also handles SQL sanitization to help prevent security issues like SQL injection.

Kubernetes The Easy Way. Kubernetes is the go-to solution for… | by Rumesh Bandara | devopsanswers | Medium

Kubernetes is an open-source container orchestration system trusted by the community and large web-scale companies. It is used to provision, schedule, and manage containers at a scalable level.

Boost your Laravel Application's performance with Octane | by Hooman Naghiee | Medium

RoadRunner is a PHP application server that runs your application in workers instead of running it for every request. Laravel's official Octane package makes your app ready to use, RoadRunner.

Scanning for AWS Security Issues With Trivy | liamg

Trivy is an open-source security scanner that can find many different types of security issues in anything you point it at for free. It can now also scan AWS accounts for security issues.

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