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Tracking mentions began in Dec 2020.
How to write terraform in a provider independent way?
4 projects | reddit.com/r/devops | 11 Feb 2021
fog (ruby) https://github.com/fog/fog
Replacing Dropbox in favor of DigitalOcean spaces
2 projects | news.ycombinator.com | 25 Jan 2021
I went down a bit of a rabbit hole of Digital Ocean and their "security" for production workloads.
> Show me any other vps provider that silently provides access to customer A's data to customer B after receiving commands from customer A to destroy their instance and then I'll believe you guys aren't at the very bottom of the "takes security seriously" list.
YC News Discussion: https://news.ycombinator.com/item?id=6983097
> You do not need to scrub or write anything to not provide user A’s data to user B in a multi-tenant environment. Sparse allocation can easily return nulls to a reader even while the underlying block storage still contains the old data. ... On top of all of that, when I pointed out that what they were doing was absolute amateur hour clownshoes, they oscillated between telling me it was a design decision working as intended (and that it was fine for me to publicize it), and that I was an irresponsible discloser by sharing a vulnerability.
> You've got an additional problem though, which is that this tells us you have two support channels: one that doesn't work (i.e. yours, the one you built), and one that does (Twitter-shaming). The first channel represents how you act when no one's watching; the second, how you act when they are. Most people prefer to deal with people for whom those two are the same.
Speaking of randomly locking accounts, the post-mortem kills me:
> The initial account lock and resource power down resulted from an automated service that monitors for cryptocurrency mining activity (Droplet CPU loads and Droplet create behaviors). These signals, coupled with a number of account-level signals (including payment history and current run rate compared to total payments) are used to determine if automated action is warranted to minimize the impact of potential fraudulent high-cpu-loads on other customers.
In other other words, DO will kill your account with a curt email staring simply: "We have reviewed your account and have declined to activate it. No further information or action is required from you." for simply using "too much CPU"! https://pbs.twimg.com/media/D76ocofXoAY_xB5.png
What are some alternatives?
AWS SDK for Ruby - The official AWS SDK for Ruby.
cloudfront-signer - Ruby gem for signing AWS CloudFront private content URLs and streaming paths.
browse-everything - Rails engine providing access to files in cloud storage
apache-libcloud - Apache Libcloud is a Python library which hides differences between different cloud provider APIs and allows you to manage different cloud resources through a unified and easy to use API.
crystal_openfaas - OpenFaaS template for the crystal programming language
gcf.cr - gcf.cr provides serverless execution and deployment of crystal language code in Google Cloud Functions
secrets-env - Extension to the crystal lang ENV module to support reading secrets
cloud_wordpress - Manage multiple wordpress