Category: DevOps

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Artificial intelligence is everywhere in technology these days. If you are building software that captures data, odds are that you are also training ai models to enhance that data.

Did you know that ChatGPT can help you write Ansible? ChatGPT utilizes the same OpenAI that GitHub Copilot uses to generate code on the fly in your favorite IDE or code editor.

ChatGPT is a chatbot built on top of OpenAI. Using information from various sources, OpenAI is a language-processing model which can ‘learn' from natural language and provides responses in a variety of different formats.

Kubernetes, while fairly mature as a platform, is still considered an emerging technology in the business space. Due to this, lots of engineers are spending their free time trying to learn about Helm which can lead to some pretty frustrating errors.

Below is a list of DevOps articles/sites that I discovered over the past month and found interesting. Linux Troubleshooting This is an interesting tool that people can use to test out their Linux troubleshooting skills in a capture-the-flag-style event.

DevOps is an approach to software development and operation, where teams are able to collaborate more effectively and accelerate software releases from development to production.

Trust and respect are essential ingredients in any healthy working environment. When trust and respect are present, team members feel safe to give their best, collaborate openly, and challenge one another constructively.

Automation Testing in DevOps is generally relegated to the software being released to production. Environmental testing is performed by manual testing practices or high-level smoke tests.

Sysdig Threat Research Team has discovered PURPLEURCHIN, an elaborate crypto mining operation taking advantage of automated CI/CD services. Attackers have used millions of free compute cycles through services such as GitHub Actions, Heroku, and others, to run the operation.