Open Source Insights is an experimental service by Google to better understand the dependencies of open-source software packages. Currently, supported are Cargo (Rust), Go's module system, Maven (Java), and npm (Node.js).
»The goal of OSV is to provide precise data on where a vulnerability was introduced and where it got fixed, thereby helping consumers of open source software accurately identify if they are impacted and then make security fixes as quickly as possible.«
Five days ago, the internet had a conniption. In broad patches around the globe, YouTube sputtered. Shopify stores shut down. Snapchat blinked out. And millions of people couldn’t access their Gmail accounts. The disruptions all stemmed from Google Cloud, which suffered a prolonged outage—which also prevented Google engineers from pushing a fix.
This article builds upon Vivek Rau’s chapter “Eliminating Toil” in Site Reliability Engineering: How Google Runs Production Systems . We begin by recapping Vivek’s definition of toil and Google’s approach to balancing operational work with engineering project work.  B. Beyer, C. Jones, J. Petoff, and N. Murphy, eds., Site Reli- ability Engineering (O’Reilly Media, 2016).