Top 4 Reasons to Become a DevOps Intern at a Startup

You can intern at huge tech companies like Google or Facebook and get all the benefits of having freshly squeezed orange juice and heated toilet seats, or you can work for a smaller company and get the career-building experience of a lifetime. Here’s the top 4 reasons to start your DevOps career at a startup as an intern.

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Running HAProxy on Docker Containers in Kubernetes

Can we enforce HSTS and ProxyProtocol? How easy is it to route based off of headers and paths, handle redirects, and route both external and internal API calls? Our team has used HAProxy before to do all of these things, and we like how flexible it is while handling very high load and consuming basically no resources.

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How Security & QA Fit into the DevOps Cycle

While security and QA have traditionally been siloed outside of the DevOps loop, or at least relegated to the back of the train, organizations are increasingly reporting integrating each discipline into their big IT picture and seeing positive results.

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Watchdog’s Out-of-the-Box Alerts Notify Lucid Software Engineer of Abnormality His Company’s Paid Enterprise Tools Didn’t Catch Automatically

David Torgerson, staff engineer and head of DevOps at Lucid Software, maker of cloud-based Lucidchart and Lucidpress, was running his usual Jenkinsworkflow like he has hundreds of times before. What he didn’t know was that Watchdog’s powerful, zero-config alerts would notify him of an abnormality that the company’s paid enterprise software had been missing all along.

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