DevOps Newsletters of Note
Continuous learning is a critical part of DevOps. Staying current is imperative. These are DevOps newsletters of note from several well regarded DevOps leaders.
A weekly slice of devops news brought to you by Gareth Rushgrove.
Cloud Native, DevOps, GitOps, Open Source, industry news, culture, and the ‘ish between.
The weekly newsletter for all things Kubernetes and beyond.
Last Week in AWS
Keeping up with AWS announcements is like drinking from a firehose
The latest and greatest on all things AWS Elastic Kubernetes Service, Kubernetes, and Cloud Native.
Protocol Source Code
You're busy. Let us help you. What matters in tech, in your inbox every morning.
A newsletter devoted to everything related to keeping a site or service available as consistently as possible.
The observability (o11y) newsletter covers topics including but not limited to OpenTelemetry, Prometheus, Grafana, FluentBit, and managed offerings.
The New Stack
Get the latest news and trends in app development and management at scale with The New Stack's weekly newsletter, delivered to your inbox each Friday.
Infrastructure as a Newsletter
Get Digital Ocean's roundup of sysadmin tutorials and open source happenings delivered to your inbox once you sign up and again every two weeks.
Resilience engineering for software people
0800-DEVOPS is a monthly digest of interesting ideas from the world of DevOps, technical practices and increased productivity featuring interviews with inspiring people from DevOps world.
DevOps Industry Updates
The latest and greatest developments in DevOps, Kubernetes, the public cloud (AWS, GCP, Azure), Linux, Security and Programming with a penchant for high-quality content.
Weekly newsletter for developers and operators that contains 1 GIF, 2 comments, and 3 links with useful articles, tools, and services.
Upcoming Kubernetes Events
Curated meetups, conferences, training and webinars on Kubernetes.
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