ReadMe - brush away the post bank holiday blues with some K8s projects and news

LiveWyer | 27 August 2019

At LiveWyer we have a Slack channel for work-relevant links from the community - here’s a few of our most recent.

Seashells lets you pipe output from command line programs to the web in real time -

Lightweight Kubernetes controllers as a service -

Facial recognition cameras deployed at London King’s Cross -

The Nightmare of Valve’s self-organising “utopia” -

Google: also not as fun to work for as it sounds -

Kubernetes Web UIs in 2019 -

CNCF’s own Dan Kohn was the first person ever to use the internet to sell something -

Usually not a fan of “backronyms”, but credit where it’s due to the namers of Key Negotiation Of Bluetooth Attack -

A Google Cloud cheat sheet -

This week in “I’ll believe it when I see it”, corporate leaders pledge to scrap “shareholder-first” ideology -

Announcing the HashiCorp Vault Helm Chart -

K8up is a backup operator that will handle PVC and app backups on a k8s/OpenShift cluster -

Easy and flexible alerting with ElasticSearch -

A Helm chart for my-bloody-jenkins - a self-configured jenkins docker image, based on Jenkins LTS -

VMware buys Pivotal in $2.7bn deal -

Check back soon for another fix of interesting projects and posts.

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