Introduction At the start of October i attended, along with many other SREs, SREcon 2022 EMEA in Amsterdam.
This post is some notes and references from the talks i attended. I suggest watching the actual talks to actually understand and learn from.
Conference Theme SREcon 2022 had a theme of “What could SRE be?”. The Conference committee wanted to encourage a “forward-looking” conversations. This was in the hope to try to help establish a pathway forward for the industry.
FOSDEM took place over 2 days and contained a staggering amount of talks, with over 408 hours of content and 600 speakers and 660 tshirts. All the talks are recorded and can be found on the schedule. Some of the good talks I managed to get to are below. (if the video isn’t uploaded yet sorry they try to get them up as quick as possible)
Can Anyone Live in Full Software Freedom Today?
Why you need to lock versions The Preamble This article was originally written for Redbrick’s admin’s blogs
Redbrick runs a service called HackMD. It is web-based markdown editor. At the start of the year HackMD version one came out and in early February we decided to update it.
Unlike most updates in Redbrick, this isn’t really a big thing as it runs inside Docker container, with its only external dependency being PostgreSQL 9.