A cloud provider centric note, with Microsoft finally releasing managed MySQL and PostgreSQL as well as open sourcing their service fabric, Amazon ECS gaining service discovery, and GCP extending the usefulness of their Cloud Shell.
Let's Encrypt has wildcard certificates, and Google Cloud Platform released both Skaffold and a new interactive CLI.
Android P is in preview and Kubernetes becomes the first project to graduate the CNCF.
New reflection attacks using Memcached, Learning with Google AI, and the introduction of vgo.
The Pwned Passwords database has been updated with a very nice API and AWS has released their Serverless Application Repository.
Go 1.10 with build and test caching, running Windows and Linux Docker containers side-by-side with LCOW.
AWS released an update to ECS auto scaling, Google Cloud Platform wrote an interesting article about user accounts, and I became a Cloud Warrior.
Kubernetes arrives in Docker for Windows, Red Hat acquires CoreOS, and Nintendo revealed details about Switch Online.
Mostly following up on older things this week; with more Meltdown and Spectre, Amazon Go, and smart speakers.
Go has finally arrived in Lambda, Autoscaling in AWS gets unified, and GCP introduces Cloud AutoML for easier machine learning.
Google Pay is Google's new payment solution. There's an initial X-Ray SDK for Ruby and Kubernetes is available in Docker for Mac.
There can't be any doubt about what the biggest news in tech was, so I'll join in on discussing Meltdown and Spectre.
Looking back at this site in 2017 and giving an idea of what's to come in 2018.
Windows is gaining useful CLI tools while Apple messed up with the batteries in their iPhones.
Kubecon, the annual Kubernetes conference was held and some interesting new and improved tools were announced and/or released during that period.