News Category: Enterprise

CNCF to Host Vitess

Today, the Cloud Native Computing Foundation (CNCF) Technical Oversight Committee (TOC) voted to accept Vitess as the 16th hosted project, alongside Kubernetes, Prometheus, OpenTracing, Fluentd, Linkerd, gRPC, CoreDNS, containerd, rkt, CNI, Envoy, Jaeger, Notary, TUF and Rook. Vitess has been...
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Embracing the Cultural Shift that Comes with Secure DevOps

As organizations strive to innovate quickly and be more agile, development teams are driven to deliver code faster and with more stability. Enter DevOps, which Gartner characterizes as the rapid and agile iteration from development into operations, with continuous monitoring and analytics at the...
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Heptio Launches Its Kubernetes ‘Un-Distribution’

Heptio holds a special place in the Kubernetes startup ecosystem. Its co-founders, Craig McLuckie and Joe Beda, are, after all, also two of the co-founders of the Kubernetes project (together with Brendan Burns), which launched inside of Google. Heptio also raised $8.5 million when it launched in...
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5 Agile Myths You Should Avoid

Agile has proven to be a polarizing force to every type of businesses, big or small since a group of software developers proposed it in 2001 in the form of the Agile Manifesto as a reaction to traditional “Waterfall” development, which they found dysfunctional and slow to give results. Agile is...
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Mitigating Known Security Risks in Open Source Libraries

This is an excerpt from Securing Open Source Libraries, by Guy Podjarny. Read the preceding chapter or view the full report. There are several ways to fix vulnerable packages, but upgrading is the best choice. If that is not possible, patching offers a good alternative. The following sections...
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How Programmers Learn to Code

HackerRank recently published the results of its 2018 Developer Skills Report, in which it asked programmers when they started coding. 39,441 professional and student developers completed the online survey from 16 October to 1 November 2016, with over 25% of the developers surveyed writing their...
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Reckoning the Spectre and Meltdown Performance Hit for HPC

While no one has yet created an exploit to take advantage of the Spectre and Meltdown speculative execution vulnerabilities that were exposed by Google six months ago and that were revealed in early January, it is only a matter of time. The patching frenzy has not settled down yet, and a big...
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Your Instant Kubernetes Cluster

This is a condensed and updated version of my previous tutorial Kubernetes in 10 minutes. I've removed just about everything I can so this guide still makes sense. Use it when you want to create a cluster on the cloud or on-premises as fast as possible. 1.0 Pick a host We will be using Ubuntu 16.04...
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Index: A Focus on the Future of Code and Community

One of the most significant challenges developers face is keeping up with the increasingly rapid pace of change in our industry. With each new innovation comes a new crop of vendors and best practices, and staying on top of your game can become a second profession in itself. Cloud, containers, data...
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Q&A on Machine Learning and Kubernetes with David Aronchick of Google from Kubecon 2017

At the recently concluded Kubecon in Austin, TX, attended by over 4000 engineers, Kubernetes was front, left and center. Due to the nature of workloads and typical heavy compute requirements in training algorithms, Machine Learning topics and its synergy with Kubernetes was discussed in many...
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