Delivering short and precise documents quickly is a key asset for DevOps. Nowdays, hosting code in GitHub is not only fancy but also overwhelming. Consequently more and more documentation effort goes to GitHub.
As a late fanboy of Atlassian Confluence, I also make my preference in GitHub wiki now. Enclosed are tips for how to do effective documentation in GitHub.
Nowadays people are happy to use community Docker images. It’s super fast and easy to setup infrastructure, compared to old black days. But watch out security risks hidding inside!
Ignoring them could result in serious damages sooner or later. How to easily identity security holes inside docker images?
Exciting news! Just got recognized as Most Valuable Blogger (MVB) By DZone.com. This is a very good sign for my ultimate goal: Be a DevOps Influencer.
Shell scripting is a must-have skill for DevOps. I used to be very very confident at Shell. But when I first tried ShellCheck, I realized that I’m just too proud and arrogant.
ShellCheck is a powerful code analysis tool for shell scripts. Like Pylint for Python or Rubocop for Ruby. Give it a try! You’ll get surprised.
Ever bothered by suspicious processes running in your servers? No doubt how dangerous they might be: valuable data leaked, CPU/memory wasted, or DDoS attack other victims, etc.
How to easily capture those annoying troublemakers? Even better, get alerted without extra human effort.