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Incidents, fixes, and the day after – Booking.com Infrastructure – Medium

Posted by jpluimers on 2019/11/11

In larger teams, to handle Incidents, fixes, and the day after – Booking.com Infrastructure – Medium [WayBack] you escalate it through a set of carefully chosen phases.

  1. Starting the escalation
  2. Gathering the firefighters
  3. Going back to business
  4. Closing the escalation
  5. Working towards the permanent solution
  6. Postmortem retrospective

–jeroen

via: [WayBack] Incident Handling und der Tag danach (Booking.com) – – Kristian Köhntopp – Google+

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Fabric, Cuisine and Watchdog for server administration in Python

Posted by jpluimers on 2019/08/05

For my reading list: [WayBackFabric, Cuisine and Watchdog for server administration in Python.

It’s about these environments and tools:

–jeroen

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Friday Deploys, and other harmful BOFH memes – The Isoblog.

Posted by jpluimers on 2019/06/05

The answer to the meme on the right:

If you are having problems deploying on a Friday, you will have them at any time of the week. Your processes are broken.

Source: [WayBackFriday Deploys, and other harmful BOFH memes – The Isoblog.

via: [WayBack] Friday Deploys and other harmful BOFH memes – they need to die in a fire… – Kristian Köhntopp – Google+

Kristian argues that people finding the meme funny should get fired.

I still find it funny. Both in a way that I’m surprised so many BOFH are still there, as well as being happy that on many occasions I’ve helped making this a thing of the past or at least make organisations aware of the deployment risks and how to cope with them.

Do I need to change? Definitely: life is all about learning new things every day and change because of that.

Do I need go get out of a job or a new job? Likely at some point because life is all about change. Hopefully I’ve learned enough by then to find another gig where – in addition to applying my tech skills – I can spread awareness and knowledge. And learn new things. Did I tell about life is all about learning?

Related: [WayBack] by michielrook.nl:

Via: [WayBack] @michieltcs: I deploy on Fridays (and maybe you should too): https://speakerdeck.com/mrook/i-deploy-on-

–jeroen

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In operations, code is not your friend. Make things simple, make them boring …

Posted by jpluimers on 2018/11/21

Painful lesson learned a while ago: In operations, code is not your friend. Make things simple, make them boring and make them obvious, and keep an eye on the configuration complexity cloc… – Kristian Köhntopp – Google+

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GitHub – yandex/gixy: Nginx configuration static analyzer

Posted by jpluimers on 2018/10/26

[WayBack] GitHub – yandex/gixy: Nginx configuration static analyzer

Gixy is a tool to analyze Nginx configuration. The main goal of Gixy is to prevent security misconfiguration and automate flaw detection.

Right now Gixy can find:

You can find things that Gixy is learning to detect at Issues labeled with “new plugin”

This helps you prevent an nginx configuration issue that can server too many static content by using ../ in the web request which got a lot of attention last week, but was in fact already found during 2016 HCTF by Aklis, and presented by Orange Tsai (twitter/github/blog) various times in 2018, including [WayBack] hack.lu 2018.

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Related:

–jeroen

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