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AWS has recently announced that Amazon Elastic Kubernetes Service (EKS) now supports Kubernetes version 1.25. Highlights of this update include support for Pod Security Admission (PSA), general availability of ephemeral containers, and new values for control groups API version 2.
Making code more efficient often ends up saving carbon. Storing less information and compressing it can also lower your carbon footprint. There are open-source projects and standards and guides available that can be used to increase sustainability in software development. Measurement standardization is needed to compare the environmental impact of cloud suppliers.
BMK has recently written about the challenges and DevEx compromises faced by engineers within traditionally non-technical enterprises. McKinsey Digital also recently published a report which asserts that every company is a software company. We report on BMK and McKinsey's recommendations for non-technical firms to improve their delivery by adopting safer software cultures.
CI/CD pipelines are a vital addition to any workflow but they can be further improved by the selective addition of observability. This article covers what data to monitor, which metrics to track, and how to best visualize the collected data.
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