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Delivering High-Quality Chef Cookbooks

Delivering High-Quality Chef Cookbooks In the DevOps world, engineers can be much like cowboys in the wild west. And when it comes to testing, they often work to get any fixes out as quickly as possible in order to push their changes into production. As a result, it’s often inevitable…
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NS1 Launches Enterprise Platform for DNS, DHCP and IP Management

NS1 Launches Enterprise Platform for DNS, DHCP and IP Management It can be easy to forget that, when it comes down to it, we’re still just working with all the basics we’ve had for decades. Whether you’re creating dynamic, distributed applications using microservices and Kubernetes, or you’re dealing with vGPUs…
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Getting Started with grep and Regular Expressions

Getting Started with grep and Regular Expressions The command grep is a really simple tool to us to search for text in a file. But the real power comes when we start to add in regular expression meta-characters. Here we look at ^ meaning the text is at the start…
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New Chef Features Focus on ‘Effortless Infrastructure’

New Chef Features Focus on ‘Effortless Infrastructure’ “That will never be us,” General Dynamics’ Brad Shelton said he remembered thinking at ChefConf last year. But even working in a highly regulated security-focused industry, his shop has been able to implement automation to achieve great gains in time to production, he…
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KubeMove: Move Data Across Kubernetes Clusters Without Proprietary Extensions

KubeMove: Move Data Across Kubernetes Clusters Without Proprietary Extensions A new project initiated by the folks behind OpenEBS seeks to provide a code base that would allow Kubernetes users to move data freely across clusters. KubeMove includes a Kubernetes Operator and API. “Users want to simply move data from cluster…
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Primer: The Who, What and Why of Service Mesh

Primer: The Who, What and Why of Service Mesh If you’ve been hearing about service mesh — perhaps you’ve noticed that Istio seems to be everywhere — you might be wondering if you need a service mesh. Here’s a message everyone in-the-know agrees on, from the creator of Envoy, to…
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Surviving Peak Online Traffic Events

Surviving Peak Online Traffic Events Dave Karow Dave has three decades of experience in developer tools, developer communities and evangelizing ways to make software delivery more sustainable. Dave grew up just off-campus from Stanford as Silicon Valley morphed from defense to chips to software and finally internet services. Dave’s front-row…
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Customizing new Windows Terminal

Customizing new Windows Terminal Let’s see how you could customize this new Windows Terminal using its profiles.json file: profile.json: http://bit.ly/2Q13CBi Icons: http://bit.ly/2vQ2jw3 Install New Windows Terminal Today! 😁😎 https://youtu.be/4Rsr0NRHuBY ———— Don’t forget to subscribe and like the video if you enjoyed 🙂 Be a damner, join the coding community: https://codedamn.com

Google Kubernetes Engine Offers Multiple Release Channels, Extends Support to Windows

Google Kubernetes Engine Offers Multiple Release Channels, Extends Support to Windows Seeking to make Google Kubernetes Engine (GKE) more flexible and feature-rich, Google Cloud will let organizations pick the release channels for GKE starting next month, the cloud service revealed during KubeCon + CloudNativeCon at Barcelona. Following a similar system…
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Create a PHP Login Form

Create a PHP Login Form A user login and registration system is super helpful when we want to store information about users of our website. This applies to everything from educational websites which might store course progress and marks to e-commerce website which will store information about customers’ past purchases.…
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Conquering the Cloud Native Conundrum

Conquering the Cloud Native Conundrum Oracle sponsored this post. Cloud native has never been bigger or better — or so it seems. Conferences like KubeCon + CloudNativeCon are doubling in size every year. New projects are being adopted by the Cloud Native Computing Foundation (CNCF) every month. And the how,…
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Conquering the Cloud Native Conundrum

Conquering the Cloud Native Conundrum Oracle sponsored this post. Cloud native has never been bigger or better — or so it seems. Conferences like KubeCon + CloudNativeCon are doubling in size every year. New projects are being adopted by the Cloud Native Computing Foundation (CNCF) every month. And the how,…
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OpenTracing, OpenCensus Merge into a Single New Project, OpenTelemetry

OpenTracing, OpenCensus Merge into a Single New Project, OpenTelemetry Two open source projects that have been instrumental in providing metrics for cloud native operations have merged into a single project. The fusion of Google’s OpenCensus and the Cloud Native Computing Foundation’s OpenTracing will be known as OpenTelemetry, and will be…
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OpenTracing, OpenCensus Merge into a Single New Project, OpenTelemetry

OpenTracing, OpenCensus Merge into a Single New Project, OpenTelemetry Two open source projects that have been instrumental in providing metrics for cloud native operations have merged into a single project. The fusion of Google’s OpenCensus and the Cloud Native Computing Foundation’s OpenTracing will be known as OpenTelemetry, and will be…
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OpenTracing, OpenCensus Merge into a Single New Project, OpenTelemetry

OpenTracing, OpenCensus Merge into a Single New Project, OpenTelemetry Two open source projects that have been instrumental in providing metrics for cloud native operations have merged into a single project. The fusion of Google’s OpenCensus and the Cloud Native Computing Foundation’s OpenTracing will be known as OpenTelemetry, and will be…
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OpenTracing, OpenCensus Merge into a Single New Project, OpenTelemetry

OpenTracing, OpenCensus Merge into a Single New Project, OpenTelemetry Two open source projects that have been instrumental in providing metrics for cloud native operations have merged into a single project. The fusion of Google’s OpenCensus and the Cloud Native Computing Foundation’s OpenTracing will be known as OpenTelemetry, and will be…
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OpenTracing, OpenCensus Merge into a Single New Project, OpenTelemetry

OpenTracing, OpenCensus Merge into a Single New Project, OpenTelemetry Two open source projects that have been instrumental in providing metrics for cloud native operations have merged into a single project. The fusion of Google’s OpenCensus and the Cloud Native Computing Foundation’s OpenTracing will be known as OpenTelemetry, and will be…
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WordPress Co-Founder Mike Little on the Importance of Open Source

WordPress Co-Founder Mike Little on the Importance of Open Source At the end of 2002, b2/cafelog, or simply B2, an open source web news and blogging tool, which generated pages dynamically from the contents of its MySQL database, was abandoned by its creator. Early 2003, Matt Mullenweg posted a couple…
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Create Beautiful Forms With PHP Form Builder

Create Beautiful Forms With PHP Form Builder If you are a PHP developer, creating forms, validating form submissions, and managing PHP sessions are probably tasks that are part and parcel of your job. All these tasks, although rather repetitive, require lots of time and attention, especially if you care about…
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Create Beautiful Forms With PHP Form Builder

Create Beautiful Forms With PHP Form Builder If you are a PHP developer, creating forms, validating form submissions, and managing PHP sessions are probably tasks that are part and parcel of your job. All these tasks, although rather repetitive, require lots of time and attention, especially if you care about…
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