A subscriber sent me an email saying that last week’s newsletter should have been our DNS edition, #53. Using that logic, this should be our XNS (#54) edition (or MuSka52 trojan if you’re a black hat).

It saddens me to share that AWS has decided to retire the AWS Documentation on GitHub. It was a good idea in principle, but never really accomplish the result we were hoping for. That said, you will still be able to provide feedback by giving a “thumbs up” or “thumbs down” on each page. You can read more about the decision in Jeff Barr’s post Retiring the AWS Documentation on GitHub . In other news, we recently added a section to the EKS best practices guides on cluster upgrades. This should be welcome news for folks who are still on an older release of EKS and who are struggling with where to begin. We also published a Containers from the Couch episode on VPC Lattice , a new [sidecar-less] way of routing and shaping traffic between different services. Also featured this week is a project for managing Kubernetes addons called Sveltos (agile in Greek), and devpod, an open source project from Loft.sh for running IDEs like VS Code.

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