It’s time to officially unveil our Cumulus content roundup- February edition! In case you missed any of the content from the last month we, naturally, have you covered with links to it all below. Dig into the latest and greatest resources and news including two great podcasts that we recommend you queue up and listen to during your commute.

From Cumulus Networks:

How to make CI/CD with containers viable in production: Software-defined infrastructure is no longer a nice to have. It’s an absolute must using modern development approaches, such as CI/CD, containers, etc.

BGP: What is it, how can it break, and can Linux BGP fix it?: Border Gateway Protocol is one of the most important protocols on the internet. Linux BGP allows for in-depth monitoring and alerting. This blog provides a brief explanation of what BGP is and then dives into some of the common protocol issues and pitfalls.

Upgrade Scripts: Upgrades don’t have to be painful. We discuss the upgrade process and leave you with some example automation to make the process as efficient as possible.

Kernel of Truth season 2 episode 2- The future of the Linux Kernel: Curious about what’s coming down the line in regards to the Linux Kernel? We brought together experts to let you in on its future in season 2 episode 2.

Best Workplaces in the Bay Area 2019: Cumulus Networks came in at #6 in best workplaces in the Bay Area 2019 by Fortune via Great Place to Work.

News from the web:

The Open Compute Project is quickly gaining ground: Networkworld shares more about how the hyperscale-optimized data center gear is expected to top $10 billion in sales in three years.

World Wide Technology Teams Up with Red Hat to Accelerate Service Provider Time to Revenue: Read what others, including our own JR Rivers, are saying about the solution.