Month: January 2019

Finding Serverless’ Hidden Costs

Finding Serverless’ Hidden Costs Epsagon sponsored this post. Nitzan Shapira Nitzan is the CEO and a co-founder of Epsagon. He is a software engineer with over 13 years of experience in programming, machine learning, cyber-security and reverse engineering. He also enjoys playing the piano and is a traveling enthusiast, an…
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Pliops to Customize Fast Solid State Storage to AI/ML Workloads

Pliops to Customize Fast Solid State Storage to AI/ML Workloads Machine learning (ML)  and other more advanced software development will require computing power hardware makers are scrambling to deliver — especially ahead of forecasted skyrocketing demand for ML applications. To that end, a group of investors, including chip giant Intel,…
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OpsRamp Brings AIOps to Kubernetes Environments

OpsRamp Brings AIOps to Kubernetes Environments For years now, you’ve heard of DevOps as the way to increase velocity from development to deployment and gain insight into how and where you can improve this process. Now, an infusion of AI into DevOps tools has produced AIOps, offering insight and automation…
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Presto’s New Foundation Signals Growth for the Big Data SQL Engine

Presto’s New Foundation Signals Growth for the Big Data SQL Engine Presto, the open source SQL query engine that touts the ability to tap into data anywhere, now has a foundation. It’s part of an effort to show that the project has truly grown into an international community beyond a…
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IT is Dead. Long Live IT says Nutanix CIO Wendy Pfeiffer

IT is Dead. Long Live IT says Nutanix CIO Wendy Pfeiffer Wendy Pfeiffer routinely lands on the “most powerful women in tech” lists, and is currently chief information officer of Nutanix. The cloud provider lets enterprise companies create a hybrid cloud environment, allowing workloads to be run across public and private…
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Whose Hardware Will Run Analytics, AI and ML Workloads?

Whose Hardware Will Run Analytics, AI and ML Workloads? Where will and AI/ML workloads be executed and who should handle them? The industry-wide rising tide towards the public cloud is not a foregone conclusion, as we were reminded by a Micron-commissioned report by Forrester Consulting that surveyed 200 manage architecture,…
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Realizing DevOps Dreams with Containers and AIOps

Realizing DevOps Dreams with Containers and AIOps On this episode of The New Stack Analysts podcast, TNS founder Alex Williams is joined by Janakiram MSV, a principal analyst with Janakiram & Associates as well as a regular contributor to The New Stack, and Steve Burton, Vice President of Marketing at…
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Machine Learning Is Ready to Help You Avoid Continuous Delivery Errors

Machine Learning Is Ready to Help You Avoid Continuous Delivery Errors Harness sponsored this post. Steve Burton Steve is a CI/CD and DevOps evangelist at Harness.io. Prior to Harness, he was at AppDynamics, Moogsoft and Glassdoor. Steve started his career as a Java developer in 2004 at Sapient. When he’s…
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Machine Learning Is Ready to Help You Avoid Continuous Delivery Errors

Machine Learning Is Ready to Help You Avoid Continuous Delivery Errors Harness sponsored this post. Steve Burton Steve is a CI/CD and DevOps evangelist at Harness.io. Prior to Harness, he was at AppDynamics, Moogsoft and Glassdoor. Steve started his career as a Java developer in 2004 at Sapient. When he’s…
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Automate (Or Else) for Speedy Cloud Deployments

Automate (Or Else) for Speedy Cloud Deployments Dynatrace sponsored this post. Andreas Grabner Andreas is a DevOps Activist at Dynatrace. He has over 20 years of experience as a software developer, tester and architect, and is an advocate for high-performing cloud operations. As a champion of DevOps initiatives, Andreas is…
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0-0x Flutter & Dart for the Native, Cross Platform Mobile App Development

Flutter & Dart for the Native, Cross Platform Mobile App Development Delightful user experience, provided by simple, intuitive, fast, smooth operation in an engaging design, lies at the heart of successful mobile apps. Google’s Flutter SDK, newly released as stable v1.0, is aimed specifically at this target and takes things…
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How Secure Shell Works (SSH) – Computerphile

How Secure Shell Works (SSH) – Computerphile Connecting via SSH to a remote machine is second nature to some, but how does it work? Dr Steve Bagley http://bit.ly/1aX3XdN Tweets by computer_phile This video was filmed and edited by Sean Riley. Computer Science at the University of Nottingham: https://bit.ly/nottscomputer Computerphile is…
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A Day in the Life of a Rancher Engineer

A Day in the Life of a Rancher Engineer What becomes very apparent when speaking with Rajashree Mandaogane, a software engineer for Rancher, is that she loves coding and software development. While whether developers find their work “fun” or not is important and how much the fun factor counts for…
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Ionic 4 + Firebase #9: Edit Profile page

Ionic 4 + Firebase #9: Edit Profile page Let us create functionality for edit profile page in our social media app and see how to allow user to change his/her username and password. GitHub repo (source code): http://bit.ly/2ReLsQy Previous videos: https://www.youtube.com/playlist?list=PLYxzS__5yYQnpK36-GJjm7IEAuHR7IExa Uploadcare docs: http://bit.ly/2W0tFvf

Off-The-Shelf Hacker: Exploring JeVois Vision Sensor Algorithms

Off-The-Shelf Hacker: Exploring JeVois Vision Sensor Algorithms My latest project, Hedley, the robotic skull, has a JeVois smart machine vision sensor in his right eye socket. An ArUco marker on my lapel keeps me centered in his field of view by actuating a pan servo. He also tracks me using…
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A Reality Check about Cloud Native DevOps

A Reality Check about Cloud Native DevOps Semaphore sponsored this post, which has been brought to you by the Semaphore CI/CD platform. Wojtek Cichoń Wojtek is connecting the dots between marketing and customer relations at Semaphore. Professionally, he enjoys working closely with the makers and shakers of modern tech. In his…
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Control: For the User, by the User, of the User

Control: For the User, by the User, of the User LaunchDarkly sponsored this post. Feature Management creates a new kind of feedback loop for product development. We can see how the changes we make affect user behavior and business results. We can analyze behavior data to get a better sense…
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0-0x Running At Light Speed: Cloud Native Security Patterns

Running At Light Speed: Cloud Native Security Patterns No matter how fast you ship software, a good design is critical to security. Cloud native systems are no exception. Containerized microservices running on distributed management and orchestration platforms, bring new challenges to address as well as classic software problems that we’ve…
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ES10 / ES2019 *New* Features!

ES10 / ES2019 *New* Features! Lets go over through some new features shipped in Chrome v72 of ES10/ES2019 ECMAScript standard. ES2019 would be released in mid 2019. Gear up! Music: bensound.com

Timescale Updates Time-Series Database, Enters Multilicense Fray

Timescale Updates Time-Series Database, Enters Multilicense Fray Amid a chorus of opinions about the future of open source licensing, time-series database vendor Timescale has released its latest version with a multilayered licensing model. TimescaleDB 1.2 now comes not only in the open-source project (Apache 2.0) but also with community features…
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