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This is What System Administration in the Open Looks Like

What if you treated all of the configuration files and scripts which set up and control your infrastructure like an open source project in their own right? What if you put the code out there for review and allowed developers and operators to work in tandem to ensure a smooth...

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The Shellshock FAQ: Here's What You Need to Know

Am I vulnerable? How serious are the attacks? The answers to these and many other Shellshock questions are here for you.

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Through Microservices, a Renewed Push for Simplicity and IT Minimalism

Guerrilla SOA redux? PwC consultants recommend lighter, simpler, faster services to keep up with business demands.

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Bringing Together a Disconnected Team

How do you connect remote workers together for better culture?

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The Internet Is Broken, and Shellshock Is Just the Start of Our Woes

The year was 1987, and as Fox drove cross-country to his new home, the tapes held a software program called Bash, a tool for the UNIX operating system he had written and tagged with a license that let anyone use the code and even redistribute it to others.

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Improved Patch Tackles New Shellshock Bash Bug Attack Vectors

System administrators who spent last week making sure their computers are patched against Shellshock, a critical vulnerability in the Bash Unix command-line interpreter, will have to install a new patch that addresses additional attack vectors.

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