Category: Tech

Two Transitions Make ‘Cloud Native DevOps’ a Challenge

Two Transitions Make ‘Cloud Native DevOps’ a Challenge  DevOps, as any successful practitioner will tell you, involves deciding which processes in your organization are worth standardizing, and bringing software developers and IT operators together to work to automate them. When a company is making a strategic effort to shift…
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Off-The-Shelf Hacker: Adding MQTT and Cron to the Lawn Sprinkler Project

Off-The-Shelf Hacker: Adding MQTT and Cron to the Lawn Sprinkler Project This week we’ll continue our journey on building an automated sprinkler system. The project highlights key design and implementation concepts that off-the-shelf hackers will face in the systems they build. While we could just program on/off times for each…
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KubeCon+CloudNativeCon Sparks Growing Kubernetes Use in China

KubeCon+CloudNativeCon Sparks Growing Kubernetes Use in China One of the Cloud Native Computing Foundation’s goals in hosting KubeCon + CloudNativeCon in China was to build individual contributor community engagement. China’s end-user market has shown promising growth, from Huawei’s founding Platinum CNCF partnership in 2015 to the more than 30 Chinese…
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The Case for Data-Driven Open Source Development

The Case for Data-Driven Open Source Development Eiso Kant Eiso Kant is the CEO and co-founder of source{d} where he considers himself very privileged to work alongside an incredible team. Together they are focused on bringing Code As Data and Machine Learning on Code to developers and engineering leaders. Every…
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Solving Kubernetes Configuration Woes with a Custom Controller

Solving Kubernetes Configuration Woes with a Custom Controller Joel Speed Joel is a Cloud Infrastructure Engineer at Pusher, working on building their internal Kubernetes platform. He has been working in DevOps for over four years. Recently he has been focusing on projects to extend Kubernetes, building admission and custom resource…
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Portworx CTO Gou Rao: PX 2.0 Followed the ‘Big Shift’ to the Cloud

Portworx CTO Gou Rao: PX 2.0 Followed the ‘Big Shift’ to the Cloud Portworx sponsored this podcast. It is certainly well known how Kubernetes and microservices can offer organizations unapparelled opportunities in agility, speed to deployment, resource savings and other advantages — but harnessing this power can be a difficult,…
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Portworx PX-Enterprise 2.0: The Missing Piece of the Hybrid Cloud

Portworx PX-Enterprise 2.0: The Missing Piece of the Hybrid Cloud Portworx, a leading provider of storage solutions for the cloud has just released PX-Enterprise 2.0, a major update to their cloud native storage platform. Let’s look at what drives this development and what it means for organizations looking to adopt…
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Portworx: Multicloud Now a Chief Driver for Containers

Portworx: Multicloud Now a Chief Driver for Containers Running applications across multiple cloud is quickly becoming the chief driver for container usage, supplanting benefits previously touted, such as developer efficiency and support for microservices. In the latest edition of its Annual Container Adoption Survey, Portworx surveyed 424 container users, up from…
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Critical Vulnerability Allows Kubernetes Node Hacking

Critical Vulnerability Allows Kubernetes Node Hacking Kubernetes has received fixes for one of the most serious vulnerabilities ever found in the project to date. If left unpatched, the flaw could allow attackers to take over entire compute nodes. “With a specially crafted request, users that are allowed to establish a…
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Microsoft CNAB Simplifies Container Deployment to Distributed Applications

Microsoft CNAB Simplifies Container Deployment to Distributed Applications One of the reasons that containers have become so popular is the ease of deployment, but today’s distributed applications aren’t restricted to a single runtime or a single cloud provider. If you’re using a cloud database service and serverless functions in your…
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MapReduce – Computerphile

MapReduce – Computerphile Peforming operations in parallel on big data. Rebecca Tickle explains MapReduce. 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 to Brady Haran’s Numberphile. More at https://ift.tt/XN5xXz

Object-Oriented PHP With Classes and Objects

Object-Oriented PHP With Classes and Objects In this article, we’re going to explore the basics of object-oriented programming in PHP. We’ll start with an introduction to classes and objects, and we’ll discuss a couple of advanced concepts like inheritance and polymorphism in the latter half of this article. What Is…
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Kubernetes Team Pushes Toward Shorter Release Cycles With 1.13 Release

Kubernetes Team Pushes Toward Shorter Release Cycles With 1.13 Release Version 1.13 of Kubernetes is out, and it pushes three features into general availability after a lengthy wait, alongside a number of other notable features entering stable and beta. Going forward, the project promises of faster release cycles and greater branch…
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OpenStack Swift Storage Management from the CLI

OpenStack Swift Storage Management from the CLI Learn to master Swift Storage in OpenStack now. You will see the hierarchy of accounts, containers and objects. The basic structure and use of the swift command. Although we can use the horizon Wen Dashboard the CLI is convenient for the demos. As…
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Two Thought Leaders on Open Source Past, Present and Future

Two Thought Leaders on Open Source Past, Present and Future  Open source software has taken new and exciting directions since the early days when collaboration and sharing source code was first introduced a few decades ago. Whether or not the original spirit of the free software movement has been…
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Q&A Rain Capital’s Chenxi Wang on ‘DevSecOps’

Q&A Rain Capital’s Chenxi Wang on ‘DevSecOps’ CloudBees sponsored this story, as part of an ongoing series on “Cloud Native DevOps.” Check back through the month on further editions. Turning your IT shop into a DevOps shop is the way to go if you are in a  competitive industry based…
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Is Istio the Most Next-Gen, Next-Gen Firewall Ever?

Is Istio the Most Next-Gen, Next-Gen Firewall Ever? Twistlock sponsored this post. The concept of microsegmentation and isolation is a fundamental network security best practice few would argue with. Microsegmentation helps reduce risk by containing potential compromise and reducing its “blast radius.” If done well, it makes it more difficult for…
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New Short Course on File Handling in PHP

New Short Course on File Handling in PHP If you want to learn the ins and outs of file handling for PHP, try our new course, Practice PHP and Learn: File Handling. In just under an hour of video instruction, you’ll master all the important aspects of reading, writing, creating…
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Best Practices for ARIA Implementation

Best Practices for ARIA Implementation Today, to mark the International Day of Disabled Persons, we are highlighting accessibility here at Envato Tuts+. ARIA is an important feature that web developers can use to help make their sites more accessible. In previous pieces, we talked about how you can implement ARIA, whether you’re…
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Best Practices for ARIA Implementation

Best Practices for ARIA Implementation Today, to mark the International Day of Disabled Persons, we are highlighting accessibility here at Envato Tuts+. ARIA is an important feature that web developers can use to help make their sites more accessible. In previous pieces, we talked about how you can implement ARIA, whether you’re…
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