Summer is finally coming to Finland and it’s nice to spend more time biking in the forests than sitting in the office or reading news but nevertheless here’s this months notes. This time it’s about videos of Chome DevTools, something about Microservices and security and how switching to HTTPS isn’t so easy.
Issue 19, 29.5.2017
Tools of the trade
Rethinking Microservices with Stateful Streams
Microservices are one of those polarising concepts that technologists either love or hate. Splitting applications into autonomous units clearly has advantages, but larger service-based systems tend to struggle as the interactions between the services grow. (from Microservice Weekly)
Why OWASP Top 10 is no longer relevant
Good points why of OWASP Top 10 only 4 are nowadays somewhat relevant. Explains and points to new attack vectors.
HTTPS on Stack Overflow: The End of a Long Road
It’s taken years for all of Stack Overflow and its related sites to go full-HTTPS. This post goes into extreme depth on the challenges faced and problems solved along the way. (from DevOps Weekly #117)
Container isolation gone wrong
Thorough story of Microservices isolation and troubleshoot in kernel level. tl;dl; gather metrics and monitor, don’t trust kernel.
WWF brings you a live cam starring a freshwater seal that lives in Lake Saimaa, Finland. The Saimaa ringed seal, saimaannorppa in Finnish, is one of the rarest seals in the world.