Category: Tech

Achieving Full Stack Automation Through Kubernetes

Achieving Full Stack Automation Through Kubernetes Anil Kumar Anil Kumar is the Director of Product Management at Couchbase. Anil’s career spans more than 15+ years building software products across various domains including enterprise software, mobile services, and voice and video services. He is a hands-on product leader responsible for Couchbase…
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The Etcd Database Joins the Cloud Native Computing Foundation

The Etcd Database Joins the Cloud Native Computing Foundation The distributed key-value database powering every single Kubernetes cluster in the world has joined Kubernetes in being an open source project managed by the Cloud Native Computing Foundation (CNCF). Under the CNCF, etcd will get true vendor-neutral freedom, as well as…
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3 Cloud Native Challenges to Address Now: Culture, Code and Cloud

3 Cloud Native Challenges to Address Now: Culture, Code and Cloud This post is the first in a series sponsored by Oracle to outline the top cloud native challenges and how best to address them. More than a decade after the launch of the first big cloud services, we’re now…
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How to Sort Arrays in PHP

How to Sort Arrays in PHP It is always easier to grab a specific piece of information from sorted data, otherwise you have to go through each element of the array one at a time. For example, lets say you have stored the score of different students in a class in…
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VMware Extends Istio into the ‘NSX Service Mesh’ for Microservices

VMware Extends Istio into the ‘NSX Service Mesh’ for Microservices Using the open source Istio as a foundation, VMware has introduced the VMware NSX Service Mesh to provide application-level visibility, control, and security for enterprise-grade microservices, all managed through a developer-friendly application interface (API). The software is integrated with VMware’s flagship cloud-networking…
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Twistlock Enhances Visibility into Multicloud, Istio, Kubernetes

Twistlock Enhances Visibility into Multicloud, Istio, Kubernetes Cloud Discovery, an open source tool that cloud native security vendor Twistlock released a few weeks ago, is just one of the new features in its latest security platform release, version 18.11. “As people start adopting all these cloud-native services — containers, serverless…
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Comparing the 5 Best PHP Form Builders

Comparing the 5 Best PHP Form Builders If you’re developer using PHP to build a website for yourself or a client, chances are at some point you’ll need to add a form to the site. The most common forms on the average website are contact forms. They enable visitors to…
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Comparing PHP Database Abstraction Layers and CRUD Plugins

Comparing PHP Database Abstraction Layers and CRUD Plugins In this article, we’re going to look at different database abstraction layers for PHP. We’ll also look at a couple of PHP CRUD database plugins that could make your life easier when interacting with a MySQL database. What Is a Database Abstraction…
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Is Salesforce Really Talking about a ‘DevOps Transition?’

Is Salesforce Really Talking about a ‘DevOps Transition?’ The concept of business transition is so synonymous with Salesforce that a Google search for both phrases will automatically omit one phrase as being superfluous. So it will come as an absolute shock to perhaps several of our readers that Salesforce finds…
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OpenStack Cloud for Kubernetes on Open Source Private and Public Clouds

OpenStack Cloud for Kubernetes on Open Source Private and Public Clouds The OpenStack Foundation sponsored this post. Chris Hoge Chris is a strategic program manager for the OpenStack Foundation. He works on collaborations between OpenStack and container development communities, including Airship, Kata Containers and Kubernetes. He also administers the trademark program…
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Open Source’s Evolution in Cloud Native DevOps

Open Source’s Evolution in Cloud Native DevOps CloudBees sponsored this story, as part of an ongoing series on “Cloud Native DevOps.” Please check back on this site for future posts. Open source tools continue to serve as the underlying cornerstone of cloud native DevOps patterns and practices — while they…
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New Course: How to Use Custom Post Types in WordPress

New Course: How to Use Custom Post Types in WordPress Custom post types allow you to extend WordPress’s default post with data that is useful for your own website. Learn how to use them in our new short course, How to Use Custom Post Types in WordPress. What You’ll Learn…
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The Wedding and the 3D Printer

The Wedding and the 3D Printer New open source technologies continue to change our world in unexpected ways. So maybe it was inevitable that they would eventually find its way into one of our society’s most personal of rituals — and one of its most expensive: the wedding ceremony. Erin Winick,…
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TNS Context: KubeCon Preview and Kubernetes Custom Controllers

TNS Context: KubeCon Preview and Kubernetes Custom Controllers Welcome to The New Stack Context, a podcast that takes a look at the week’s most pertinent news for the at-scale development and deployment community. This week we’re talking with Joel Speed, a cloud infrastructure engineer at Pusher who’s been helping build…
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Code n00b: What’s REALLY on Developer Wish Lists this Year

Code n00b: What’s REALLY on Developer Wish Lists this Year Tis the season. Instead of the usual “gifts for the programmer in your life” top ten list, though, let’s talk about what developers really wish for. Gifts that truly keep on giving all year long. 1. Automation Yes, it’s a stereotype,…
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Why Monitoring Can Save Microservices

Why Monitoring Can Save Microservices Raygun sponsored this post. Eric Goebelbecker Eric is a Raygun writer that has worked in the financial markets in New York City for 25 years, developing infrastructure for market data and financial information exchange (FIX) protocol networks. He loves to talk about what makes teams…
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How Firecracker Is Going to Set Modern Infrastructure on Fire

How Firecracker Is Going to Set Modern Infrastructure on Fire One of the most exciting announcements from last week’s AWS re:Invent was Firecracker — an open source project that delivers the speed of containers with the security of VMs. It’s the same technology that Amazon uses for AWS Lambda and…
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Multiple Processor Systems – Computerphile

Multiple Processor Systems – Computerphile Just what does it mean to have a multi-processor system? Dr Steve Bagley on symmetric and assymmetric multi-processor systems. https://ift.tt/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 a sister project…
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FoundationDB: A Reliable Key-Value Store with ACID Compliance

FoundationDB: A Reliable Key-Value Store with ACID Compliance KubeCon + CloudNativeCon sponsored this podcast. The open source FoundationDB data store “falls in the genre of key-value stores or key-value databases so to speak,” said Snowflake Computing‘s Ashish Motivala. “And of the differences between FoundationDB and the plethora of other databases value stores…
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Google, Facebook, Uber Join Linux Foundation’s OpenChain Project

Google, Facebook, Uber Join Linux Foundation’s OpenChain Project Google, Facebook and Uber are joining the Linux Foundation’s OpenChain open source licensing project, taking their place 13 other companies, including GitHub, Adobe, Cisco, Comcast and others, the foundation announced at the Open Compliance Summit in Yokohama, Japan, this week. As platinum members, the companies…
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