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    Julien Bisconti
    @veggiemonk
    Yep Jenkins is not that great but very well known and simple enough to do 90% of what most orgs need
    Jacob Lärfors
    @jlarfors
    I don’t know about all the Jenkins dislike... I mean, sure there are better tools, but also if you avoid all the pitfalls and use Argo/Flux to deploy it in K8s it’s actually really smooth... Not saying that it’d be my first choice though, but also not my last ;)
    And by “all” the pitfalls, I mean, the main obvious ones... realised how that sounded after reading it back 😅
    Andrey Devyatkin
    @Andrey9kin
    If you know how to cook Jenkins - you can do pretty much anything. However if you are new to it probably go for something else. Just doesn’t make sense to spend time learning all of the pitfalls
    I would say gitlab/github ci is quite good
    Jacob Lärfors
    @jlarfors
    That’s a very agreeable statement. We recently started using GCP CloudBuild using terraform for the setup
    That’s such a Lego like CI system
    Andrey Devyatkin
    @Andrey9kin
    Really liked that github actions have outputs for every step that you can reference in other steps.
    Jacob Lärfors
    @jlarfors
    Would say a podcast on CI tools would be fun, but not sure if we want to open Pandora’s box with that one...
    Andrey Devyatkin
    @Andrey9kin
    You always need to pass some info from one step to another and it is very neat implementation
    We could definitely do that and have you back
    Andrey Devyatkin
    @Andrey9kin
    How about discussing progressive delivery and ci/cd tools in general with @jlarfors next week?
    I know we wanted to discuss something else but we can take a bit later. What do you think @mattiashem ?
    Andrey Devyatkin
    @Andrey9kin
    Jacob Lärfors
    @jlarfors
    Haha, nice. Well I am always open for a discussion around CI
    Andrey Devyatkin
    @Andrey9kin
    Not sure if I shared it before https://aws-cost.academy/
    Mattias Hemmingsson
    @mattiashem
    Sounds good lets do talk "progressive delivery and ci/cd tools" Wednesday and then do "wazuh and IDS " next time ? @jlarfors Shall i send invite? And @/all any else want to jump in as well in the battle of CI / CD tools :-)
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    Jacob Lärfors
    @jlarfors
    Would this also include talks on GitOps and tools like FluxCD/ArgoCD?
    So “Progressive delivery” to include deployment?
    Personally I think the topic is very relevant for CI... kinda changes the pipeline game
    Mattias Hemmingsson
    @mattiashem
    Yee we hade a talk before about gitops. But as you said "Game changer" :-) You can bring up anything you like during the talk no hard agendas
    Should a send a invite then ?
    Andrey Devyatkin
    @Andrey9kin
    @mattiashem yes please do
    November 10, 2020
    How to get root on Ubuntu 20.04 by pretending nobody’s /home
    Julien Bisconti
    @veggiemonk
    Andrey Devyatkin
    @Andrey9kin
    so is it a some kind of wrapper around argocd?
    Julien Bisconti
    @veggiemonk
    It seems like it, but with better default configuration
    Julien Bisconti
    @veggiemonk
    Mattias Hemmingsson
    @mattiashem
    Nice have a hackday so will start looking on devtron.ai looks nice.
    Julien Bisconti
    @veggiemonk

    Devops vs Security - where do they intersect?

    Cyber Security & Devops With Zaid Sabih & Brett Fisher

    OH:

    A: "Just use Terrible to deploy it."
    B: "What?"
    A: "Terraform and Ansible."
    B: "Oh. Yeah. Terrible."

    Mattias Hemmingsson
    @mattiashem
    hahah
    Nice to talk some IDS next time
    And how new tools are taking over :-)
    Julien Bisconti
    @veggiemonk
    Cool
    I heard Wazuh was quite popular.
    Julien Bisconti
    @veggiemonk
    Jacob Lärfors
    @jlarfors

    Hey! So I’ve been part of a team developing an open source tool for capturing as much data as possible to do with software development/release (test results, task management, ci pipelines, etc.). It is basically a data pipeline language in HCL with a graphql backend for data storing, querying, mutation, subscribing, notifications... At least I am super excited about this project, codenamed “bubbly”
    Andrey suggested that we could do an episode on this, and discuss similar tools like Eiffel or even tekton.

    Thoughts_

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    Andrey Devyatkin
    @Andrey9kin
    1 reply
    Support not only vault but AWS Secrets Manager as well
    though useful for GitOps approach I wouldn’t pull secrets from Vault to k8s secrets since then auditing becomes harder
    it is better to have application to read it directly from vault (or using some startup script)
    making sure we have a tracable access log wiht actual id
    Jacob Lärfors
    @jlarfors
    “that would be an interesting show” <— maybe too interesting :D