rqlite is a lightweight, open-source, distributed relational database written in Go, with SQLite as its storage engine. Thanks to Katja Lutz there is a new knex.js library available.
Check it out on GitHub.
After reading an interesting paper on Let’s Encrypt, I finally decided to switch this website over to HTTPS. I was really impressed with how smoothly the whole conversion went.
With the help of Certbot from the EFF, it took less than 5 minutes and ran without error. Very impressive!
rqlite is a lightweight, open-source, distributed relational database written in Go, with SQLite as its storage engine. v5.1.0 is now out, and supports scaling reads via newly available read-only nodes.
rqlite is a lightweight, open-source, distributed relational database written in Go, with SQLite as its storage engine. v5.0.0 is now out, and is the first major upgrade in over 2 years.
Continue reading rqlite 5.0.0 released
This is a post following up on my Monitorama Baltimore 2019 talk.
Logging and Monitoring systems — Observability Systems, if you prefer — often seem to struggle to meet the needs of their users.
Continue reading Logging and Monitoring systems are hard to code
rqlite is a lightweight, open-source distributed relational database, with SQLite as its storage engine. v4.6.0 is now out has many new database management features.
You can download the release from GitHub.
It was great to speak at devopsdays in Galway. I really enjoyed bringing my recent Monitorama 2019 talk to my home town.
A video of the talk has now been posted.
I will be joining my colleague from Google, Nathen Harvey, to speak in Galway at devopsdays on November 18th and 19th.
I’m really looking forward to returning to my home town, and bringing my Monitorama Baltimore 2019 talk to the conference.
Monitorama Baltimore 2019 was a great experience, and I really enjoyed the opportunity to speak. I spoke about why Observability and Monitoring sytems struggle to meet their goals, and why they are so hard to build.
The slides and video of the talk are now available.
I have been accepted to talk at Monitorama Baltimore this year. I’ll be speaking about my experience building Observability systems at many different companies, and how might those lessons be applicable to other teams and groups.
Check out the full schedule.